Elmcor has a comprehensive drug rehabilitation program which is comprised of 24hour Residential, Outpatient and Prevention programs.
We have a capacity for 51 residential clients; 36 males and 15 females. We render comprehensive clinical services which include but are not limited to, individual counseling, group counseling, gender specific groups, family counseling, vocational training, health education, relapse prevention, mental health evaluations and psychopharmacology. We also work closely with the courts, legal systems, ACS, and HRA. The criteria for admission in Residential is a recent PPD (within the last 12 months), psychosocial (if available), Identification ( i.e.; birth certificate -non driver’s ID can be used in lieu of birth certificate- proof of citizenship, social security card, ) and of course be clinically appropriate for this level of care.
We have an intensive and non intensive tract in our Outpatient program. Individuals in the non intensive tract attend 2-3 times weekly and those in the intensive tract attend 4 days weekly. We accommodate the working clients with evening services and we have a special tract for Spanish speaking clients. We service clients referred for DWI/DWUI (driving while intoxicated/ driving under while under the influence) offenses. We service many undocumented clients as well. The same clinical services (individual, group, family counseling, prevention relapse, etc., etc.) are afforded to Outpatient clients.
We offer Anger Management groups for all of our programs and we have a Family Re-Unification group for the families of both Residential and Outpatient programs.
The Prevention program primarily services adolescents and young adults. We have a GED program on site, computer training, counseling; we go out to schools, community events, police stations, correctional facilities; we address gang issues by way of counseling and professional presentations made available by the Police Dept. In this program we also service those individuals who have been incarcerated for long periods of time and need help reintegrating back into the community.
Lianna Lee is the Director of Rehabilitation and has worked in the field of social services for well over thirty years. In addition to being a Licensed Master Social Worker, Ms. Lee is also a Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at York College.