How To Deal With Addiction When You’re In A Blue Collar Career

How To Deal With Addiction When You’re In A Blue Collar Career

The affliction of addiction and all its forms is one of the most difficult conditions to overcome in anyone’s lifetime, and its impact is felt equally regardless of what walks of life, careers, employment, race or status you might carry. LICR is an inpatient addiction...
Why Is Fentanyl So Dangerous

Why Is Fentanyl So Dangerous

Fentanyl Has Quickly Become One Of The Most Dangerously Abused Drugs In America, But Why Is It So Dangerous?  The opioid epidemic across our country has impacted all of our lives in one or another, but one drug has presented itself as a growing concern. Fentanyl is...
Addiction In Women

Addiction In Women

Addiction In Women and How To Create Hope ForThose Afflicted Addiction is a life threatening challenge faced by all of those it afflicts, but addiction in women presents a unique challenge which we will examine further today. LICR will review the added factors women...
What Is Suboxone Used For?

What Is Suboxone Used For?

LICR’s Medication Assisted Treatment Series: What Is Suboxone Used For? Suboxone has quickly established itself as the preferred medication assisted treatment (MAT) of opioid addiction, which is also known as (MOUD). (MOUD), or Medications for opioid use disorder such...
Inpatient vs. Outpatient Rehab

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Rehab

So you may have asked yourself, “What’s the difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab? Is one better than the other? Where do I even begin?” Well, let us first congratulate you on taking the time to research these addiction treatment options. The process to...
COVID-19 Protocols

COVID-19 Protocols

COVID-19 UPDATE As we navigate the new and evolving social health issues and requirements, we remain open and are accepting admissions. With guidelines in place to ensure the safety of our residents and staff, both of our male and female units are open. LICR has made...
Kevin Moore Scholarship Fund

Kevin Moore Scholarship Fund

In Loving Memory of Kevin It is with much sadness that we share with you the news of Kevin Moore passing away….. Our heart goes out to his family and we send our prayers of Peace and Comfort to his family and loved ones. Kevin was a man full of happiness and cheer. He...
COVID-19 Protocols

Re-Opening and COVID-19 Protocols

First of all, I just want to THANK YOU for your patience, as we navigate this new and evolving territory.  We are looking forward to re-opening on April 30th, with a very slow and methodical admission process, in order to maintain safety for us all. Hopefully, this...
Covid-19 Update 2

Covid-19 Update 2

Due to the recent spread of COVID-19 in Suffolk County, we have decided to be proactive and close the facility for 2 weeks, starting April 11th, reopening April 30th. During that time, all staff will self-quarantine, while we do a full cleaning of the facility. The...
Covid-19 Update 2

Regarding COVID-19

A Message from Long Island Center for Recovery Regarding COVID-19 We want to let the public know that we are taking the appropriate measures to ensure the health and safety of our staff, our community, our patients, and their families. As COVID-19 has reached pandemic...