25 St. Regis Road, Akwesasne
24 hours per day / 7 days per week
An inpatient addiction program for Native American Indians.
Mission: To provide a health, caring and safe environment for native men and women who suffer from alcohol and drug addiction through self-empowerment, traditional teachings, utilizing a non-judgmental team approach.
A journey of hope, healing and wellness. Holistic, spiritually focused and trauma-informed.
The Partridge House is the only Native American inpatients program licensed through the Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS), equipped to address how addiction impacts native communities within and outside New York State. The fifty six day program provides a safe environment for adult women and men to examine the roots of addiction and their personal growth in early recovery. The staff includes certified alcohol and substance abuse counselors who guide each participant in the healing process through educational lectures, individual counseling, and group psychotherapy. The Partridge House program provides gender-specific groups and a weekly Family education group open to the community. In addition, each participant is introduced to the foundation of 12-Step recovery and develops new coping to prepare for life daily stressors without resorting back to active addiction and self-destructive behaviors. Most importantly, each participant is guided through and eight week curriculum that addressed self discovery through traditional teachings and spiritual ceremonies. All interested individuals are encouraged to contact the SRMT Outpatient Program for a referral.