Hudson Health Services

Hudson Health Services

Hudson Health Services
Hudson Health Services
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Serving The Mid-Atlantic Region For The Past 37 Years

Accredited by The Joint Commission, Hudson Health Services, Inc. is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been treating individuals with Substance-Use Disorders since 1980. We are a variable length of stay program that uses a multi-disciplinary, evidence based approach to educate patients about the Disease of Addiction and the tools necessary to establish and maintain sobriety.

At Hudson Health Services, we offer several levels of care to meet your needs. We consider each individual’s situation and life circumstances before a personalized treatment plan is introduced and implemented. We address every aspect of your recovery so that you can focus on healing.

Levels of Care:
Withdrawal Management
Short Term Residential Treatment
ASAM Levels 3.7WM, 3.7, 3.5, and 3.3
Low Intensity Residential (Halfway House)
ASAM Level 3.1
Partial Hospitalization
ASAM Level 2.5
Recovery Housing

Services Offered:
7 days a week • Individualized Treatment Planning
• Comprehensive Psycho-Social Assessment • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy • Group Counseling • Individual Counseling • Psycho-Educational Groups • Relapse Prevention • Motivational Interviewing • Vocational Counseling • Family Involvement Encouraged • Peer Support Services • Therapeutic Drumming • Yoga • Recovery Support Groups, including NA, AA, SMART Recovery, and Celebrate Recovery

Category: Healthcare, Behavorial & Mental Health,Health & Wellness
Our mission is to provide the tools of recovery to those who have been affected by the disease of Addiction. To this end, we offer an evidence-based treatment model in conjunction with other complementary therapies that help our patients learn ways to live drug and alcohol-free lives and build resiliency.

The decision to end the destructive cycle of drug and alcohol abuse is a very personal one, and can often put just as much strain on the family as it does on the individual seeking help. It is imperative that the family support their loved one in a respectful, non-judgmental manner, and that they acknowledge that many of the behaviors that have caused so much pain in their lives are the result of the Disease of Addiction, and its unrelenting desire to protect its very existence.
I had a great experience Elena and Wes was awesome I remain sober and Hudson changed my life I'm grateful
- M. cole, Facebook