This program is an OASAS licensed and funded residential drug treatment facility that provides substance abuse treatment to 384 men and women. A resident's treatment ranges between 6 to 12 months and follows a highly structured program that emphasizes personal accountability. Starhill's multidisciplinary staff also assists clients in developing solutions to challenges beyond substance abuse-such as co-occurring disorders, pregnancy, legal and/or medical issues, and vocational direction and skills.
- relapse prevention
- drug & alcohol education
- smoking cessation and relapse prevention
Vocational & Educational
- New York City board of education teacher
- remedial education
- GED preparation
- vocational assessment and referrals
- work readiness training
Medical & Health Care
- HIV/AIDS prevention education
- on-site primary care
- prenatal and pregnancy care
Social & Psychological
- individual and group counseling
- parenting skills workshops
- on-site medical and psychiatric care
- treatment for co-occurring disorders (MICA), including medication monitoring
- specialized women's treatment
- specialized treatment: anger management, trauma, mental health and education, and bereavement counseling
Let’s Get Organized is a program to teach time-management skills to Starhill residents who have cognitive deficits. Developed by Suzanne White, Occupational Therapist, this project is also a pilot to begin the process of having Let’s Get Organized recognized as an evidence-based practice.
Project Choices is an initiative located at Starhill that provides screening and individual counseling on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder to women of child-bearing age and offers training on FASD to all Palladia programs.
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) provides case management services to TANF eligible clients who are enrolled in Starhill or Out-patient and are seeking to re-unite with their children.
PMI/ATI is located at Starhill, Esperanza, and PTP and funded by the New York City Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator (OCJC). This alternative to incarceration program offers residential substance abuse treatment to male felony offenders in the Bronx and Manhattan courts, emphasizing court recruitment to be followed by enhanced residential substance abuse treatment and case management services
PVRC, located at our Starhill, Esperanza and Dreitzer Women and Children sites, is funded by the NYS Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives. This new initiative serves substance abusing men and women who are on probation. As part of this initiative, the participants receive a specially developed cognitive-behavioral based treatment entitled "Thinking For A Change."
- individual must be eighteen (18) years of age or older.
- individual must have a primary diagnosis of addiction.
- individual must legally reside in the u.s. and be a New York City resident.
- individual must agree to actively participate in the residential drug free program to which he or she is assigned. Specifically, he or she must attend individual and group therapy sessions, participate in vocational and/or educational sessions as needed, and perform job tasks equivalent with experience, education and/or ability.
- individual must provide two (2) forms of identification.
No client shall be admitted who has an adult (18 years or older) history of arson.