Palladia offers residential and inpatient care for adults struggling with chemical dependency. Palladia’s substance abuse services are offered in both licensed intensive residential settings and in licensed community residences.
Palladia is a provider of court-mandated residential treatment as an alternative to incarceration for individuals involved with the criminal justice system and has assumed a leadership role in developing programming for men and women with a co-occurrence of mental illness and substance abuse.
Admission to all Residential treatment programs is through Palladia Admissions:
1616 Grand Avenue, Bronx NY 10453.
Tel: (718) 294-4184
Fax: (718) 294-5189
Clients to all Palladia treatment programs must be eighteen (18) years of age or older; have a primary diagnosis of addiction and must legally reside in the U. S. and be a New York City resident. Two forms of identification must be provided. In addition each program may have additional admission criteria.
1600 Macombs Road
Bronx, New York 10452
Starhill is an intensive residential program licensed by NYS OASAS to provide treatment services to adult men and women in four separate Modified Therapeutic Community Programs contained within one site.
- Third Avenue Residence
1806 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10029
Opening Fall 2012, the Third Avenue is a community residence licensed by NYS OASAS which provides services to adult male clients. Clients accepted to this facility will be individuals at a phase in their substance abuse treatment where they can receive services at Palladia’s licensed 822 outpatient program (CTI-Harlem) or with another appropriate provider. The length of treatment will be consistent with the community residence model.
170 East 107th Street
New York, NY 10029
Esperanza is a community residence licensed by NYS OASASfor men providing short term case management and substance abuse services. Length of treatment is subject to the needs of each individual, but averages 6 to 9 months.