Lexington Center for Recovery New Rochelle Clinic Relocates, Expands

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Lexington Center for Recovery (LCR), one of the leading providers of alcohol and substance abuse treatment in the Hudson Valley, today announced that its New Rochelle clinic has moved. The move also marks a clinic expansion, which includes the relocation of the agency's Generations program, an outpatient day treatment program specifically designed to treat alcohol and substance abusing women who are pregnant or post-partum and their families, including their children up to four years of age. Case management services are designed to help families access entitlements and reduce the probability of foster care placement.

Lexington Center for Recovery (LCR), one of the leading providers of alcohol and substance abuse treatment in New York's Hudson Valley, today announced that its New Rochelle clinic has moved.

The move also marks a clinic expansion, which includes the relocation of the agency's Generations program, an outpatient day treatment program specifically designed to treat alcohol and substance abusing women who are pregnant or post-partum and their families, including their children up to four years of age. Case management services are designed to help families access entitlements and reduce the probability of foster care placement.

LCR's clinic staff now occupies 9,000-square-feet at 3 Cottage Place, which was newly built to suit. Its previous clinic measured nearly 7,700-square-feet. Joseph P. Day Realty Company owns the building, which is also home to a governmental agency. NAI Friedland Realty brokered the deal.

Clinic services, which are geared toward anyone in the community affected by alcohol and/or drug abuse, include comprehensive assessments; group and individual counseling; evening intensive treatment; day rehabilitation; educational group services for Latino clients; adolescent and intensive clinic services; and vocational services. Psychiatric services are provided as needed. Additional services include meditation; nutritional and health education and counseling; and daily meals.

"We hope that this expansion will further educate the community about the dangers and risks associated with alcohol and substance use," said Adrienne Marcus, Ph.D., executive director of Lexington Center for Recovery. "We encourage all individuals and families in the community to call on us for help in seeking a course for successful recovery."

Also on the calendar is LCR's Second Annual Fundraiser, Arts & Edibles in Memory of Jonathan D. Pfeffer, which will take place on September 13, 2009. For additional information about the event or about Lexington Center for Recovery, call 914.666.0191 or visit http://www.lexingtonctr.org.

LCR's Westchester County clinics and programs are located in Mount Kisco, NY; New Rochelle, NY; Yonkers, NY; White Plains, NY; and Peekskill, NY. The agency's Dutchess County clinics are located in Poughkeepsie and Beacon, NY. Rockland County treatment facilities are located in Airmont and Haverstraw, NY.

About LCR:

Lexington Center for Recovery is one of the largest providers of alcohol and substance abuse treatment in the Hudson Valley. It has treated more than 60,000 people in its 27-year history and has distinct programs throughout Westchester, Dutchess and Rockland counties. A vital community resource, LCR eliminates barriers to entry and success in an alcohol and substance abuse recovery program by providing support services to clients and their families. Its innovative programs are affordable and aimed at different needs and ages. LCR is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.

Contact:

Lauren B. Kaufman
Lexington Center for Recovery
914.666.0066
http://www.lexingtonctr.org

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