Independent Living, Inc.’s Recovery Center

Location – 263 Route 17K, Newburgh, NY 12550

Do you need Narcan? We have free Narcan for you, no questions asked.
Do you want to learn how to use Narcan? We have someone who can train you and provide a free kit.

April 2024 Recovery Center Support Groups Calendar
Check back each month for an updated calendar of support groups.

We are open!

Independent Living, Inc.’s Onward Recovery and Reach One programs recently moved into Independent Living’s Recovery Center, an integrated and co-occurring support center for individuals on their journey of recovery with mental health and / or substance use.

Independent Living’s Recovery Center is unique in that our Peers serve individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Our Recovery Center services compliment with our other programs, ensuring a fully integrated set of supports.

Independent Living’s Reach One and Onward Recovery programs will be located in our new Recovery Center – 263 Route 17K, Suite 212.

All programs Recovery Center programs and groups are free to attend regardless of insurance or income.

How We Help…

Contact Form

Thank you for your interest in our Recovery Center Programs!

  • If you submit a question, someone will contact you back within 1 business day.
  • If you submit a general interest inquiry, you will receive periodic updates about relevant news. 

Who do we serve?

  • Individuals 18 and older impacted by substance use
  • Individuals 18 and older impacted by mental health

Our Peer Recovery Specialists are cross-trained to support
co-occurring mental health and or substance use.

How do we provide support?

  • Peer Support
  • One-On-One Support
  • Support Groups
  • Community Connections
  • Harm Reduction – Tools and Trainings
  • Always through a Person-Centered Approach

What is Peer Support?

A Peer is an individual who connects with members or the programs through a lens of lived experience; they work with consumers to build a personalized recovery plan, connect with additional resources and community services, and serve as a support system and ally through the recovery process.

Services such as one-on-one peer meetings and various group meetings will be held out of this 17K location; our new location, dedicated directly to Recovery services, allows Independent Living to expand resources to our Recovery Community. For individuals who prefer meeting elsewhere, our Peers meet them where they are at, physically and emotionally.

  • Peers are individuals who have lived experience with substance use, mental health and / or trauma and recovery
  • Independent Living Recovery substance use and / or mental health
  • Peers provided one-on-one guidance, encouragement, empowerment and coaching
  • Peer support can be offered in group settings such as group meetings or activities, virtually or in-person
  • Peer support offers mentorship and advocacy
  • Peer support is always self-determined; you choose what you need to be well and your peer supports your goals and wellness plan
  • Peers meet you where you are at — physically, mentally and emotionally
  • Peer support is active recovery