Seafield Services Announces Manhasset Treatment Facility

seafieldSeafield Services, leading provider of addiction treatment services headquartered in Westhampton Beach, has announced the opening of an outpatient treatment center in Manhasset, offering comprehensive services to those affected by alcohol and drug use disorders. An open house and a ribbon cutting took place at the facility, 585 Plandome Rd., on Sept. 28.

“Seafield is excited about joining the Manhasset community and bringing more than 31 years of experience as a substance abuse treatment provider,” said Seafield Chief Executive Officer Mark Epley. “The local organizations and government officials have been tremendously welcoming, reinforcing the community’s commitment to combating addiction.”

Under the leadership of Executive Director Kieran (Dwyer) Gallogly, MHA, CASAC, Seafield Manhasset offers a variety of intensive addiction treatment services including: individual counseling, group counseling, psychiatric evaluations, relapse prevention groups, and a special focus on family consultations, including individual family sessions and family interventions.

As with all Seafield facilities, the Manhasset location is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). This is Seafield’s sixth outpatient location on Long Island.

Visit www.seafieldcenter.com for more information.

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seafieldSeafield Services, leading provider of addiction treatment services headquartered in Westhampton Beach, has announced the opening of an outpatient treatment center in Manhasset, offering comprehensive services to those affected by alcohol and drug use disorders. An open house and a ribbon cutting took place at the facility, 585 Plandome Rd., on Sept. 28. “Seafield is excited about joining the Manhasset community and bringing more than 31 years of experience as a substance abuse treatment provider,” said Seafield Chief Executive Officer Mark Epley. “The local organizations and government officials have been tremendously welcoming, reinforcing the community’s commitment to combating addiction.” Under the leadership of Executive Director Kieran (Dwyer) Gallogly, MHA, CASAC, Seafield Manhasset offers a variety of intensive addiction treatment services including: individual counseling, group counseling, psychiatric evaluations, relapse prevention groups, and a special focus on family consultations, including individual family sessions and family interventions. As with all Seafield facilities, the Manhasset location is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). This is Seafield’s sixth outpatient location on Long Island. Visit www.seafieldcenter.com for more information.
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