sobriety assistance
sobriety help hotline
  Drug Rehab   About Us   Contact Us   Bookmark   Resources  

Drug Rehab: New York: Fulton

get sibriety help

Fulton Substance Abuse Statistics

Statistics have shown that their are approximately 72 marijuana users, 31 people abusing prescription drugs, 11 cocaine addicts, and 5 people using hallucinogens that live in Fulton, New York.

There will also be close to 9 people arrested for drug charges and around 6 DUIs in Fulton this year.


Fulton Drug Treatment

If deciding that you require help with a drug addiction you have made the first and most difficult step on your path to sobriety, however the next step of finding that help will be a daunting task if you do not know where to look. This page provides a list of private, public, non-profit, gay, and Christian drug rehab centers and intervention specialists near Fulton, New York.


Drug Rehabs and Addiction Treatment in Fulton


get sibriety help get sibriety help
   
St Marys Hospital At Amsterdam St Marys Hospital At Amsterdam
101 W Main St 76 Guy Park Ave
Canajoharie, NY 13317 Amsterdam, NY 12010
(518) 673-2573 (518) 843-4410
   
St Marys Hospital At Amsterdam St Marys Hospital At Amsterdam
380 Guy Park Ave 427 Guy Park Ave
Amsterdam, NY 12010 Amsterdam, NY 12010
(518) 841-7415 (518) 842-1900
   
St Marys Hospital At St Marys Hospital At Amsterdam
442 Guy Park Ave 700 S Perry St
Amsterdam, NY 12010 Johnstown, NY 12095
(518) 841-7478 (518) 762-3161
   
St Marys Hospital Amsterdam St Marys Hospital At Amsterdam
119 Holland Circle Dr 7 Timmerman Ave
Amsterdam, NY 12010 Saint Johnsville, NY 13452
(518) 843-8146 (518) 568-7145
   
St Marys Hospital At Amsterdam Ramaswami Ravi
73 N Main St 854 Route 212
Gloversville, NY 12078 Saugerties, NY 12477
(518) 773-8830 (845) 246-2804
   
Kool Eva A Delaware Valley Hospital
315 Ushers Rd 1 Titus Pl
Ballston Lake, NY 12019 Walton, NY 13856
(518) 877-8812 (607) 865-2100
   

Fulton is located in Oswego County and contains the following zip codes: 13069.

Fulton, New York Addiction Recovery