Long Island Recovery and Long Island Interventions
Interventions and Recovery Coaching on Long Island
After an intervention and treatment program for someone living or vacationing on Long Island, it will be important for the individual to build a recovery community.
Long Island, NY has many vibrant recovery communities. Some people in recovery choose to attend 12 Step meetings in New York City. New York has thousands of AA meetings every day. Commuters from Long Island often chose to attend a meeting in New York, first thing in the morning or over lunch time.
Recovery on Fire Island and the Hamptons
Fire Island and the Hamptons have tremendous and vibrant recovery communities. Of course they wax and wane with the seasons, but during warm months, it is easy to find 12 step meetings in Suffolk County. The Suffolk County Intergroup (AA’s Long Island ‘headquarters’) maintains a list of all current meetings.
Specific meetings in Cherry Grove and the Pines are listed at Gay and Sober. The most popular meetings in the summer in Bridgehampton, Southampton, East Hampton and Sag Harbor are also listed on Gay and Sober, most of these meetings are not specifically for LGBT indivinduals, but these meetings tend to be the most popular ones for everyone in recovery vacationing in the Hamptons.
Nassau County Resources
Nassau County Intergroup (the AA resource center) is located in West Hempstead, NY. Nassau County has fantastic meetings in most of the cities including Glen Cove, Lynbrook, Oyster Bay and Garden City. There is even a meeting on the beach in Long Beach.
Recovery can begin in many ways, at Suntra we are always ready to answer the phone an help out. Suntra provides addiction support and intervention services in New York City and in all cities of Long Island and the Hamptons.
About Suntra Modern Recovery and Adam Banks
Adam Banks is a certified interventionist at Suntra Modern Recovery. After receiving an MBA from the University of Chicago, Adam built a company that was later acquired by United Health Care. His discipline and attention to detail comes from his former career as an airline pilot, holding an ATP, the FAA’s highest license.
I am 13 years sober. But when I talk to people starting their recovery journey, they’re often surprised that I still attend 12-step meetings. “See! If you still HAVE to go to meetings, it doesn’t work!” they insist. To which I respond, “I CHOOSE to attend meetings BECAUSE it works.” AA has helped millions of people get...
e external things that defined me had disappeared into thin air.
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