Monday- Friday
9am to 6pm

Most Insurance Plans Accepted

Medicaid Approved

Sliding Scale Fees


Qualified Health Professionals

Physicians/ Addictionologist

Physician Assistant

Consulting Psychiatrist


Social Workers

Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselors

Our highly trained staff, combined with an innovative approach has earned us dedicated referral sources and an impeccable reputation for providing our clients with the highest quality of treatment.

Healing Through Caring & Sharing

Nassau Alternative Counseling Center (NACC), licensed by New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services, is a nonprofit community base multi-service program providing a broad range of intervention and treatment services to adults, youths and families suffering from substance abuse, substance dependence and co-occurring mental health problems. The center employs a highly skilled, experienced professional staff of psychologists, social workers, Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Counselors, consulting psychiatrist and medical doctor.

Flexibility and client-specific planning is the cornerstone of the program which allows us to address the special needs of ours clients.

All clients are required to submit to a detailed psychosocial assessment as well as a substance abuse evaluation and medical evaluation in order to develop an individualized treatment plan.

  • Intake Assessments and Treatment Planning

  • Group and Individual Counseling

  • Gender-Specific and Coed Groups

  • DWI and Criminal Justice Groups

  • Spanish/Polish Language Groups

  • Family Program

  • Domestic Violence Groups

  • Anger Management Treatment

  • Relapse Prevention Track

  • Educational Series, Lectures, and Workshops

  • Medically Supervised Outpatient Opiate/Alcohol Detox Using Approved Protocols, including Buprenorphine



Chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive illness which exists when the use of mood altering substances causes increasingly severe life functioning problems.

Recovery is an ongoing process that is recognized when the individual's physical, psychological, emotional, social, interpersonal, vocational, and spiritual aspects of living have begun to normalize and there is a resumption of stability and hope for the future.


Aggressively addressing the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of addiction is our primary concern. We will treat each client with flexibility and as a multi-faceted individual, deserving of personalized treatment planning.