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As an IRS 501 (c)(3) free standing community-based and community-guided not-for-profit organization in the heart of Inwood, ICS has survived financially over the past 36+ years through essentially three sources of revenue:

  • Government contracts attained through rigorous RFP (Request for Proposal) processes
  • Medicaid, Medicare and insurance fees for ICS's professionally-licensed clinical services
  • The generosity of community residents and other ICS supporters

This last category of support enables ICS to enhance certain of its programs and activities and also offset the costs of what have become ICS traditions: the annual Thanksgiving Turkey Fund and the annual ICS Christmas Holiday Toy Drive.

Please consider contributing to ICS by clicking on the PayPal button below. Thank you for helping ICS continue its mission of service.

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ics-icons-coapCOAP is a NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS OASAS) licensed Part # 822, medically supervised outpatient chemical dependency clinic serving adults and adolescents in need of substance abuse treatment, as well as significant others of substance abusers, who may or may not be in recovery (families, adults, adolescents, children).

COAP’S mission is to provide a comprehensive array of professional individual, group, and family services to address the myriad problems associated with the scourge of addiction, and in the process facilitate recovery, abstinence, stability, and healing.
In addition to individual, group, and family counseling, services include psycho-pharmacological treatment when necessary, Random urine screening is also conducted as indicated and medical assessment. Group emphases include but are not ,limited to: Relapse Prevention; Recovery and Spirituality; Anger Management;Support Adolescent group. Dual Diagnosis; Women’s Issues and Men’s Issues. Vocational Services offered via referral.

Transportation Assistance via Metro Card is provided to eligible Clients.

The program is staffed by experienced, culturally competent clinicians who offer services in both English and Spanish. COAP’s interdisciplinary team includes licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, CASACs, mental health counselors, Peer Advocate and registered nurses.

COAP accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and most Medicaid managed care and commercial insurance plans. Also, in addition to a self-pay sliding scale, COAP receives deficit funding from NYS OASAS, as well as the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) to enable it to serve uninsured clients.

COAP is open Monday through Friday, from 9am to 9:30 pm.

* There is a 12 step Narcotic Anonymous (NA) meeting in Spanish on Fridays at 7:00 PM- 8:30 PM on site.

For more information, contact:

Awilda Torres Ph.D., LMHC, CRC, CASAC
Program Director
(212) 942-0043 Ext: 132

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