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New Dawn

Information provided by: Chemung County Department of Mental Hygiene

New Dawn-Inpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults only, 18 years of age and older, Individual and Group therapy, Education, Relapse Prevention, Continuing Care/Discharge Planning and Coordination. Detox within St. Joseph's Hospital subject to determination by Emergency Department.

Southern Tier Addiction Rehabilitation Services of St. Joseph's Hospital STARS

  • HoursMon-Fri 8am-4:30pm
  • Specific Populations Served:Adults
  • Fees:Vary depending on service.
  • Application Process:Please call for more information.
  • Documents Required:Please call for more information.
  • Eligibility Requirements:Please call service provider or visit website to learn more about eligibility requirements.
  • State Certification and/or License Number:NY
  • Application Wait:Varies
  • Service Wait:Varies
  • Payment/Insurance Accepted:Medicare, Medicaid, third party payment arrangements and credit card payment. Medicaid office on site.
  • ADA Access:Please contact facility for accessibility information.

FAX Numbers

  • (607) 734-3405


  • Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff.
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New Dawn
8/24/2016 9:20:21 PM

New dawn is a excellent facility with caring staff.
12/11/2022 7:58:12 AM

It took years for the things John at New Dawn shared with me to sink in to where I could even begin to comprehend and reflect on. Thank You Mr, John for being sober and doing what you do today. Thanks Mr. Karl, I now drink two-three pots of coffee myself a day, but I DO NOT use alcohol anymore, or illicit substances either. Thanks Steve, Gary, Connor, Colleen, the ladies who also work on the floor im sry i cant recall those names this moment but New Dawn changed my lifes direction for the best thank you all at New Dawn for the rest of my life.
3/14/2015 3:28:50 PM

I agree with Jack. Know one staff member who drinks on the way to work. I !o have to say that I believe the blame should be laid mostly on St Joes. A family member was thrown out of detoxing when there was a glitch with insurance. Not her fault. They whipped out her ivs, and put her on the street so drugged from meds for detot,etc she could barely walk or talk. Seriously? The only reason she's there in ND is because that's the best we have! How sad is that? If you can go out of town for help. ....DO IT!

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