Consulting Services

We accept the following private insurance:

� 1199
� AFFINITY
� BC-BS
� BC-BS CD
� AMERIGROUP
� HEALTHPLUS
� GHI
� GHI-CD
� GHIHMO
� HEALTHFIRST
� HIP
� VALUE OPTIONS
� OPTUM
� MEDICARE
� NEIGHBORHOOD
� WELLCARE
� UBH
� FIDELIS
� UNITED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Since we believe that quality treatment should be accessible to all, our fees are moderate and based on a sliding scale depending on your income and ability to pay. We also accept major credit cards and personal checks. All payments and copayments are due at the day of the service.

Sunday Support Groups at LICC
Every Sunday since 1985, LICC provides handicap-accessible meeting spaces for support meetings.

� 9:45 AM � 10:45 AM

New York Inter-Group of Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.)

All meetings are non-smoking. For directions see Contact Us page.

For more information: http://www.nyintergroup.org/meetinglist/getdirections.cfm?meetingid=969

If you can’t find a meeting at their web site http://www.nyintergroup.org/

A.A. volunteers are ready to help you Monday through Sunday from 9:00am until 2:00am; 365 days a year.

Call (212) 647-1680Call: (212) 647-1680.

� 11:00 AM � 12:45 PM

Overeaters Anonymous (O.A.)

For 50 years O.A. has welcomed anyone seeking help for compulsive eating behaviors.

Today, 60,000 members in over 6,000 O.A. groups all over the world find the support in each other.

LICC O.A. meetings are open and English speaking.

Contact person: JoAnn (347) 730-2968Call: (347) 730-2968

Group number: 16787

For directions see Contact Us page.

For more information about compulsive eating, visit http://www.oa.org/

�11:00 AM � 12:45 PM

Greater New York Region of Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.)

Meetings are open and welcomes newcomers.

Call (212) 929-6262Call: (212) 929-6262 (N.A. regional help line for more information).
For directions see Contact Us page.

�11:30 AM � 12:45PM

SMART Recovery

“SMART Recovery offers free face-to-face and online mutual help groups that support individuals who are considering, or have chosen abstinence from addictive behaviors. We employ ideas developed from Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and other cognitive-behavioral theories and techniques.

SMART Recovery focuses on four areas:

1. Enhancing motivation – 2. Coping with urges – 3. Problem solving – 4. Lifestyle balance”

Contact: mailto:smartrecoverynyc65@gmail.com

LICC meetings are Standard Meetings.

For directions see Contact Us page.

For more information: http://www.smartrecovery.org/