NYS OASAS HOPEline–
24 hours/7 days Confidential
Baywood Center, 820 River St, Inc.
Center for Recovery, Behavioral Health of GFH
Glens Falls– 518‐926‐7200 Hudson Falls‐ 518-747‐8001 www.glensfallshosp.org
Glens Falls– 518-793-7273
Domestic Violence Project
Glens Falls– 518‐793‐6212
St. Peter’s Addiction Recovery Center of Saratoga
Saratoga Springs– 518‐885‐6884
Stratton VA Medical Center Substance Abuse Services
Office of Community Services for Warren/Washington
Narcotics Anonymous– Self Help Support Groups
Nar‐Anon Family Support Groups
Local Contact: 518‐796‐0694 (Judy)
Dual Recovery Self-‐Help/Support
Warren-‐Washington Association for Mental Health Glens Falls
Council for Prevention, Inc.
10 LaCrosse Street, Hudson Falls, NY 518‐746‐1527
Good Samaritan Law
In September 2011, the 911 Good Samaritan Law went into effect to address fears about a police response to an overdose. This law provides significant legal protection against criminal charges and prosecution for possession of controlled substances, as well as possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. This protection applies to both the person seeking assistance in good faith, as well as to the person who has overdosed. Class A-1 drug felonies, as well as sale or intent to sell controlled substances, are not covered by the law.