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Seafield Recovery Homes


The Basics

The Seafield Recovery Homes network offers men and women in early recovery nurturing sober living environments. With 16 homes on Long Island, Seafield is affiliated with the Seafield Center, which was established in 1985 and offers detox and comprehensive inpatient and outpatient treatment. Seafield homes provide peer support in an intimate structured living community. Seafield welcomes all addicts and alcoholics who have 24 hours of abstinence from drugs and alcohol, especially those on Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT).

Accommodations and Amenities

The Seafield Recovery Homes have a total of 215 beds. Each house is unique, but typically has space for six to 10 clients, who are housed in comfortable double or triple-occupancy bedrooms. Rooms include twin or full-sized beds, nightstands, lamps, closets and dressers. Clients are responsible for their own bedding, towels and groceries.

Food is prepared in spacious, fully equipped kitchens that are stocked with basic cooking supplies and utensils. Amenities include cable, HDTVs, laundry rooms with soap provided and complimentary Wi-Fi. House managers with long-term recovery live on the premises at each house to provide supervision.

Rules and Regulations

Seafield requires a minimum 30-day commitment. All potential clients must be 18 or older and be medically stable. Residents must attend daily 12-step meetings, perform household chores, follow the direction of the house manager, pay their rent on time and attend two weekly house meetings—on Sundays and Thursdays. Clients are also encouraged to attend an Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), individual therapy or regular appointments with a sponsor. During that time, they must also begin school, secure a job or volunteer position. A 10 pm curfew is enforced for all who have less than 90 days clean and sober.

Random drug and alcohol screenings are conducted. Residents who relapse must leave the premises immediately. After 24 hours clean and sober and a $250 re-admit fee, they can return to the home.


Seafield is licensed by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).

In Summary

For those looking to be part of a 12-step community on Long Island while sharing upscale houses, Seafield is a great option. Residents enjoy comfortable houses with housemates who become like family. Clients in good standing can stay as long as they want, and some stay for years.

Seafield Center
7 Seafield Ln
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

Seafield Recovery Homes Cost: $600-$1,500, depending on the location and amenities of the home (30 days). Reach Seafield Center by phone at (631) 288-1122 or by email. Find Seafield Center on Facebook and YouTube

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