Here you will find some basic resources that may be helpful to you on your path to recovery. But you don't have to navigate this alone. Our Certified Recovery Peer Advocates can assist you in finding what you need and have a more robust network and directory to offer. If you can't find what you are looking for or need assistance, reach out to us!


If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.

Suicide/Crisis Hotline

Mobile Crisis Assessment Team
(518) 943-5555

REACH Center Hotline
(518) 828-5556 OR (518) 943-4482

SAMHSA National Helpline

Never Use Alone

AA Hotline

Greener Pathways Hotline
Weekday 518-291-4500
Weekend/Evening Hotline: 518-822-0090

New York State Smokers Quitline

Rehab Facilities & Centers

*For a full list of available facilities in our area, please reach out to a MCC CRPA


Huntersfield Christian Training Center
Prattsville, NY

HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley (Benedictine Hospital)
Kingston, NY
Medical Detox, Inpatient Addiction Treatment Program, and InpatientRehab offered in hospital setting.


Twin County Recovery Services
Hudson, NY
Catskill, NY

Food Pantries & Community Fridges

Mountain Top Cares Mobile Food Pantry
For deliveries in Windham, Prattsville and Tannersville
fill out request form

Hunter Community Fridge

Phoenix Web Collective Free Mart

Supportive Recovery Organizations & Mental Health Resources

Columbia & Greene Youth Clubhouse
Catskill, NY
Hudson, NY
The Clubhouses provide a safe, supportive, alcohol and drug free environment for its members. Peer driven activities will promote health, wellness, and long-term recovery. (i.e. Recreation, Pro-social activities, health and wellness, educational/employment support, recovery/peer support, evidenced based programming, skill building, family engagement)

MHA of Columbia Greene (formerly Apogee Center)
We go beyond mental illness and mental health to support those in recovery from substance abuse, survivors of assault and violence, children of neglect and abuse, education and after school programs, respite and family support education and services.

Meeting Finder

AA Meetings Greene County

NA Meetings Search

Al-Anon Family Groups
Provides understanding and support to friends and families with loved ones struggling with substance use.

What we do

We meet you where you are.

Individualized support. Maximum accessibility.


Learn about Certified Recovery Peer Advocates and get in touch.

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Learn about Narcan, where to get it, and train to administer it.

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Peer advocate support, group meetings, daily programming and recovery focused events.

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Explore our directory of local resources and helpful information

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Upcoming & ongoing events

Our special events, and our weekly recurring offerings, so help is always close

Coffee & Conversations

via zoom and/or in person

Topics will be driven by interest and are a chance to discuss successes and challenges from the previous week and weekend.  All are welcome; people in recovery, family, friends, allies.  Walk-ins welcome.
Evening Yoga with Nicole at Mountain Breeze Yoga.

Walk & Talk

Check out our Facebook page for location

Lead by MCC staff and volunteers. The lengths of the walks will vary. Trails are easy and typically flat, please wear proper attire, bring water and a snack. All are welcome; people in recovery, family, friends, allies. Walk-ins welcome.
Every Wednesday, 4:30-5:30pm ET upstairs at 52 North South Lake Road in Haines Falls.

Questions call Mary Ellen, 518-410-4175
via zoom and/or in person

A time to be social and have a creative outlet for those in recovery, family, friends and allies.  Walk-ins welcome.  Check Facebook or Website for location.

The lastest at MCC

Goings-ons, events, partners, and more

Funding to help break cycle of addiction in a small community

Mountain Top Cares Coalition Executive Director Patrick Magee interviewed on Spectrum News.

Narcan: A Life-Saving Tool on the Front Lines of Overdose Emergencies

Narcan, also known as naloxone, has become a vital tool in the fight against opioid overdose deaths. This powe

MCC Increases Narcan Availability on the Mountain Top

In an effort to combat the opioid crisis and save lives, the Mountain Top Cares Coalition (MCC) has launched a

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