Important Information About Narco Freedom, Inc.

Narco Freedom, Inc. (“Narco Freedom”) is no longer operating clinical and housing programs.  Pursuant to an Order of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (United States of America v. Narco Freedom, Inc. No. 14-8593), on September 22, 2015 Narco Freedom transitioned its (a) clinical programs and houses in the Bronx to Samaritan Village and (b) clinical programs and houses in Brooklyn to Acacia Network.  In September 2015, Narco closed its clinical operations in Long Island City.

On January 19, 2016, a voluntary petition for liquidation under chapter 7 was filed in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, Case No. 16-10123 (SMB). Alan Nisselson was appointed Trustee.

Providers seeking methadone doses for former Narco patients should call the following numbers:

Brooklyn: 718-802-1111

Bronx: 800-853-8483

Queens (Bridge Plaza) - Please note that this location closed in September 2015 and Narco has not dispensed methadone since that date.
If you need dose information from September, call 718-519-4469

Information concerning medical records may be obtained as follows:
Long Island City Clinics
Justin Baum
Telephone: 718-665-0692

Bronx Clinics
For patients active on or about September 22, 2015, contact:
Samaritan Village
CarolAnne Slattery 
Telephone: 718-206-2000

Brooklyn Clinics
For patients active on or about September 22, 2015, contact:
Acacia Network
Drucilla Williams
Telephone: 718-780-7421

For all other patients, contact:
Jennifer Ryan
Telephone: 212-237-1105

Written correspondence to Narco Freedom Inc. should be mailed to:
Alan Nisselson, Trustee
Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP
156 West 56th Street
New York, New York 10019