Providing transitional case management and supportive counseling in a structured, and safe environment based on each person’s individual treatment plan. Operating 122 apartments in five separate locations, in Syracuse and Rochester, New York. Programming includes individual counseling, community meetings, and vocational services. The average length of stay ranges from 6-9 months. Residents typically are receiving outpatient treatment services during their stay.

A food pantry is operated for the benefit of residents. Residents continue outpatient treatment at one of Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare’s
two Outpatient Clinics or at other community treatment programs dependent on their individual treatment plan.

Throughout a resident’s stay, on-going support is provided through the SBH”s Recovery Services.

Supportive Living Walk-in Hours
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Contact Information:
329 North Salina St., Suite 302
Syracuse 13203


Supportive Living

Hickory House Brochure 2017

Hickory House

Pathway Houses of Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare 

Pathway Houses of Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare is a state certified, private non-profit, residential supportive living program, serving recovering alcohol and substance abusers primarily in the Monroe County area. We teach living skills which empower individuals to take responsibility for their lives, while facilitating recovery through required participation in full-time education or employment, and on-going substance abuse counseling.

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 Pathway Houses of Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare
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