Detox & Withdrawal

Stabilization Services at Terrace House.

Terrace House is a 68-bed residential facility that includes medically supervised detoxification protocols and is located in Buffalo, NY.

Clinical services are available 7 days a week for assessment, discharge planning and linkages to aftercare programs.

We provide 24-hour care to adults with substance use disorders who need support, counseling, observation, nursing and medical care.

For more information or to set up an appointment, please call (716) 854-2444 and press 1 for admissions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who is eligible?

We accept adults (age 18 and over) who are actively abusing opiate drugs, alcohol and/or benzodiazepines and are at risk for withdrawal. Additionally, the program is appropriate for individuals who are in need of short term stabilization as it relates to their substance use.

How do I make an appointment?

Appointments can be scheduled by calling (716) 854-2444 and pressing 1 to reach our admissions department. Please call between 8:00 am – 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00am-5:00pm Saturday and Sunday.

Where is Horizon Village Terrace House located?

We are located at 291 Elm Street in Buffalo, NY 14203.

How long will I be there?

Clinical and medical recommendations will be made by the treatment team. Length of stay may vary based on patient’s identified needs. The average length of medically supervised detox could be 4-7 days. Stabilization services on average could be 3-4 weeks.

How do I pay?

Insurance eligibility verification is required. Your insurance may cover some or all of treatment. Those without insurance will be reviewed and can meet with our financial case manager to discuss further options.

What do I need to bring?

Please bring a photo ID, insurance information, and at least three days of clothing. You may not bring electronic devices, outside bedding, cigarettes or e-cigarettes. All prescribed medications must be brought in at time of admission.

Am I allowed visitors?

Visitation is not allowed during this portion of treatment.

What happens after I am stable?

Discharge planning begins at the time of your first assessment and continues throughout treatment. When you are discharged you will be referred to the appropriate level of care for your needs, which may include continued stay in stabilization in a residential setting, a referral to an inpatient rehabilitation program, a more intense residential treatment program such as Horizon Village, or outpatient services. We stress the importance of continuing treatment post-discharge and the development of an effective relapse prevention plan.