THANK YOU for your interest in the RevCore recovery program

We are an outpatient drug treatment facility licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).

We provide high-quality services to a much underserved and often overlooked population.

Our goal is the assist individuals who are struggling with addiction to reclaim their lives and build a brand new future. The key to over 30 years of success in helping hundreds of individuals to recover lies in our unique, highly individualized treatment approach.

At RevCore, we embrace proven, scientific methods, which really work, and we treat every client with the respect and compassion they deserve.

RevCore works very closely with community organizations. We believe that through close collaboration and coordination of services we can help our clients become fully productive members of society.

We invite you to visit us to get a closer look at who we are and what we do. Our clinics are open with services available 7 days a week, 365 days per year. Intake appointments can be provided within hours of receiving a phone call and initial consultations are free of charge.

About Our Team

CLINICAL DIRECTORS
Kirk Chisholm
Kirk
Chisholm
LMSW, CASAC Clinical Director, SoHo
Justyna
Rzewinski
LCSW Clinical Director, Behavioral Services Program
Luke
Swanson
CASAC Clinical Director
Chislene
Lora
Clinical Director, Jackson Heights
MEDICAL TEAM
Dr. Stefan
Kantrowitz
Medical Director
Kristin
Arden
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Dr. Michelle
Knapp
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
SENIOR COUNSELORS/ CLINICAL SUPERVISORS
Willie
Matthias
CASAC Clinical Supervisor, Brooklyn
Robyn
Costa
LMHC Senior Counselor - SoHo
Jose
Alvarez
CASAC , Master Counselor Senior Counselor- SoHo
COMMUNITY LIAISONS
Jessica
Garcia
Patient Care Coordinator & Legal Liaison
Sean
Bailey
Legal Liaison
Reyna
Ramirez
Legal Liaison, Brooklyn
Derwin
Manigault
CASAC Community Liaison
Jonathan Cohen
Community Liaison
combat heroin
Recover The Partnership at DrugFree
Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services
National Institutes of Health
Narcotics Anonymous
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Alcoholics Anonymous
Al Anon Family Groups