At any hour of the day or night, the Chemical Dependency Crisis Center welcomes both those in need of residential detoxification from drugs and alcohol, and those in imminent risk of relapse. Licensed by New York State's Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, the Crisis Center's 32-beds for men and women operate with intensive nursing supervision. Unlike hospitals, the Crisis Center does not require insurance; the only thing required is the desire to be sober. In December 2014, CDCC launched an innovative pilot project combining a more medically-intensive level of care into its existing withdrawal services, allowing the program to better serve clients with a variety of substance use histories and withdrawal needs. The Crisis Center also is home to the Medical Respite Program, which BRC operates jointly with Lutheran Family Health Centers, providing easy access to health care for individuals with serious medical needs that do not require hospitalization. In 2015, the Crisis Center served 2,278 individuals, and more than three-quarters of admissions successfully completed the detoxification program.