Funding for services in western New York are delivered by a combination of governmental, hospital, nonprofit, and proprietary providers. The predominant providers are small nonprofits that provide a strong continuum of services.
These services include:
School and community based programs utilizing the latest risk and protective factor research to create and sustain long term change in reducing addiction.
A range of treatment services including withdrawal and crisis stabilization to provide for a safe withdrawal as well as the opportunity to screen for acute physical or psychiatric co-morbid conditions; inpatient services to support ongoing abstinence, recovery and a transition back into the community; outpatient services to promote the achievement and maintenance of recovery, improve functioning and quality of life.
• Intensive Residential Rehabilitation
Developed for the chronic substance abuser who has attempted recovery unsuccessfully in the past, services are intense and provided on site in a congregate care setting.
• Community Residential Services
Residential services for persons who require the support of a drug and alcohol free environment while they are stable enough to test their ability to maintain abstinence and sober lifestyle.
• Supportive Living
These are peer apartments with recovery support provided on an as-needed basis.
Individual apartments with support services as a permanent living arrangement.
Includes collaboration with research, education and training institutions to develop research and training protocols to create a strong, well-educated workforce able to utilize evidence-based and best practices in service provision.
Chemical Dependency Sectors
Community Addiction Services
Permanent Supported Housing
Research, Education and Training