News & Updates
Attend Caz Recovery’s Open Interviews!
Caz Recovery is holding an Open Interviews session at our Corporate Office on Thursday, July 1 from 11AM - 2PM! Come join our team!
Restructuring our Maintenance Department
Thanks to Clarke Reed, our new Facilities Manager, we've been able to restructure our Maintenance department to be more responsive to our programs.
Trauma and Substance Use
People with substance use disorders often experience childhood trauma. Caz Recovery incorporates the implications of trauma into our work.
Our Overnight & Evening Staff
Caz Recovery's overnight and evening staff make a difference in the lives of people with substance use disorders each and every day.
Sundram Manor & Reintegration
COVID-19 disrupted Sundram Manor's hopes to move to Reintegration last year. Next month, however, all of their plans will finally pay off.
Advocating for the Field
Caz Recovery has recently prioritized statewide advocacy efforts for people with substance use disorders and the field as a whole.
Focus on Finance
Jenn Leumer, our Director of Finance, and our finance team have guided us through one of the most challenging financial years in our history.
Rebecca Wagner, Casa Di Vita’s Food Services Specialist
Rebecca Wagner is the Food Services Specialist at Casa Di Vita, and she's a critical part of our agency-wide food services team.
Strategic Plan Updates
It's been a year since Caz Recovery launched our new strategic plan. Despite everything that happened in 2020, we made substantial progress.
Caz Recovery is Hiring in Erie and Niagara Counties!
People with substance use disorders need your help now more than ever, and Caz Recovery is here to support those in need. We have multiple openings across Erie and Niagara Counties for qualified candidates. Current opportunities include: Reintegration Manager in Buffalo Housing Services Manager in Buffalo Niagara County Housing Resource Specialist (based throughout Niagara County) […]
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