News & Updates
Pathways to Purpose: Caz Recovery’s New Vocational Services HUB
Caz Recovery has a new vocational services set up, and we're calling it the HUB. It helps residents discover their purpose.
Announcing our Next CEO, Lindsay Herndon
Caz Recovery is thrilled to announce Lindsay Herndon as its next CEO. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and has led multi-faceted, diverse, and talented teams in behavioral healthcare for nearly a decade.
It's been a brutal winter so far in WNY! Thankfully, we've been hard at work this year planning for disasters like major snowstorms.
Why Work for Caz Recovery?
Caz Recovery is a great place to work. We offer excellent benefits and more. Plus, you can make a difference in your community.
Caz Recovery’s DEI Efforts
Our society is rightly discussing the topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and organizations that deal with substance use have a particularly important role to play. This is due to the long-standing history of white supremacy around criminalization of drug use. As such, the advocacy and efforts of Caz Recovery and providers like us […]
Peer Supports at Casa Di Vita
Incorporating peers acknowledges that lived experience is important and can play a helpful role in the recovery process.
Success in Rapid Rehousing
Over the last few months, we've been implementing a rapid rehousing program for people with substance use disorders.
The Dorothy J. Collier Community Center Donation
In the immediate aftermath of the racist shooting on Tops on Jefferson, we sent out resources to help manage the grief and trauma of our staff and residents. In addition, we sent out links to places that were accepting donations and that were deeply involved in the healing and recovery process within the neighborhood. Once […]
Our residents are prioritizing their wellness with monthly challenges. Turning Point House in particular is all about them!
After 25 year with Caz Recovery, Suzanne Bissonette will be retiring as the agency's CEO. We're now on the search for our next leader.
Your donation can save a life!
In the grip of the opioid epidemic, you can make a difference. Any amount helps.