News & Updates
What is Medication-Assisted Treatment? In many ways it can be helpful to think about substance use disorders like we think about other chronic medical conditions like diabetes. For instance, people are more at risk of developing a certain condition if they have a family history of it. Once someone has a chronic condition, they have […]
Tracy Conti, Program Secretary
Tracy Conti is Cazenovia Manor's Program Secretary. She's been with the agency for five years, and she epitomizes collaboration in her work.
Enhancing Supportive Living
We’re enhancing the way our Supportive Living program functions, and we’re increasing its focus on vocational and housing support.
The Power of Language
Over the last couple of years, we’ve been hard at work trying to change the conversation around substance use. By changing the language we use, we can help to reduce the stigma associated with the disorder. Recently, Ed Cichon, our Director of Marketing and Communications, was featured on Room 9’s podcast to talk about the […]
We've incorporated some traveling groups into our programs, and they've been a great success. They cover topics like wellness, vocational, and more.
The recent adoption of telehealth and teleservices has been rapid. Turning Point House in Eden has led the way with that here at Caz Recovery.
Our Medical Services
Incorporating medical services into substance use treatment makes a world of difference. This has been especially true in the face of COVID-19.
A Safe Place for Care
Caz Recovery’s programs have been open for 35 years and remained open throughout COVID-19. We are committed to helping Western New York recover from the effects of both this pandemic and the opioid epidemic.
A few of Cazenovia Recovery's offices are moving in spring and summer 2020.
Garden Lofts at the Marine Hospital
The Garden Lofts at the Marine Hospital features 23 studio apartments with wraparound services for people with substance use disorders.
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