News & Updates
New Wellness Activities
Libby’s Background Libby Pfonner is Caz Recovery’s Wellness Coordinator, and she’s been busy introducing our residents to healthy new activities. She joined our team in March, and she has a certification in sports nutrition and is a certified post-partum doula. Prior to coming to Caz, she worked as a nutritionist at Core Capacity Transformations, is […]
Caz Recovery’s Corporate Compliance
Compliance with rules and regulations around Medicaid is a major obligation for most human services providers. In fact, any organization that bills Medicaid or managed care organizations (MCOs) for services provided are required by law to have a corporate compliance plan in place. We adopted ours in 2017 right before we began providing OASAS’s Rehabilitation […]
Mission & Vision Updates
Over the last few months, we’ve been busy updating our mission and vision statements. The new versions help to guide or our work.
Angela Goodman, Program Secretary
Angela Goodman is Madonna House’s Program Secretary, and she has over 20 years of secretarial experience in healthcare.
Working with Save the Michaels
Every day, Caz Recovery works with organizations across Western New York. One of our most valued partnerships is with Save the Michaels.
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.
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