Posted on: May 28, 2020
Adaptability is one of our biggest strengths here at Cazenovia Recovery. Since 2014, we’ve grown exponentially and have successfully navigated some truly tumultuous times for our sector. In fact, well before COVID-19 struck and stopped the world in its tracks, we were preparing to move offices within our organization to account for our expansions.
Like nearly all companies, COVID-19 has impacted our plans quite a bit. Most of our moves have been pushed back a few weeks, but we’re on target to meet our newly-revised dates. We know that these transitions will help us to continue supporting people with substance use disorders in the best ways possible.
Conveniently, our first office move is already complete. When we expanded into Niagara County in 2016, we established an office in Lockport to provide administrative and clinical assistance to our newly-acquired programs. Since then, our Niagara County office has become increasingly important to our scattered-site programs like Supportive Living and Housing. On May 18, we relocated our Niagara County Office from Lockport to Niagara Falls. We’re now sharing office space with Pinnacle Community Services. We’re excited to increase our footprint in the Cataract City, especially since it means ushering in an exciting new partnership with a fantastic organization.
The second move involves our Administrative Office. We’ve had to steadily increase our administrative capacity to help manage our consistent growth over the last few years. After a comprehensive search for a new location, we decided that our new home would best fit at the Tri-Main Center. Like with our new office space at Pinnacle, we’re eagerly looking forward to joining the vibrant community of nonprofits and other organizations at Tri-Main. Our new floorplan was developed with collaboration in mind as it contains areas for quick meetings and teamwork. The current move date for our Administrative Office is set for Monday, June 29.
Last month, we shared information on the Garden Lofts at the Marine Hospital, our brand-new apartment complex with studios for people with substance use disorders. When it opens in mid-July, this newly-renovated building will also contain the offices of our Housing program. Staff will be onsite to support the new tenants at the Garden Lofts, but they’ll also continue to provide services to the participants and tenants in our Housing program across Western New York.
Our final move will see the Erie County office of our Supportive Living program relocate to the building that currently contains our Administrative Office. It’ll happen in late July or early August, and we’ll complete some minor renovations before Supportive Living moves in. After they’ve been in their new office for a few months, we’ll conduct an assessment on what further renovations may be needed to make the space work best for their needs. The office will also be right across the street from a subway station, making it even easier for Supportive Living residents to access compared to their office’s current location.
- Completed: Our Niagara County Office is now located at 1522 Main St, Niagara Falls, NY 14305. Unlike our other locations listed below, this move also involves a phone and fax number change. The new phone number is 716-299-0917 and the fax is 716-299-0904.
- June 29: Our Administrative Office will move to Tri-Main, and its new address will be 2495 Main St, Suite 417, Buffalo, NY 14214.
- Mid-July: Housing will move to the Garden Lofts at the Marine Hospital located at 2211 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14214.
- Late July or August: Supportive Living will move to 2671 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14214.
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