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Garden Lofts

Studio units for adults with substance use disorders

2211 Main St
Buffalo, New York 14214

Phone: (716) 894-7298

Fax: (716) 894-7308


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The Garden Lofts features 23 studio Supported Housing units

of program participants that successfully completed the program in 2022
of program participants that gained or maintained income in 2022

The Garden Lofts at the Marine Hospital is Caz Recovery’s Supported Housing apartment complex for individuals with substance use disorders. It’s located in the historic Marine Hospital on Main Street in Buffalo and features 23 bright and spacious studio units.

As a part of our Housing program, program participants at the Garden Lofts receive support services during their stay. This includes support with managing one’s substance use disorder, assistance with daily living skills and budgeting, vocational and educational development, and more.

Staff at the Garden Lofts connects participants to:

Apartment Amenities

We recognize that everyone’s individual path to recovery is different. Our care reflects this as every resident chooses their own personal recovery goals and relevant recovery groups. Each person’s stay is unique and can vary. It all depends on what each person needs.

Cazenovia Recovery is proud to be an organization that offers Trauma-Informed Care. Our staff members provide care that is sensitive to past traumas. We also create environments that are safe, trusting, and collaborative. Most importantly, we seek to empower each and every person in our programs.

The Garden Lofts receives funding and oversight from the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative, The New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports, and The New York State Homeless Housing Assistance Program.

Admission Criteria

To apply to the Garden Lofts, please call our Housing office at (716) 894-7298 or email

If both your application is complete when it is returned, your assessment will be scored with the highest scores placed on the top of the list. If you are chosen for an apartment, you must provide documentation of a diagnosed substance use disorder and provide proof that you are either homeless or at-risk of being homeless and need permanent housing.

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