Governor Cuomo’s Proposal to Ban Fentanyl Analogs
BUFFALO, NY, December 16, 2019 – Cazenovia Recovery supports Governor Cuomo’s proposal to ban fentanyl analogs throughout the State. This proposal reinforces New York State’s position as a nationwide leader during one of the biggest health crises of our times. Fentanyl analogs are synthetic opioids that are extremely deadly and have only exacerbated the opioid […]
Cazenovia Manor Transition
BUFFALO, NY, December 19, 2017 – Cazenovia Manor, a community residence that serves men in recovery from substance use, is in the process of transitioning to a new element of care certified by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. Residents currently at Cazenovia Manor will continue to receive services under […]
BUFFALO, NY, April 6, 2017 – Cazenovia Recovery Systems, Inc. will participate in the GetSET: Success in Extraordinary Times initiative through a sponsorship from The Peter and Elizabeth Tower Foundation. The two-year program focuses on a team-based approach to helping select mid-sized area not-for-profits strengthen organizational development, clarify their role in the community, respond to […]
Niagara County Clinical Office Move
Cazenovia Recovery Systems, Inc. has moved its Niagara County Clinical Office and its Supportive Living Program from 625 Buffalo Avenue in Niagara Falls, NY to 76 West Avenue in Lockport, NY. The Buffalo-based not-for-profit organization operates residential programs for individuals in recovery from alcohol and substance use disorders. It merged with Fellowship House in January […]
Cazenovia Acquires Fellowship House Programs
Buffalo-based Cazenovia Recovery Systems, Inc. fully assumed the licenses, ownership and management of Fellowship House programs on January 1 and has opened a new Cazenovia Recovery Niagara County Clinical Office at 625 Buffalo Avenue in Niagara Falls, NY. The not-for-profit organization operates residential programs for individuals in recovery from alcohol and substance use disorders. […]
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