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Jul 31 2017

Supportive Living – Drug and Alcohol Recovery: Cazenovia Recovery Systems #recovery #oriented #systems #of #care

Supportive Living

Our Supportive Living programs in Erie and Niagara Counties are designed for individuals who have developed a period of sustained abstinence but still need minimal support as they transition to independent living. This level of care primarily focuses on relapse prevention and vocational development. Individual counseling and instructive groups are designed to meet the unique needs of each person. All residents are required to participate in program services and counseling. The Supportive Living Program places an emphasis on guiding residents towards independence and assuming responsibility for their ongoing abstinence, recovery goals, and objectives. This program is suitable for individuals who are pursuing vocational or educational goals, but still are in need of support services for substance use and addiction. The program is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services and receives oversight from the Erie County Department of Mental Health and the Niagara County Department of Mental Health .

For bed availability, please visit the OASAS Bed Availability Dashboard. To find information on Cazenovia Recovery programs in Erie or Niagara counties, select Erie or Niagara as the county, and click Apply. You can then look through the results for our programs by name. Please note that this dashboard will give you a general idea about potential openings, but it may not be completely accurate due to emergency placements and other factors. For more information on admission, please contact our Intake Coordinators at (716) 852-4331 ext. 304.

Included Services:

  • Individualized service planning
  • Community integration
  • Weekly individual and group counseling
  • Relapse prevention strategies
  • Case management
  • Participation in Erie County Social Services SCOPE Program, which allows residents to work and save money designated to assist in transitioning to independent living
  • Recreational and social therapies
  • Reflexology
  • Quarterly merit awards
  • Discharge planning and housing referrals
  • Up to $350 security rental stipend (upon successful discharge) to assist with obtaining affordable housing
  • Trauma-informed approach to care
  • Staff available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week
  • Peer-style living
  • Recovery-oriented programming
  • Vocational services, including job coaching and resume development
  • Coordination with employment readiness programs
  • Linkage to off-site mental health counseling as appropriate
  • Adult daily living skills training
  • Positive working relationships with the criminal justice system

Program Facility:

  • Peer-connected two-or three-bedroom apartments in single or double homes with individual bedrooms for each resident
  • All apartments are located within close access to transportation and community resources, such as shopping, schools, and hospitals
  • Properties are conveniently located close to the agency’s community residential programs

Admission Criteria:

  • Men and women 18 years of age or older
  • Must have a have a diagnosis of a substance use disorder and have abstained from alcohol and chemical substances for a minimum of 90 days
  • Must have completed either intensive residential or community residential programs
  • Capable of maintaining prolonged periods of abstinence with continued structure and a minimal degree of supervision
  • To apply to Supportive Living, please follow these steps

Program Funding:

Contact the Supportive Living Office

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