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Cazenovia Recovery Systems Inc - New Beginnings

New Beginnings, one of Cazenovia Recovery Systems’ Community Residence programs, is designed specifically for men with a chemical dependency disorder who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Located on Buffalo’s vibrant West Side, the program serves 16 men in recovery while supporting  their mental health and physical well-being. The program is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.

New Beginnings, one of Cazenovia Recovery Systems’ Community Residence programs, is designed specifically for men with a chemical dependency disorder who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Located on Buffalo’s vibrant West Side, the program serves 16 men in recovery while supporting  their mental health and physical well-being. The program is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.

Address

  • 376 Dewitt Street
  • Buffalo
  • NY
  • 14213
  • United States

Contact

  • Telephone: (716) 884-4952
  • Fax: (716) 884-3910
  • E-mail
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Cazenovia Recovery Systems Inc - New Beginnings

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Buffalo

Buffalo Holistic | Buffalo Residential Long-Term

New York Treatments by Gender and Age

Men

New York Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Extended Recovery Care

Aftercare | Sober Living

New York Types of Payments

New York State Financed (other than Medicaid) Rehabs | New York Treatments With Sliding Fee Scale Payment Option

New York Special Services

Holistic Services

New York Counties

Erie County

New York Cities

Buffalo

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