Fidelis Care
Rural Health Network

Cancer Services
Finger Lakes Radiation Oncology Center

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne County Community Resource Guide

Wayne Resource Guide Addictions Recovery Programs

Alateen Anonymous
Alateen is part of Al-Anon, which helps families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the problem drinking of a relative or friend. Alateen is our recovery program for young people.

Alcoholics Anonymous
The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. Al-Anon has but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics. We do this by practicing the Twelve Steps, by welcoming and giving comfort to families of alcoholics, and by giving understanding and encouragement to the alcoholic.

CSH_web_ad.jpgClifton Springs Hospital & Clinic
Pal-Mac Medical Center
1900 Rte. 31, West Wayne Plaza, Macedon
Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic provides emergency, acute and primary care to residents and visitors of the Finger Lakes Region. Specialties include joint replacement, hyperbaric wound care, diabetes education, cancer treatment and behavioral health care. Inpatient Mental Health and Addictions Recover programs are available at the Hospital's main campus while Outpatients are also served in Macedon and Canandaigua. Family practices are accepting new patients on the main campus and at the Pal-Mac Medical Center in Macedon. Off-site lab specimen draw stations are located in Newark and Seneca Falls.

Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of the Finger Lakes
165 E. Union St., 3rd Floor, Newark
620 W. Washington St., Geneva (Ontario County)
The Council on Alcoholism is designated by New York State as a community-based alcohol/drug abuse prevention, education and information and referral agency with the sole responsibility of combating alcohol and drug abuse. The Council provides community-based education and training services, an Environmental Prevention Initiative, a Gambling Prevention Program, and ADPEP - an Alcohol/Drug Awareness Program for at-risk youth arrested for underage drinking. The Council provides classroom presentations, teacher trainings, parent trainings, and youth counseling services. The agency has worked with all the community action groups, local governments and schools, and staff provide consultation, free literature on different issues of drug abuse, and information and referral services.

Delphi Drug & Alcohol Council, Inc.
Outpatient Office
1839 East Ridge Road
Rochester, NY 14622
Administration and Prevention Office
1732 East Ridge Road
Rochester, NY 14622
Provides Prevention Education, School-Based Counseling, Out-Patient Treatment and Domestic Violence & Abuse Course for Men. Depression, anxiety, suicide, teenage pregnancy, domestic violence and family disruption are issues closely connected to the use of drugs and alcohol. Addiction treatment programs for men. Operates a full service Out- Patient Treatment Program that is fully licensed by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). Out-Patient Treatment Services are provided to both male and female clients, teen years through adult, and include: evaluations, drug screening, individual, family and group counseling.

339 East Ave., Suite 303, Rochester
DePaul's Problem Gamblers Program helps compulsive gamblers and their families through individual and group counseling. For more than 15 years, our professionally trained counselors have offered outreach, education and treatment. DePaul also make referrals to self-help groups such as Gamblers Anonymous. Traumatic experiences, past, present, or anticipated in the future, tend to accelerate the gambling behavior. Thus, gambling becomes a coping mechanism.

Dick Van Dyke
1330 County Road 132, Ovid
The Center, which is CARF-accredited and OASAS-certified, opened in 1978 and maintains 30 beds for adult men and women. The Center operates two, separate, gender-specific treatment programs - one for women and the other for men. The Van Dyke ATC is a "Tobacco-Free" chemical dependency service (the use or possession of tobacco products and paraphernalia is not allowed and nicotine dependence is treated along with other addictions). Services are provided to address the basic health care needs of each patient while addressing the specific physical, psychological, and social symptoms associated with psychoactive substance abuse.

28 East Main Street, Clifton Springs
310 W. Union Street, Newark
FLACRA is a private, not-for-profit substance abuse treatment provider with 5 program locations with over 35 years experience serving the residents of the 5-County Finger Lakes Region with outpatient, residential (Halfway Houses and Supportive Living Apartment programs), crisis center, vocational and youth services. A wide array of services are available including but not limited to evaluations, individual, group and family counseling, youth programs and services, programs for children of alcoholics/substance abusers, codependency programs, women's and men's support groups, housing exclusive to Veterans, culturally diverse services, referrals, etc. For program specific locations please contact our administrative office at the number above for further information.

Geneva General Hospital
196 North Street, Geneva
The Chemical Dependency Detoxification Center provides a confidential, safe, hospital-based medical detoxification program from alcohol and other drugs; offers hope and acceptance; motivates the chemically dependent individual and the family to join in the recovery process; and believes everyone affected by the disease of chemical dependency deserves the opportunity to improve the quality of his/her life and promote wellness.

Hannick Hall - Catholic Family Center
or Intake Coordinator 585.342.8202
The focus of this program is for women to develop the skills to achieve abstinence and maintain recovery from drug addiction. This means that treatment addresses all aspects of the person: mental, physical, emotional and spiritual. Women who complete this program leave with a plan in place for continued recovery, usually with an outpatient drug treatment provider. Other services support parenting, education, employment, mental health, physical health and housing needs. Women who are admitted must have a diagnosis of chemical dependency. The most frequent diagnoses are alcohol, cocaine and heroin addiction. The majority of women also have mental health and physical health problems. Examples include anxiety, depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, eating disorders, personality disorders, HIV, AIDS, diabetes, high blood pressure, multiple sclerosis, ob/gyn problems, sexually transmitted diseases, ulcers, migraines, etc. Women in need of this level of care must, by regulation, "need substantial social habilitation or rehabilitation and have demonstrated an inability to remain abstinent outside of a highly structured setting." Many times this means previous non-compliance or relapse in outpatient services. It also means deficits in education and employment, poor health care, poor problem solving and planning skills, poor social skills and a pattern of violent or abusive relationships.

1-877-8-HOPENY (877.846.7369)
Find help for Alcoholism, Drug Abuse, Problem Gambling. Offering help and hope 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for alcoholism, drug abuse and problem gambling. All calls are toll-free, anonymous and confidential.

Narcotics_Anonymous_ad.jpgNarcotics Anonymous
Anonymous hotline for narcotics addicts, providing crisis counseling, information and referral.

Narcotics Anonymous - Finger Lakes Area
Recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. A program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. Program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. Anyone may join us, regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion or lack of religion. See .Support Groups.section.

Unity Health
Brighton, Greece & Rochester
Unity Chemical Dependency provides the most comprehensive and personalized treatment services in Western New York for adolescents, adults, older adults, and their families. The highly specialized outpatient programs, inpatient rehabilitation, and residential programs help clients and their families recover from addiction and get their lives back. Unity offers comprehensive: family programs and support, inpatient, outpatient, and residential programs, three convenient locations: Brighton, Greece and Rochester.

Veteran's Administration Substance Abuse Treatment Program
400 Fort Hill Ave., Canandaigua

Wayne Behavioral Health Network
1519 Nye Road, Lyons
Wayne Behavioral Health Network is an agency which treats individuals with mental health, substance abuse and behavioral problems. Individual, group and family treatment is available. Treatment is coordinated with your primary care physician and covered by many types of insurances. Services can be initiated by calling 315.946.5722 to set up an intake appointment. Client must meet admission criteria. Hours: Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8:30 - 5pm, Tues. & Wed. 8:30 - 8pm.


Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of the Finger Lakes