GCASA services include prevention, treatment, EAP and residential programs. The service area encompasses Western New York with a focus on Genesee and Orleans Counties. Offices are located in Albion and Batavia with a satellite clinic in LeRoy.
Founded in 1975, the mission of GCASA is to improve community health, reduce stigma towards people with addictions and work across systems for positive community change.
Treatment services include counseling and support for individuals and their families. Specialized opiate treatment services are available at the two main clinics in Albion and Batavia.
Residential services provide a structured environment for men and women in recovery. Two levels of service are available; 24-hour community residence and supportive living apartments.
Prevention utilizes research-based programs and environmental strategies to reduce the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Executive Director: John Bennett 585-815-1800
Treatment Director, Batavia Clinic/Residential Director: Shannon Murphy 585-815-1837
Treatment Director, Albion Clinic: Kathy Hodgins 585-331-8737
Assistant Director of Prevention: Sherri Bensley 585-331-8742
Administration, Treatment Clinic, Prevention:
430 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020
Atwater Home Community Residence:
424 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020
Treatment Clinic, Prevention:
249 East Avenue, Albion, NY 14411
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