About Accountability Circles
Accountability Circles are designed to serve youth who were ticketed for underage drinking or broke their school code of conduct. The program is two hours in duration and is lead by a trained prevention educator with participation from community members. Each program provides education regarding the dangers of drinking and drug use, in addition to personal discussion about the impact of their use on themselves and others. The additional component to this drug and alcohol awareness program is the restorative justice approach, which focuses on repairing the harm caused by a crime. Accountability Circles are peacemaking circles that are about understanding others’ needs and perspectives.
Registration and payment of $50 are required, and all participants must arrive prior to the start of the program. Late arrivals are not permitted and no-shows will be reported to the referring agency.
Contact Gina Henry today at 585-815-1871 or email@example.com with questions or to register.
All individuals who are referred to Accountability Circles must complete the following survey prior to attending their scheduled program.
GCASA promotes an atmosphere of generosity, hope, empathy, respect, encouragement and empowerment.
GCASA values behavior that promotes self-awareness, encourages honesty, balance, consistency, collaboration, and trust and utilizes humor, mutual respect and reciprocity of good will.
GCASA's culture is rooted in loyalty to patients, community and staff, creating an environment where people share knowledge freely and endeavor to bring out the best in each other.
GCASA is committed to cultivate and manage resources to ensure our services are available for generations to come.
GCASA serves residents of Genesee and Orleans counties, as well as the greater Western New York region, providing a full range of treatment, prevention and support options for individuals dealing with drug, alcohol or substance abuse. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, our agency relies on the support of local, state and federal agencies, as well as donations from community members and businesses like you. Make a tax-deductible donation today and help us continue to provide support and care to those in need right here in our region.
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430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY 14020
Clinic fax: 585-343-1197
Admin fax: 585-343-9622
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Batavia, NY 14020
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