GCASA promotes Hodgins to Chief Clinical Officer

GCASA promotes Hodgins to Chief Clinical Officer

By Mike PettinellaKathy Hodgins, of Medina, has accepted the new position of Chief Clinical Officer for the Genesee/Orleans Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse.The appointment of Hodgins to the high-level supervisory post was announced by John Bennett, the...

GCASA’s Methadone Treatment will open August 13th.

GCASA’s Methadone Treatment will open August 13th.

BATAVIA — Patients will be able to receive methadone to treat their drug addictions with the opening of the new Opioid Treatment Program on Aug. 13, Genesee/Orleans Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse officials said in a news release. For the full story, click...

Summer opening expected for methadone clinic in Batavia

By Brian Quinn for The Daily News - BATAVIA — When he was asked how long the area has needed a methadone clinic, a clinic expected to be ready in the next three to four months, John Bennett simply said, “It’s going to save lives.” Bennett, executive director at...

GCASA releases Orleans drug survey results

By Virginia Kropf for The Daily News ALBION — GCASA had exciting news to share in their fight to combat addiction in Orleans County, project director Pat Crowley announced at the February meeting of Orleans United Drug Free Communities Coalition. read full...

Stigma about addiction keeps many from seeking help

Stigma about addiction keeps many from seeking help

Medina – Tom Rivers – Cody Crane urged his Medina classmates to educate themselves about the dangers of addiction, and say no to popping pills, underage drinking and drugs.

Crane, a senior at Medina, worked with GCASA to put on a two-hour forum about the opioid epidemic on Tuesday evening.

Attacking the opioid epidemic

Attacking the opioid epidemic

BATAVIA — An additional treatment for opioid addictions is a step away from coming to the city. Executive Director John Bennett said the Genesee-Orleans Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse is aiming to open an addition to its East Main Street facility in April. It...

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430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Phone: 585-343-1124
Clinic fax: 585-343-1197
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249 East Avenue
Albion, NY 14411

Phone: 585-589-0055
Fax: 585-589-1501

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424 East Main Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Phone: 585-343-8330
Fax:  585-815-1815

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