Employment Opportunities

GCASA is a Best Company to Work for in New York 2022!

(5 years in a row)

Genesee/Orleans Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (GCASA) is a rapidly expanding nonprofit organization located in Western NY that has been offering help to those impacted by substance use disorder through prevention, treatment, and recovery services for over 40 years. GCASA has earned a local and regional reputation for excellence and was recognized as a Best Company to Work for in New York, 2018-2022.  As the opioid epidemic continues to plague our communities, GCASA’s work is more relevant and critically needed than ever before.  We are looking for amazing individuals who want to make a difference in the communities we serve.

All current job postings are listed below.  A completed employment application is required for each candidate.  Employment questions should be addressed to Kim Corcoran, HR/executive secretary, at 585-815-1801 or kcorcoran@gcasa.org.

Available Positions

Click any position below to find details on the qualifications, responsibilities and additional information on the vacancy.

Pre employment background/post offer drug screening required.

Send resumes to:
GCASA, Attn:  Human Resources,
430 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020
or apply online below.

GCASA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Detox Counselor

Detox Counselor

SUPERVISION: Supervised by Clinical Supervisor

Per diem positions available.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

  • Screening – Assist in interviews and assessments for patient applicants.
  • Intake – Assist in initial assessment and required documentation at admission.
  • Orientation – Describe the residential program and treatment to new patients.
  • Assessment – Gather data from the patient and other sources; analyze and interpret the data to identify patient strengths, weaknesses, and needs.
  • Treatment Planning – Collaborate with the patient to develop treatment plans, identifying and prioritizing problems, goals, and treatment methods.
  • Counseling – Provide individual, family, and group counseling.
  • Education – Provide patients and their families with information about substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, treatment, recovery, and resources.
  • Crisis management – Respond to patient needs during extreme distress or emergencies including after hours on-call coverage.
  • Case Management – Coordinate with patients and resources to focus on identified needs and goals.
  • Referral – Identify patient needs that can’t be met at detox facility and assist patient to use community resources and support systems.
  • Consultation – Relate with professionals on patient treatment and services to assure comprehensive care.
  • Record Keeping – Maintain accurate and up-to-date counseling records.
  • Facilitate the maintenance of a group living atmosphere conducive to rehabilitation.
  • Monitor the safety and security of patients and the facility.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and high ethical and professional standards.
  • Prepare for and participate in individual and group supervision, case review, and clinical staff meetings

Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS:
CASAC preferred, or be eligible to obtain CASAC within six months. Knowledge of substance use and co-occurring disorders – characteristics, assessment, and treatment. Personal characteristics of maturity and professionalism with a sincere desire to work with recovering individuals. Basic computer skills in word processing, email, and Internet use, and experience with EHR. Must be addition free including nicotine. Valid NYS license and method of transportation necessary. This is a nonexempt salaried job.

VACANCY AT: 424 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/30/22

Security Guard

Security Guard

SUPERVISION: Reports to the Program Coordinator/Director of Methadone Program

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
Per diem to part time/20 hours per week. Individual will perform security patrols of designated areas on foot or in vehicle. Watch for irregular or unusual conditions that may create security concerns or safety hazards and sound alarms or call police or fire department in case of the presence of unauthorized persons or fire. Warn violators of rule infractions, such as loitering, smoking or carrying forbidden articles, etc. Monitor entrances and exits, observe authorized persons entering and departing the property to protect against theft. Investigate and prepare reports on accidents, incidents, and suspicious activities. Provide assistance to customers, employees and visitors in a courteous and professional manner.

Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and be at least 18 years old or the minimum age required by the State. Must possess State-required training or other qualifications for licensing. Minimum 3 years work experience in similar setting or equivalent experience in security or law enforcement. Ability to operate radio or telephone equipment and/or console monitors, etc. Ability to interact cordially and communicate with the public. Effective oral and written communication skills, active listening skills. Ability to assess and evaluate situations effectively. Ability to identify critical issues quickly and accurately, attention to detail.

Pre employment background/post offer drug screening required. Must be able to pass an extensive criminal background check, to include Motor Vehicle check. Must be able to provide, upon job offer, a DD214 discharge document with discharge status indicated, if prior military history. Must be addiction free, including tobacco. Clinic Hours of Operation: 6 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. NYS driver’s license and method of reliable transportation required. Pass a DMV/State licensing test if driving a company-owned vehicle. This is an hourly nonexempt position. EOE

VACANCY AT: 430 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/30/22

Reentry Recovery Staff

Reentry Recovery Staff

SUPERVISION:  This position is under the supervision of the Reentry Coordinator and the Director of Project Innovation and Expansion.  

DUTIES:
Reentry Recovery Staff provides support to and supervision of residents residing in GCASA’s Reentry Recovery Housing which provides short-term housing to people with substance use disorder who have been recently released from incarcerated. This position includes supporting people in their recovery using Peer-like coaching support and via community linkages.

Duties include but are not limited to: Staff Recovery Reentry Houses. Work as part of a comprehensive team to ensure staff coverage daily. Provide Peer-like coaching support to Reentry Recovery House residents daily throughout the shift and to other Reentry program participants as directed. Support and enforce House Rules and the Residency Agreement. Work with the Reentry Coordinator and Reentry Team to determine appropriateness of referrals and assist with House intake, orientation, and discharge procedures. With support from the Reentry Coordinator and Case Manager, support residents in determining and carrying out their plans for the day, week, etc. Assist residents in the carrying out of daily household tasks including but not limited to the removal of trash, laundering of bedding and other textiles, and the cleaning and disinfecting rooms throughout the house daily. This will include staff participating in cleaning activities. Conduct ongoing and routine safety checks or ‘rounds’ during shifts which helps to ensure overall safety as necessary. Assist residents and other Reentry participants in navigating community services as well as communicate with referral sources to ensure care coordination. Although stationed in the Reentry House, this position may require providing transportation to or from client appointments. Work as liaison between community agencies and residential services when requested. Conduct room searches if need arises as determined by a supervisor. Take part in Reentry team meetings and other GCASA and services provider meetings when requested by the supervisor. Maintain shift log per scheduled shift and communicate with other team members regarding daily events and/or concerns. Write notes in 10e11 on interactions with and support for residents and other Reentry program participants. Attend training sessions in order to expand and enhance knowledge and skills and assists in training of new staff members and or student interns. Be punctual and prepared for all daily shifts, duties, and meetings.

At times, certain situations may arise that extend beyond the limits of your job description. With the support of management, you will be expected to work through with these situations promptly, efficiently, and within the guidelines of the appropriate policy.

Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS

High School Graduate. CRPA-P, CRPA, and/or CARC credential required within 12 months of hire.  Applicants holding the credential currently or eligible immediately for certification may receive priority consideration. Addiction knowledge required. Lived experience with recovery and/or community reentry strongly preferred. Knowledge of community resources encouraged. Valid NYS driver’s license strongly preferred and reliable method of transportation required.

VACANCY AT: 436 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/25/22

Detox Technician

Detox Technician

SUPERVISION:  Supervised by Program Director or his/her designee.  

DUTIES:
Responsible for smooth operation/supplying coverage of the patients at GCASA’s Detox program and the following:

  • Perform admitting and charting tasks
  • Assist with taking patient vital signs as necessary
  • Conduct urine testing
  • Assist clients with daily tasks
  • Distribute food and utensils in the Dining Room, monitor clients and assist in clean up after meals
  • Respond to emergencies on the unit as part of a team
  • Answer phones as needed
  • Transport clients as needed

Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS
High School Diploma or equivalent, have interest in working with clients struggling with substance abuse issues, within the scope of a short-term detoxification program. Two years’ experience with individuals suffering with substance abuse or behavioral health issues. Experience with taking vital signs and basic skills in documenting in patient charts. Knowledge of Universal Precautions, First Aid and CPR. Must be addition free including nicotine. Valid NYS license and method of transportation necessary. COVID 19 vaccination is a condition of employment. This is a nonexempt salaried job.

VACANCY AT: 424 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/25/22

Food Service Staff

Food Service Staff

SUPERVISION: Supervised by Program Manager, working collaboratively with Residential Kitchen Manager.

DUTIES:
• Maintain and clean work area and follow food safety procedures
• Wash dishes, pots, and pans. Stack dishes, glasses, and silverware.
• Remove trash.
• Set up and maintain food items.
• Check appropriate temperature of food.
• Oversee food storage and food handling practices to maintain the areas according to safe food handling regulations.
• Assist with training/supervising assigned clients in the food service area.
• Know how to safely operate and properly clean machines/appliances in kitchen.
• Accurately follow recipes as necessary.
• Serve food in a friendly and helpful manner.

Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS
High School diploma/GED, Food service experience preferred. Must pass drug screen and criminal background check. Must be available afternoons, evenings, weekends.  Must have valid clean NYS license and method of transportation. Basic computer skills in word processing, e-mail, and Internet use. Must be addiction free including nicotine. Valid NYS license and method of transportation necessary. This is a nonexempt hourly job.  EOE

VACANCY AT: 424 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/23/22

Detox Secretary

Detox Secretary

SUPERVISION: Reports to the Program Manager or his/her designee.  

DUTIES:
Responsible for secretarial/office duties for the detox clinic as well as additional administrative secretarial duties.  Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS
High School Graduate or Equivalent, with minimally one year health care and/or clerical experience. Knowledge of medical terminology preferred. Excellent communication skills to interact with patients, visitors and staff. Ability to manage time and organize daily schedule to meet productivity standards.  Must have valid clean NYS license and method of transportation. Basic computer skills in word processing, e-mail, and Internet use. Must be addiction free including nicotine. Valid NYS license and method of transportation necessary. This is a nonexempt hourly job.  EOE

VACANCY AT: 424 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/22/22

Quality Assurance Specialist

Quality Assurance Specialist

SUPERVISION & PURPOSE: Under the direct supervision of the Director of Corporate Compliance/Quality Assurance Officer the QA Specialist shall assist in the development and monitoring of the quality systems for outpatient treatment clinics, residential services, medically supervised withdrawal program and recovery services.

DUTIES:
Assist in the evaluation of the treatment and residential service quality systems, including up-to-date and accurate interpretation of all regulatory guidelines, policy and procedure, corporate compliance and other quality systems. Develop collaborative relationships with staff in such a way as to obtain support, cooperation and shared understanding of the common expectations of the quality and compliance systems of treatment, residential services and recovery services. Assist in the development and articulates a model of quality assurance and corporate compliance methodologies and obtains, organizes and evaluates resources necessary to carry out the quality assurance task of the organization. Contributes to the design of program activities that are researched-based in efforts to ensure GCASA’s programming meets high standards for quality and outcomes for patients within the system. Contributes to the knowledge base of the agency and the profession by reflecting on and articulating practice experience in the quality systems of outpatient treatment and residential service, including up-to-date and accurate interpretation of the regulatory guidelines, policy and procedure, corporate compliance and other quality systems. Provide training to staff, community and consumers as needed on matters relating to privacy, patients’ rights. Participate in development of Compliance Plan and promotion of the agency’s ethical standards.

Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum qualifications: BA or BS degree in related field, Master’s degree preferred. *Must be a Qualified Health Professional (see NYS Code of Rules and Regulations) with at least 5 years’ experience working in an OASAS licensed program as a clinician, quality assurance coordinator or supervisor (or be able to obtain QHP status within a reasonable timeframe). Must have good working knowledge of the NYS OASAS regulatory guidelines governing GCASA programs (i.e., 822 (OTP), 819, 820 and 816. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Individual must be organized and able to work independently. Knowledge of Power BI® or similar data analytic systems helpful, or willingness to learn. Experience in reviewing and analyzing data required. Valid driver’s license and method of transportation necessary. This is a salaried nonexempt position. EOE

VACANCY AT: 430 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/17/22

Registered Nurse - Detox

Registered Nurse (RN)

SUPERVISION: The Registered Nurse will report to the Nurse Manager  

DUTIES:
Per diem position. The nurse is responsible for all nursing related services for each patient and for linking patients to the physicians and to outside medical resources. He/She participates in the Interdisciplinary Team Meetings when necessary to inform the clinical team about medical issues and is available for emergency medical situations. The nurse provides all services under the supervision of the Director of Nursing. The nurse is responsible to provide medical and history screens, providing routine nursing care and overseeing the medical and psychiatric management of the patient in coordination with the attending physician. He/She is also a member of the Treatment Team and will provide input into the development of the Master Treatment Plan.

Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS
Must be at least a community college graduate with Registered Nursing Degree.   A minimum of 1-year experience in a chemical dependency/psychiatric setting, preferably in a detox unit and/or inpatient, partial hospitalization or outpatient setting required.  Must be licensed to practice nursing in NYS and maintain current licensure requirements.  Maintains current BLS.

VACANCY AT: 424 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
3/11/22

Chemical Dependency Counselor

Chemical Dependency Counselor

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Under direct supervision of Clinical Services Director or his/her designee

DUTIES:
Full time.  CD Counselor will provide addiction diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, case management, and individual/group counseling for clients with chemical dependency. Your knowledge and expertise coupled with keen understanding of the steps of recovery will help to achieve success for your clients.  Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum BA Degree in Human Service related field. CASAC preferred, with three years full-time paid direct service experience in a recognized human service agency – with direct service experience in field of addiction and mental health or equivalent. Must be addiction free, including tobacco. Competitive wage and benefit package. Pre-employment background check and post-offer drug screening required. Fully COVID-19 vaccination is a condition of employment. EOE

VACANCY AT: 249 East Avenue, Albion

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
10/21/21

Driver

Driver

SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIPS
This position is under the supervision of the Director of Project Innovation and Expansion.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES
Full time. The Driver will provide safe and adequate transportation for GCASA
patients to ensure transportation does not present a barrier to accessing care. This is a grant funded position.  Full job description here.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Applicants will have a high school diploma or the equivalent, and a clean, valid NYS driver’s license. The selected candidate should have solid driving skills, a friendly yet professional demeanor, and excellent knowledge of the area. Constant local travel within the immediate tri-county region will be required during work hours using GCASA vehicles. Valid NYS driver’s license and method of transportation required. Pre-employment background check/post offer drug screening required.

VACANCY AT:  430 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
8/6/21

Recovery Center Staff

Recovery Center Staff

Description of Duties and Responsibilities

  1. The Recovery Center Staff will be responsible for supporting daily operations at the Recovery Center.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  2. Conducting Recovery Center opening and closing procedures.
  3. Greeting recoverees and Recovery Center visitors in a polite and welcoming manner and providing them with information, direction, or assistance with sign-in and locating programs, staff, or facilities as needed. This includes assigning security badges as needed and collecting those badges when individuals leave.
  4. Operating or overseeing/providing staff support for activities/events.
  5. Conducting rounds per the rounds schedule.
  6. Operating the Recovery Center Shuttle and otherwise transporting participants when directed to do so.
  7. Providing coach-like recovery support to participants.
  8. Assisting with regular cleaning and building care tasks.
  9. Contributing to a secure and comfortable atmosphere at all times.
  10. Courteously collecting demographic, insurance, other intake information and program participation information from recoverees, securing consents, and correctly entering data and signed consents into agency electronic systems.
  11. Assisting with verifying insurance and securing copay or other fee for service as required.
  12. Performing all duties efficiently, maintaining a neat and orderly work area.
  13. Responding to telephone communications with a courteous and respectful tone and directing the caller to the appropriate person or department.
  14. Performing other duties as assigned.
    Full job posting
    here.

Minimum Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent strongly encouraged; 2 years of college or 2 years or relevant work experience preferred. The successful candidate must have or obtain within 12 months of hire a CRPA-P, CRPA, or CARC credential. People with lived experience with SUD recovery strongly encouraged to apply.

Supervisory Relationships
This position is under the supervision of the Director of Project Innovation and Expansion.

VACANCY AT:  The Recovery Station, 5256 Clinton Street Road, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
6/11/21

Case Manager

Case Manager

Summary
Case Manager will provide connections to safety net and housing programs and lead care coordination and integration efforts for GCASA opioid use disorder (OUD) patients and recoverees by ensuring linkages to and communication/ coordination between OUD/SUD, mental health, and physical health care.  Full job posting
here.

Supervisory Relationships
The case manager will report to and receive supervision from the Director of Project Innovation and Expansion.

Duties

  • Collaborate with participants to develop and monitor progress on individualized Service Plans that are designed based on an assessment of needs and include goals and actions to be taken to achieve goals for both the qualifying individual and family members.
  • Coordinate with all health care providers (e.g. SUD, MH, physical health) to ensure timely communication that results in high-quality care. This includes working cooperatively with all treatment providers when participants choose to engage in treatment services.
  • Link participants with community, treatment, and recovery resources and services as appropriate and desired, including but not limited to safety net programs.

Qualifications

  • 1+ years of case management or similar experience preferred.
  • High school diploma/equivalent required; bachelor’s preferred. QHP may be preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills.

VACANCY AT:  436 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
6/11/21

Data and Project Assistant

Data and Project Assistant

Description of Duties and Responsibilities
The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting with all data collection and analysis and outcomes reporting associated with the Access Matters (SAMHSA MAT-PDOA), Reentry, and SOR grants. Full job posting here.

Minimum Qualifications
Applicants must meet the following criteria: strong organizational, analytical, and communication skills with experience supporting people with substance use disorder (SUD) and/or people reentering the community from jail or prison; high school diploma or equivalent; and some college or relevant data training. Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. Data collection and reporting experience strongly preferred.

Supervisory Relationships
This position is under the direct supervision of Access Matters Grant and Data Coordinator. The position will collaborate frequently with the Reentry Coordinator. This position does not supervise any other positions.

Skills and Knowledge Required
The selected individual must demonstrate strong skills in data collection, analysis/evaluation, and reporting as well as strong skills in the following areas: verbal and written communication, collaboration, ability to work independently, organization and project management, leadership, knowledge of community resources, and a willingness and ability to effectively work with people with SUD who are returning to the community from jail or prison.

Amount of Travel and Other Special Conditions or Requirements
Local travel within the immediate tri-county region will be required. Travel outside of the tri-county region may be required occasionally. Valid NYS driver’s license and method of transportation required. Must be addiction free, including tobacco. Pre-employment background check/post offer drug screening required.

This is a full-time position based on a 35-hour week. This position is grant funded.

VACANCY AT:  14 Harvester Avenue, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
6/11/21

Clinical Secretary

Clinical Secretary

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Detail-oriented individual needed for clerical/reception duties in an outpatient treatment program. Responsibilities would include reception, phones, computer entry in electronic health record, etc. filing, as well as other various tasks.  Full job posting here.

QUALIFICATIONS:
High School graduate with at least 3 years office/billing experience, or Associates degree with at least one-year office/billing experience. Must be free of active addiction including tobacco. Pre-employment background/post offer drug screening required. Valid NYS driver’s license and method of transportation required. This is an hourly nonexempt job. EOE

VACANCY AT:  430 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email: kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
5/3/21

Peer Recovery Advocate

Peer Recovery Advocate

SUMMARY OF DUTIES: 
Part and full time openings available. Assists in the development and monitoring of the recovery systems of Genesee/Orleans Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc. They will demonstrate relevant, competent knowledge and skills in the area of providing one-on-one
recovery services and support to individuals. In addition, they will provide linkage with other service providers in the community.  This is a grant funded position.  Full job description here.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum HS diploma or certified high school equivalency. Must have or be willing to obtain Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) – Provisional certification within the first six months of employment. Preferred knowledge of community-based recovery services, substance use disorder counseling, and family systems. Pre employment background/post offer drug screening required.  This is an hourly nonexempt position.  EOE

VACANCY AT:  430 East Main Street, Batavia

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:
Apply online with a cover letter and resume to:
GCASA, Attn: Human Resources
430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-1801
Email:  kcorcoran@gcasa.org

POSTED:
9/1/19

Core Values

Compassion
GCASA promotes an atmosphere of generosity, hope, empathy, respect, encouragement and empowerment.

Integrity
GCASA values behavior that promotes self-awareness, encourages honesty, balance, consistency, collaboration, and trust and utilizes humor, mutual respect and reciprocity of good will.

Dedication
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.

Sustainability
GCASA is committed to cultivate and manage resources to ensure our services are available for generations to come.

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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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Batavia Office &
OTP Clinic

430 East Main Street
Batavia, NY 14020

Phone: 585-343-1124
Clinic fax: 585-343-1197
Admin fax: 585-343-9622

The Recovery Station

5256 Clinton Street Road

Batavia, NY  14020
Phone: 585-815-5248

Albion Office

249 East Avenue
Albion, NY 14411

Phone: 585-589-0055
Fax: 585-589-1501

  

Atwater Community Residence & Detox Center

424 East Main Street
Batavia, NY 14020

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

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