Directory of Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disabilities

  Agency/Program Name
  Catholic Charities - Genesee Street Community Residence

 

  Address
  Genesee Street Community Residence
c/o Catholic Charities
1404 Genesee Street, Utica NY 13502
Attn: Michele Della-Gala

 

  Contact Person Telephone Fax
  Elizabeth Nemcek (315) 792-1007 (315) 792-9873
   
  Program Description
  The Genesee Street Community Residence Program is a halfway house that provides a transitional living environment for women returning to the community from in-patient or outpatient rehabilitation facilities. The program focuses on restoring and building health, independence, and productive lifestyles, following the normally prescribed mutual help model of treatment. Following this model, the Community Residence Program provides an alcohol/drug-free environment where the residents can employ goals and objectives designed to facilitate the recovery process. The establishment and attainment of these personal objectives will allow women in recovery to maintain sobriety and to work toward becoming self-supporting and productive members of their community. The goal of the program is to provide women with a homelike, alcohol/drug-free environment together with access to a full range of alcohol/substance abuse treatment, educational, vocational, social and self-help services needed to maintain abstinence and successful sobriety.

 

  Admission Criteria
  Applicants must be 18 years of age with a primary diagnosis of Alcohol and/or other Substance dependence. Must be alcohol and drug free.

 

  Treatment Services
  24 hour supervised setting. Education in daily living skills. Group and individual counseling.

 

  Fee
  Based upon Congregate Care level II rate.

 

  Discharge Criteria
  Attainment of service plan goals based on individual progress.

 

  Hours of Operation
  24hrs / 7 days per week

 

  Additional Comments/Features of Program
  Program admits only women, and is designed to meet the unique needs of women in recovery.