Residential Reintegration Program

Residential Reintegration Program

Our Residential Reintegration Program offers a path to recovery from Community Residence to Supportive Living.

Impact

Improves critical physical and behavioral health outcomes among the Substance Use Disorder population in Steuben County, reducing hospital admissions. The following practices help this to take place:

  • Residents take an active role in their health, personal fitness, and well-being.
  • 100% of residents link with primary health care providers within 7 days of admission for a physical and evaluation for continued care. Residents begin their journey to becoming an active participant in their own health care.
  • 95% of residents comply with follow-up health care appointments. Residents gain understanding of the importance of following health care recommendations, this includes attending follow-up appointments.
  • 100% of residents complete biometric scaling surveys specific to their diagnosed condition. This helps to ensure that residents gain understanding of their diagnosis, learn to self-monitor, and can report changes or concerns to their doctors.

The Weider House Community Residence

The Weider House Community Residence is an 18-bed OASAS licensed facility with the average length of stay between 3 to 6 months.  Formally known as Kinship Community Residence, the facility was recently renamed the Weider House in honor of former Executive Director, Joseph Weider.

Admission criteria:

  • a diagnosis of alcohol-related or psychoactive substance related use disorder
  • homeless in a living environment not considered conducive to recovery
  • in need of continued treatment i.e. outpatient
  • needs a structured 24-hour setting

More Information:
OASAS

Need to Know:
Locations and Contact Information
Administrative Office
23 Liberty Street
Bath, NY  14810
607-769-3410

Hours
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Fees
Free of charge to individuals referred for service

How to Enroll
Participants are referred from substance abuse treatment programs that have served them.

Supportive Living

The Supportive Living program is a 12 scattered bed OASAS licensed program with the average length of stay between 6 – 18 months.

Admission Criteria:

  • a diagnosis of alcohol related or psychoactive substance related use disorder
  • homeless in a living environment not considered conducive to recovery
  • in need of continued treatment i.e. outpatient
  • the individual does not require 24 hour a day on-site supervision by clinical staff
  • the individual requires the peer support of fellow residents to maintain abstinence

Need to Know:
Locations and Contact Information
Administrative Office
23 Liberty Street
Bath, NY  14810
607-769-3410

Hours
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Fees
Please contact us.

How to Enroll
Residents are referred by other OASAS licensed programs.

UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
In re Diocese of Rochester Case No. 19-20905


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT, On September 12, 2019, the Diocese of Rochester ("Diocese") filed for protection under chapter 11 of title 11 of the United States Code (the "Bankruptcy Code"). The Bankruptcy Court has established August 13, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. (prevailing Eastern time) as the deadline to file proofs of claim against the Diocese (the "Bar Date"). If you have a claim against the Diocese, including, without limitation, a claim related to sexual abuse committed by any person connected with the Diocese, you must file a claim on or before the Bar Date.

Please visit https://case.stretto.com/rochesterdiocese or call (855) 347-3773 for more information on how to file your proof of claim.

IF YOU DO NOT TIMELY FILE A PROOF OF CLAIM, YOU MAY FORFEIT YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE ON ANY PLAN OF REORGANIZATION AND TO SHARE IN ANY DISTRIBUTIONS MADE TO CREDITORS IN CONNECTION WITH THE DEBTOR'S CHAPTER 11 CASE.

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23 Liberty Street
Bath, NY  14810
p:  607-776-8085
f:  607-776-4092
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