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Cazenovia Recovery Systems - Unity House

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923 Sycamore Street
Buffalo, New York 14212


  • Residential Neighborhood

Facility Highlights

Employment Readiness Programs

Community-style Living

Trauma-informed Approach


Cazenovia Recovery Systems - Ivy House provides residential addiction treatment services for chemically-dependent adult men struggling with or at risk for homelessness. Services provided include daily life skills education, individual and group therapy, trauma-informed treatment, case management, vocational services, community integration, individualized planning, and more. Relapse prevention and self-help are emphasized to empower clients to achieve lifelong sobriety.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only


  • CARF
  • ADP


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Cazenovia Unity house is a joke. They provide nothing in terms of care for their residents. The Director of operations uses intimidation techniques instead of providing help to a resident. The counselors other than 2 are non-existent. The person who is supposed to be in charge of meals and shopping for the house is literally no more than a errand boy, whom I believe misappropriates funds. He also has his child running around the building which is truely unprofessional. The staff uses residents food stamps to purchase meals and other amenities for themselves (coffee, creamer, cakes, chicken etc.) Someone needs to investigate more on the opperations of this place as being an ex-resident is not conducive to these recovering addicts recovery. I successfully completed that horrible program 5 months ago and feel it is my duty to write a review for potential clients to NOT agree to reside at Unity house. Overall the employees are incompetent and steal residents benifits. Shame on Unity house for portraying themselves the way the do. Meal time looks like hungry hungry hippos as employees do not let residents eat before they do. That place is a disgrace and needs to be investigated.
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Well I'm still a resident at Unity HOUSE and for what it's worth I recently provided a swab tox test quest was the testing place. Mind you I'm a drug addict and staff have a hard time agreeing with the addict about a positive tox when the addict (thats)me. That I did not partisapate with putting any kind of drugs in my body. The two counselor that brought me I'm the office were not interested in what a had to say. Yes I was angry and verbally getting my thoughts in the meeting. My coping way of processing my thoughts is to leave be alone to process my anger and the director stoped me from leaving and things got worst. The substance was buphinorphiny and I'm on a high dose of methadone. It would be senseless to voluntary take the drug. All and all I accepted it for being a positive tox and sit down for 14 day black out. So however it got in my body they say it's there,so I got a new date for my clean time. I love Unity HOUSE it's really nice in side. My own room with A.C. that's huggggga. So I give Unity HOUSE 5 stars. Over all.