FLACRA’s CCBHC is a one stop wellness center and will offer a comprehensive array of services that will create access to care, stabilize individuals in crisis and provide the necessary treatment for those with the most serious, complex mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Our population of focus are adults, youth and children with SMI, SED, SUD or COD and primarily low-income/Medicaid recipients. FLACRA’s trauma informed services will ensure an approach to health care that emphasizes recovery, wellness and physical-behavioral health integration.
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FLACRA offers immediate response services including overdose prevention, treatment and community recovery support for addiction to prescription opioids and illicit drugs such as heroin. Through our Center of Treatment Innovation (COTI), we’re working to help those in crisis and reduce opioid-related deaths.
Residential and Clinical Services
FLACRA's 820 residential services provide people with substance use disorders a safe living environment with support for a successful recovery. Our stable, 24-hour supervised housing treatment program offers clients individualized education and guidance with activities of daily living, counseling and vocational education services.
Housing and Vocational
FLACRA 820 residential services provide people with substance use disorders a safe living environment with support for a successful recovery. Our stable, 24-hour supervised housing treatment program offers clients individualized education and guidance with activities of daily living, counseling and vocational education services.
FLACRA’s Independent Housing program helps homeless or at-risk individuals with a substance use disorder or mental health diagnosis find safe and affordable housing. Housing options include independent permanent housing and community support services, Veterans housing, Office of Temporary Assistance and HUD housing.
FLACRA’s Supportive Living (SPLV) program provides people with substance use disorders the support they need to help work towards long-term recovery. The semi-structured living environment provides 24-hour on-call apartment living at which residents continue to work on major functional areas in his/her recovery care plan. Services include group counseling, outpatient treatment and vocational education services.
Housing and treatment services for homeless veterans struggling with substance abuse.
On any given night 48,000 veterans are homeless. 2,399 of those veterans are in New York State. This leaves New York State ranking 3rd among the states with most homeless veterans. Since 2010, the number of homeless veterans has steadily decreased. In 2016, Mayor Lovely Warren declared Rochester as a city without homeless veterans. Cadence Square is proud to be a part of that movement.
Community Based Services
FLACRA’s peer support services offer guidance, coaching, and advocacy to individuals or families with substance use disorders and other health-related barriers.
Certified Recovery Peer Advocates (CRPA) use personal experiences to relate to clients and help them navigate recovery options. This connection serves to create a sense of trust, security and self-assurance.
FLACRA’s Care Management team acts as the social butterfly of healthcare, coordinating care of client needs across all systems.
Care Management helps clients needs not only in healthcare but also housing, food, clothing, childcare, and transportation.
Care Management serves Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Seneca, Schuyler, Steuben, and Yates Counties.
FLACRA’s Family Navigation program is an all-inclusive resource that helps families and individuals understand the progression of substance use disorder, and mental health care needs.
This Peer supported service focuses on family concerns and helps to navigate open conversations between family members, to better communicate needs.
We assist families whose loved ones are in crisis by being the person that they can turn to for answers on what is happening and what further steps can be taken.