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What’s new at Horizon?

hv terrace houseThere have been so many exciting things happening at Horizon Health Services.  We thought we’d share some of them with you.

Horizon is proud to announce our new Detox Service.  If you haven’t heard, Horizon recently took over ADDS Terrace House and has renamed it Horizon Village Terrace House.  Terrace House is a 28 bed medically supervised and medically monitored withdrawal and stabilization service. We provide twenty-four hour care to men and women with alcohol and opiate dependence who need support, counseling, observation, nursing and medical care to achieve initial stabilization from drug and/or alcohol withdrawal.

Our homepage gets a new look. 
You may have noticed that the Horizon Health Services homepage has gotten a bit of a facelift.  We’ve tried to make it easier for you to find out more about our services.  Let us know what you think about our new look in the comments section below.

New video about our inpatient rehab facility — Horizon Village
Have you seen our new video yet?  Go to the bottom of our Homepage to watch a video about recovery at Horizon Village.  Please send it along to anyone who may be interested.

The Horizon facebook page reaches over 1000 likes!
Thank you to everyone who helped us reach over 1000 likes on facebook.  Not a fan yet?  Like us to find out what’s new at Horizon as well as interesting articles and resources about addiction and mental health in our community.

Horizon is a go-to resource for information about heroin abuse.
Horizon’s CEO, Anne Constantino was interviewed and featured in the article, How to halt epidemic rise in heroin use, which appeared in the Buffalo News on February 8th.  Read the full story…

Horizon Health Services is the largest and most comprehensive provider of fully integrated mental health and chemical dependency treatment and recovery services, with 17 outpatient sites serving Erie, Niagara and Genesee counties. In addition Horizon Village, a 50-bed inpatient facility operates in Niagara County, where a 25-bed Veterans Treatment Facility is now complete on the campus.