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About Beacon Center

Beacon Center has established itself as a premier provider of outpatient substance use disorder services since 1990 providing services to individuals and their families throughout Western and Central New York. In addition to outpatient substance use disorder services we established an Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) to provide methadone maintenance to those with an opioid use disorder during this time of crisis. This OTP serves those located in the City of Rome, NY and surrounding areas. We also operate a community reintegration home, the Albert O. Nichols House, for men who have achieved some abstinence and are working toward the goal of long term recovery. All of our programs are fully certified by New York State, and all of our services are strictly confidential. One of Western New York’s largest woman-owned businesses, Beacon Center’s philosophy is that substance use disorder is treatable and that all patients should be accorded dignity and respect with the goal of restoring their lives. For more information about our services, or to make an appointment for an evaluation please call us at the number provided below.

Our Mission

Recognizing that recovery is possible for those with a substance use disorder, Beacon Center is committed to offering the best treatment available at the level of least intrusion in patients’ lives. Patient’s treatment plans are indidualized and groups are offered to meet unique needs. The programs that Beacon Center has offered have evolved over the years as the needs of our patients have changed, but our commitment to specialized, person centered services has remained the same. The care offered must be affordable and must reaffirm the individual’s self-worth and inherent human dignity, to this end, staff must be caring, compassionate, and professionally competent, and the facility must be discreet, attractive, comfortable, and accessible.

Contact Information

Western New York: (716) 831-1937
Central New York:  (315) 717-0189
(716) 831-8837
Postal address
3354 Sheridan Drive
Amherst, NY 14226
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