Horizon Village, Sanborn, New York

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Horizon Village Overview

Located in the town of Sanborn, New York, Horizon Village is a non-profit intensive residential treatment facility for adult men and women dealing with substance use disorders or chemical dependency problems. The center began in 1994 and is a part of the Horizon Health Services. The organization is a non-profit corporation which was founded in 1975 and provides services for men and women dealing with mental health disorders and substance abuse. Additionally, the organization is the largest provider of outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment services in Western New York. The facility integrates treatment and emphasizes the focus in the cultural, psychological, environmental, medical, and spiritual needs of the individual. The facility boasts of comprehensive treatment programs offered in safe, professional environment. Holistic, person-centered recovery is provided by the treatment center in a setting which encourages clients to focus on improving life-skill areas. The center boasts of a multidisciplinary staff representing the fields of social work, family counseling, psychology, medicine, nursing, alcoholism and substance abuse, activities therapy, and psychiatry. The campus also houses the Freedom Village, a facility which provides treatment services to men and military veterans dealing with substance abuse issues.

Accommodation & Food

The center is designed to keep the residents comfortable and safe and is capable of accommodating up to 50 persons. The center is a one-story, modern, handicapped-accessible building situated on three acres. The facility has 2 single-occupancy and 24 double-occupancy rooms located in separate residential wings. The facility’s amenities include gardens and picnic area, a dining hall and fitness center, and a basketball court.
Food at the facility is served cafeteria-style.

Treatment & Therapy

The center offers some treatment services depending on the unique needs of the client. Some of these are:

  • Treatment Options
  • Residential treatment

Residential Treatment

The facility’s residential treatment program provides various recovery treatment options including a health and wellness program, medication-assisted treatment, family programming, and mental health counseling. The center also provides support for persons dealing with co-occurring mental health disorders like PTSD. Patients are involved in addiction education programs, psychiatric and medical evaluation, 12-step work, group and individual counseling, and vocational and educational assessment. This program also offers gender-specific treatment plans for women and families.
The following are a list of conditions treated at the facility:

  • Drug and alcohol/substance abuse
  • Co-occurring mental health disorders

Therapy Options

The facility offers various options of therapy which include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Coping skills
  • 12-step model
  • Dog therapy
  • Addiction education

Pricing

Horizon Village costs approximately $4,350 to $10,500 for a 30-day treatment at the facility but this amount is subject to change as it is greatly dependent on the type of treatment and level of care a client requires. The facility is in-network with most major commercial insurance companies such as Aetna, Medicaid, Medicare, ComPsych, Tricare, Value Options, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and more. Credit card payments are accepted as well and clients are encouraged to contact the facility for more information on payments, admissions, verification, benefits, and more.

Horizon Village Advantages

The facility is keen on complete wellness both mentally and physically and in this, the facility offers a 10,500-square-feet gymnasium complete with fitness equipment and more. The treatment facility also conducts family programs for clients and their loved ones to help educate them on the importance of addiction, repercussion, and relapse prevention.
This program takes place twice a week and also on Saturday mornings. General family events are also organized by the village as well but this only occurs approximately four times a year.
In totality, the facility offers well-rounded and comprehensive programs to fit a wide range of individuals. The programs and services are specially designed to help individuals suffering from mental health or substance abuse issues. Clients seeking treatment at a facility that is dedicated to helping individuals gain complete recovery will find Horizon Village to be a good option.

Staff

Anne D. Constantino
CEO and President

Anne holds a degree from Buffalo State College and a Master’s degree from SUNY at Buffalo in Educational Psychology and Rehabilitation Counseling. She has held the position of CEO and President for over twenty years and is in charge of the implementation and development of strategic plans at the facility.

Erin DiGirolamo
CFO and Vice President

Erin holds a Bachelor’s degree from St. Bonaventure University majoring in Accounting and the West Virginia University, where she studied Pharmacy. Prior to holding the position of Vice President at the organization, she served in other capacities in different organizations such as Ernst and Young’s Healthcare Consulting Division where she served for sixteen years.

Carolyn Morrow
Chief Legal Counsel

Carolyn went to the State University of New York where she earned an undergraduate and a doctorate (juris) degree and currently serves as the lead attorney of the facility. Her practice and knowledge cover many areas such as corporate compliance, business law, legal due diligence reviews, insurances, employment law, human resources matters, contract negotiation, and more.

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  • Chris Horanburg
    While the counselors may be very good at their jobs ,, the administrator Katy is so self-absorbed on her Power Trip that it’s very difficult to keep a positive focused attitude on my recovery. I was there for three months. From day one she was trying to get me under her thumb. I was there on my own ,not mandated and was really hoping for a positive outcome. The counselors do a nice job to the best of their ability. But the administrator Katy does whatever she wants. Why anybody would hire this person for that position who seems to value your own self worth over the needs of the patients is beyond explanation. I wish I had more positive things to say, but this administrator overshadowed all of the positive aspects that were possible but never achieved at this facility.
6301 Inducon Drive East
Sanborn, NY, 14132