Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, New York State is here to provide resources, guidance, and support for individuals, families, and providers who are navigating the pandemic. While practicing social distancing to flatten the curve and save lives, OASAS reminds New Yorkers to stay connected with their recovery supports and with each other. Our latest public awareness campaign #VirtualHighFive to Save Lives, promotes positive messages from real New Yorkers committed to staying connected virtually. Share your #VirtualHighFive with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Governor Cuomo announced the opening of Elements of CNY, a 75-bed residential addiction treatment facility in Liverpool, Onondaga County.
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