CASA-Trinity opens Community Connection Center in Dansville
New location will host the AIR Adventures in Recovery Program and Main Street Station Youth Clubhouse
DANSVILLE — Community connections are getting stronger in downtown Dansville.
CASA-Trinity, Inc. (Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse of Livingston County) has opened a "Community Connection Center" at 134 Main Street in Dansville.
CASA-Trinity welcomed the new center with an open house on Friday, Nov. 5. This will be the location for the organization's AIR Adventures in Recovery Program and Main Street Station Youth Clubhouse.
“This is such an exciting addition to the Dansville community,” said CASA-Trinity, Inc. Director of Community Based Services Brittany Jimenez. “Not only are we looking forward to everything this space can offer, but we’ll also be able to engage with residents outside of our traditional treatment environment.”
This center will be a safe space for adults and kids to enjoy and have access to community support meetings, art and music, alternative and holistic wellness activities, a library with both recovery and leisure literature, a gym with both independent and group fitness options and more.
The Community Connection Center will be open Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The AIR Adventures in Recovery Program is a community of sober individuals dedicated to providing connection, peer support, and healthy fun outlets for those in recovery, their family members, and those in the community that choose to live sober.
CASA-Trinity seeks to empower those in recovery to build their community, discover their inner strength, and find their recovery path.
For more information, email email@example.com or visit their Facebook page, @AIRsoutherntier.
The Main Street Station Youth Clubhouse is a free program that is open to youth, ages 12-17, within Livingston and Steuben Counties. It is open every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 2-6 p.m. Youth can drop in or become a member. There will be daily snacks provided to everyone and members automatically become part of the Advisory Committee, giving them a chance to bring ideas, thoughts, and input on the operations and activities at the Clubhouse.
For more information, email Dawn Landon at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook page, @MainStreetStationYC.
CASA-Trinity, Inc. (the Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse of Livingston County) provides Prevention, Treatment (Outpatient and Residential) and Recovery services to individuals and families impacted by substance abuse. Established in 1974, the organization serves Livingston, Steuben, Chemung and Tioga counties in New York State and Bradford County, Pa. CASA-Trinity, Inc. is a non-profit organization with more than 200 employees, headquartered in Geneseo.