New York State

CASA-Trinity, Inc. counselors provide orientation to individuals suffering from substance use disorder and complete referrals to outside treatment centers for appropriate levels of care.

Counselors will educate these identified individuals through treatment with extended-release injectable Naltrexone, provide knowledge on this drug, its protective factors, how it is administered and the contraindications that are present and any associated risks.

Recovery support services are also available to those who are incarcerated.

Participants will receive all this information prior to release from Cattaraugus, Chemung, Livingston or Tioga County Jail. CASA-Trinity, Inc. will also aid in transportation to appropriate appointments.


CASA-Trinity, Inc., in partnership with Bradford/Sullivan County Drug & Alcohol Single County Authorities provides weekly group sessions utilizing “A New Direction” curriculum. A New Direction is a comprehensive, cognitive behavioral treatment curriculum for offenders with substance use disorder. The curriculum is divided into six core modules that address the following areas: Intake and Orientation, Criminal and Addictive Thinking, Drug and Alcohol Education, Socialization, Relapse Prevention, Release and Reintegration Preparation.