Buffalo Valley, Inc. was incorporated in 1979, as a small community based alcohol and substance abuse treatment center. Over the years the mission has expanded to provide housing and supportive services in a continuum of care for very low income, disabled and homeless residents of our service area.
Buffalo Valley, Inc. currently provides alcohol and substance abuse treatment, including Levels I-IV residential, out-patient treatment, and detox. We also provide emergency shelter, transitional housing, and affordable permanent housing to those in our service area. Buffalo Valley, Inc. offers case management, job training and job placement services, as well as GED screening, and vocational rehabilitation. Buffalo Valley, Inc. can also provide psychological evaluations, self esteem enhancement training, and life skills counseling. Buffalo Valley, Inc. works with Community Correction Services and Federal Probation to help people recover instead of doing jail time.
Buffalo Valley’s philosophy of treatment views alcohol and drug addiction as a primary, chronic, and progressive disease and promotes the treatment of addiction and co-occurring disorders in a coherent manner, focusing on both the addiction and the mental health conditions equally while simultaneously preserving and promoting the dignity of the persons served without regard to race, color, creed, gender, economic or social circumstance, sexual orientation, or national origin.