Fairview Recovery Services helps people with the disorder of alcoholism, chemical dependency, and co-occurring disorders live independent, healthy, and productive lives by giving a continuum of individualized services and care.
They are a path to recovery. They offer professional and compassionate care that is delivered along a continuum of residential and support services for chemically dependent adults living in Broome and surrounding counties.
In 1970, The Fairview Inn, a rambling Victorian house facing the Susquehanna Valley on the east side of Binghamton, opened its doors to three people affected by addiction. With resources of $4 per day, per resident, John and Janice Morrell realized a vision of giving safe housing for alcoholics who wished to maintain a sober lifestyle. From that modest start, they now operate a seven-program continuum of care with a budget of $2.5 million.
- Room and board in a structured
- secure setting
- 24-hour hotline
- Living Arrangements
- Case management
- individual counseling
- groups counseling
- Parenting training
- Support groups
Caring staffs and hardworking. My experience overall is very positive.
I like their policies: No weapons of any kind, No Alcohol or Narcotics, Visitation allowed only with clinical consent.
Our Treatment Center accepts
we provide a special facility and program for the family.