Your primary resource for all aspects of addiction
We, the families and loved ones who have suffered the tragic loss of our family to the opioid epidemic demand that all settlement funds that come to NYS from the litigation against opioid manufacturers, distributors, consultants, or resellers be used to support both the expansion of current services and supports and the development of new services and supports. No funds shall be used to replace current state funding for existing services and supports and that such funds shall be administered by the Office of Addiction Services and Supports. SIGN NOW
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Our services include, detox assistance, inpatient treatment placement, transportation to treatment throughout NYS, linkage to outpatient and medicated assisted treatment services, peer advocacy and recovery coaching for the entire family unit, WEBEX, face time and skype availability for individual sessions and group activities, insurance support and assistance through CHAMP ombudsman program in conjunction with OMH & OASAS.
737 Delaware Avenue, Suite 101
Buffalo, NY 14209
81 Walnut Street
Lockport, NY 14094
At Save the Michaels of the World we recognize that celebrating diversity and inclusion is not only the right thing to do, it is what we want to do and must do for our organization, the people we serve and the entire community. This commitment is woven into our values and beliefs that our organization is strongest when we embrace the full spectrum of humanity regardless of what we look like, where we come from, or who we love. That means both building a more diverse, more inclusive workplace and promoting what we call “courageous engagement” throughout our organization and the people we serve. Save the Michaels is proud to state race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, and / or disability is nor ever has been a barrier to obtaining help. We’ve learned along the way that substance use disorders and mental health issues do not discriminate. We are all the same in that regard and should be treated compassionately as equals.
Save the Michaels of the World, Inc. provides transportation for the Opioid Court System in both Buffalo and Niagara County.
We give you HOPE
We give you the HELP
You are NEVER Alone
A WALK TO RALLY AROUND HOPE + RECOVERY FOR INDIVIDUALS COMBATING OPIATE ADDICTION
On October 19, 2019, crowds of participants walked to honor those who have suffered, are suffering or have been lost to this devastating disease.
Save the Michaels of the World would like to thank all participants, sponsors, volunteers, and donors.
“I came to Save the Michaels in June when my loved one finally turned to us for help after many, many years of drug use. You folks saved his life as far as I’m concerned, by helping me get him into a facility for detox and then rehab. He is now doing well, has 6 months drug free, and is currently in recovery living in an Oxford House. During this time I found that I needed help too. I was linked with a Recovery Coach who has helped me so much. I am so thankful for her and her wisdom, kindness, and knowledge. Which brings me to the reason for this missive. She in fact, has inspired me to inquire about becoming a Recovery Coach myself. Thank you so much.” – Mary
“I just wanted to send another thank you for coming to Kenmore West last week. We received positive feedback from students and staff about the assembly. Thanks again- happy holidays!” – Laura Jelonek, Health Teacher, Kenmore West High School, Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District
“I want to Thank Save The Michaels for helping my son get the help he needed. He is now in inpatient Rehab and seems to be doing well. Without the help of Janet and her staff I really don’t know where I would be.They have been amazing in helping through every step. I am so happy that I reached out to Janet. My family is by my side and the love my son has from family is beyond amazing. I pray he continues to do well once he gets out. I know the hard part is yet to come for the both of us, but it’s baby steps and I know he can do this. I prayer for all the families that are suffering and have lost loved ones. No one really knows what a Mom, Family, Dad goes through in times like this.” – Laurie