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First Niagara provides funding for Horizon Village Terrace House improvements

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Thu, Feb 12th 2015 04:15 pm
Pictured, from left, are Horizon Health Services' Brandy Vandermark-Murray, Julie Israel and President and CEO Anne Constantino, as well as First Niagara Foundation Executive Director Elizabeth Gurney and Alexandra Wehr of First Niagara. Click for a larger image.
Pictured, from left, are Horizon Health Services' Brandy Vandermark-Murray, Julie Israel and President and CEO Anne Constantino, as well as First Niagara Foundation Executive Director Elizabeth Gurney and Alexandra Wehr of First Niagara. Click for a larger image.

Bank will provide financial support to construct a new withdrawal services waiting area 

The First Niagara Foundation is providing a $10,000 grant to help Horizon Health Services construct a new withdrawal services waiting area at Horizon Village Terrace House. The facility's current waiting area is too small to accommodate the volume of clients seeking substance abuse rehabilitation.

"At First Niagara, we believe in doing our part to help all individuals reach their personal goals. Horizon Health Services is providing the second chance and extra help that those battling addiction need," said Elizabeth Gurney, executive director of the First Niagara Foundation. "We are proud to support their rehabilitation services and programming that are helping to create a healthier community."

"The services provided at Horizon Village Terrace House are vital in Western New York, and we at Horizon are committed to continued quality of care and serving those in need in our community each and every day," Horizon President and CEO Anne Constantino said. "Horizon is focused on providing comprehensive, high-quality behavioral services to those looking to achieve personal recovery. We've already helped hundreds of Western New Yorkers, and with this added space we will be able to help so many more."

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