Brighton, New York

Westfall Associates

Helping those affected by substance abuse and dependency issues since 1985

Westfall Associates

919 Westfall Road, Building B, Suite 60
Rochester, NY 14618
(585) 473-1500
Westfall Associates, Addiction Treatment, Services, Rochester, New York

Since 1985, we at Westfall Associates have been committed to helping our clients and their families overcome and deal with substance abuse and dependency issues, including alcohol, drugs, prescription medications, smoking and other tobacco products.

Our state-of-the-art, holistic approach to treatment and long-term recovery includes addressing the medical, psychological, social, family, and behavioral factors that influence and perpetrate these complex and chronic health conditions.

We believe the most successful treatment strategies are based on the needs of each individual. As every story is different, so is each path to recovery and wellness.

Our caring team of multi-disciplinary professionals work together to provide a comprehensive and integrated range of services and resources to meet the individual needs of our clients at any stage, age, or relationship to a problem.

At Westfall Associates, we have specialized programs and services for teens, young adults, adults, persons with co-occurring mental health or chronic pain disorders, family members (including children), schools and employers.

Announcements & Events from Westfall Associates
Addressing teen substance use, Brighton, New York
Information and Advice for the Loved Ones of AdolescentsRecognizing or addressing a problem can be particularly difficult with teens, because we know most of them will at least more
Successful recovery is likely now more than ever before...., Brighton, New York
Substance use disorders, clinical conditions involving the chronic misuse of alcohol, drugs, prescription medications, tobacco and other products containing addictive chemicals, more
How to help someone struggling with substance use, Brighton, New York
Stages of ChangeIf you want to know how to help someone struggling with a substance use disorder, the “Stages of Change” concept is a good starting point. It’s based on the theory more
Treating Addiction as a Family Disease, Brighton, New York
Naturally ConnectedAddiction can be viewed as an adaptive response to biologic, social and environmental factors. Family members also adapt to the effects of addiction.Seeking a more