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Community Concern of WNY acquires Hamburg Counseling Services

Three foundations are supporting Community Concern of Western New York's acquisition of Hamburg Counseling Services, ensuring increased access to mental health services in the Southtowns.

The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation and the Ralph Wilson Foundation awarded $129,440 to support the acquisition and the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York awarded $55,560 to support the expanded services offered by Community Concern.

“The acquisition will expand adolescent behavioral health services, offer a growing menu of services to vulnerable seniors and their caregivers, and provide fully integrated care coordination services to Medicaid recipients,” said CEO Jerry Bartone.

Hamburg Counseling Services Board President Dale Stanley said his board believes Community Concern’s acquisition will preserve the agency’s mission, provide continuity of treatment for existing clients, diversify services, and ensure an ongoing engagement with the Village and Town of Hamburg.




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