Board of Directors
Joanne Jones, President
Mary McCarthy, Vice President
Debbi Russell, Secretary
Theresa Palmer, Treasurer
Hon. Jeffrey Tait
History of Fairview Recovery Services
Fairview Recovery Services is a path to recovery. We offer professional and compassionate care that is delivered along a continuum of residential and support services for adults living with substance use disorders in Broome and surrounding counties.
In 1970, The Fairview Inn, a rambling Victorian house overlooking the Susquehanna Valley on the east side of Binghamton, opened its doors to three people affected by alcoholism. With a budget of $4 per day, per resident, John and Janice Morrell realized a vision of providing safe housing for alcoholics who wished to maintain a sober lifestyle. From that modest start, Fairview Recovery Services, Inc. now operates a seven-program continuum of care with a budget of $3.5 million.
Fairview Recovery Services, Inc. helps people with the disease of alcoholism, chemical dependency, and co-occurring conditions live independent, healthy, and productive lives by providing a continuum of individualized services and care.
Statement of Vision
To be widely recognized as a leader of innovative client-centered addiction services that will adapt to the emerging needs of the community.
Our Core Values
We promote respectful interactions free of prejudice, discrimination, and judgment.
We promote clear and timely communication to ensure unified understanding.
We promote ethical standards of honesty, trust, and integrity in all endeavors.
We promote a professional environment that is supportive to all and dedicated to the growth and success of our clients.