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Counseling Services - Program
Catholic Charities of Oneida/Madison County

1408 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides outpatient individual, couple, and family counseling. Offers educational programs and consultation for parenting as well as provides information and referral services as needed.  Does not prescribe medication.

Family & Children's Counseling Services - Agency

201 Cedar Street
Oneida, NY

Provides mental health counseling for youth, adults, and families. Offers substance use disorder treatment and recovery supports including individual and group counseling, peer services, and mobile outreach as well as outpatient services for individuals with co-occuring mental health and substance use disorders. Provides Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and integreated primary care services.

ADHD & Autism Psychological Services and Advocacy - Agency

122 Business Park Drive
Suite 1
Utica, NY

Provides outpatient mental health treatment for individuals ages 2 years and older, including assessment for developmental disabilities, including ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders and related neuropsychological disorders.

Cornerstone Mobile Counseling - Agency

417 East German Street
Herkimer, NY

Connects low-income individuals and families to a local licensed counselor on the same day when possible. Counselors go to where the client is located (either in the home or a public place) and provide mental health counseling, case management, and support.

Clinical Services - Program
Center for Family Life and Recovery

502 Court Street
Suite 401
Utica, NY

Provides counseling services to children, youth, adults, couples and families focusing on family relationship, parenting, and substance abuse. Offers an Employee Assistance Program as well as Teen Aggression Reduction to address bullying and issues surrounding youth violence. 

Health & Wellness - Program
ARISE Child and Family Service, Inc.

635 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers health care advocacy, diabetes and chronic disease prevention, outpatient mental health services and school-based mental health services.  

Family Therapy Programs - Program
Cayuga Centers

403 Court Street
2nd Floor
Utica, NY

Provides an evidence-based family therapy program for families with children. Services are for youth and their families at risk and/or presenting with delinquency, family conflict, truancy, violence, substance use, gang-related behavior, and other behavioral disorders.Offers the therapies of Functional Family Therapy(FFT), Functional Family Therapy - Therapeutic Case Management services for (FFT-TCM), and Multisystemic Therapy (MST).

Veteran Care - Program
Charles T. Sitrin Health Care Center

2050 Tilden Avenue
New Hartford, NY

Provides Military rehabilitation and civilian reentry needs of injured service members and veterans.  Treats individuals with the following: Post-Traumatic Stress. Depression and anxiety. Suicidal ideations. Traumatic brain injury. Spinal cord injuries. Orthopedic diagnoses. Multiple trauma. Central and peripheral vestibular disorders. Chronic pain. Offers social and athletic activities for Veterans that happens once a month.

Mental Health Clinic - Program
Madison County Mental Health Department

138 N Court Street
Wampsville, NY

Provides community mental health services and outpatient services including: Individual therapy. Group therapy. Marital and family therapy. Referrals to mental health providers as needed. Crisis Services.  Teletherapy.  Provides temporary coverage for the cost of medications for individuals with a mental illness who leave the local jail or a local hospital, and have applied for Medicaid (Chapter 15 of Kendra’s Law). The Medication Grant program provides funding to counties to …

Mental Health Services - Program
Herkimer County Mental Health Services

301 N Washington Street
Suite 2470
Herkimer, NY

Provides a mental health clinic for adults with serious emotional disorders or mental illness. Provides temporary coverage for the cost of medications for individuals with a mental illness who leave the local jail or a local hospital, and have applied for Medicaid (Chapter 15 of Kendra’s Law). The Medication Grant program provides funding to counties to pay for the individual’s mental health medications (and some other medications) while they await activation of their Medicaid case. 

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