Dual Recovery Program (DRP) - Program
321 West Onondaga Street
Provides outpatient services for dually-diagnosed clients in addiction recovery. Services include medication assisted therapy, evaluations and assessments, group and individual counseling, medication management, care coordination, and discharge planning.
Give an Hour - Agency
Provides a network of volunteer mental health professionals who provide counseling to military personnel, Veterans and their families, rare disease caregivers, victims of natural and man-made disasters. Services are provided via phone, video, and in-person, one hour per week for a year.
Crisis Intervention and Hotline Services - Program
6270 Midway Street
Provides resources for military members, spouses and families on nearly every aspect of military life: Deployment. Reunion. Relationship. Grief. Spouse employment and education. Parenting and childhood. Offers confidential counseling sessions over the phone, online chat, or face to face.
One-on-one Cancer Patient Support - Program
Cancer Hope Network
2 North Road, Suite A
Connects cancer patients with someone who can relate to their experience and provide guidance. Matches are individualized. While most matches begin with a similar diagnosis or treatment, they also include other lifestyle circumstances and considerations that are important to the patient.