School Based Prevention Services - Program
Utica Safe Schools Healthy Students Partnership, Inc.
106 Memorial Parkway
Offers prevention based programs and services in an individual or group setting to local school districts including: Bullying prevention and intervention services Mentoring Mediation (Adult is the mediator) Peer Mediation (Student is the mediator) Aggression reduction Crisis intervention Grief and loss Drug and alcohol prevention Leadership and resiliency skill building
Prevention Services - Program
Center for Family Life and Recovery
502 Court Street, Suite 401
Addresses opiate epidemic problems in the community through the Oneida County Opiate Task Force. Prevents suicide in the community by strengthening the coordination and accessibility of services, providing awareness of suicide prevention facilitated by the Oneida County Suicide Prevention Coalition. Provides Family Support Navigators to help those affected by addiction, and to navigate treatment, insurance and area support. Offers locations to safely dispose of expired and unused medications. …
Drug User Health Hub - Program
287 Genesee Street
Provides Medication assisted treatment (Suboxone). Offers overdose prevention, aftercare, and safety planning for individuals who experience opioid overdose. Connects individuals to substance treatment. Offers training to providers to ensure availability of medical, mental health, and substance use services for people who use drugs. Provides on-site mental health counseling services.
Adolescent/Young Adult Program - Program
1508 Genesee Street
Helps young adults learn about their substance use disorder, how to deal with peer pressure, improve self esteem, and how to have fun without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Features individual therapy once a week, group-therapy sessions up to twice weekly, and Family Day once a month.
Center of Treatment Innovation - Program
4567 Crossroads Park Drive
Provides outreach and mobile services to individuals living in Central New York who are struggling with an opioid use disorder. This program makes it possible to go into the communities across Onondaga, Cayuga, Madison, Oneida and Oswego counties to assess the needs of individuals and engage them with the appropriate level of treatment.