Clinical Services - Program
Center for Family Life and Recovery
502 Court Street
Provides counseling services to children, youth, adults, couples and families focusing on family relationship, parenting, and substance abuse. Offers an Employee Assistance Program. Offers Teen Aggression Reduction that addresses bullying and issues surrounding youth violence.
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.
Give an Hour - Program
Give an Hour
5137 Westpath Way
Provides confidential mental health counseling via phone, video, and in-person to service members, veterans, and their loved ones. Provides no-cost care to a few other carefully selected populations, including victims of natural and man-made disasters, survivors of gun violence and their families, victims of crime, and survivors of abuse and assault. Serves the above populations through the following types of volunteer mental health professionals and services: Psychologists, Psychiatrists, …
Mental Health Clinic - Program
Madison County Mental Health Department
138 N Court Street
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
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.
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.