Behavioral Health Education and Engagement - Program
287 Genesee Street
Helps individuals with mental illness and substance abuse issues connect with care they need to live more stable and productive lives. Screens for mental illness and substance abuse treatment readiness, refers to mental health and substance abuse treatment providers, assists in retention to behavioral healthcare and supports adherence to medical treatment.
Clinical Services - Program
The Arc of Madison Cortland
701 Lenox Avenue
Provides individualized rehabilitative support services in the following clinical disciplines: Psychiatry Behavior Counseling Social Work Counseling Psychological Assessments Podiatry Speech Therapy Nutrition Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Counseling
Home Based Behavioral Health Services - Program
350 S Washington Street
Provides behavioral health services to an individual with an intellectual or developmental disability in their home. Program includes: Assessment Development of a Behavior Support Plan for the Family Training on the plan
Mobile Crisis Assessment Team - Program
The Neighborhood Center, Inc.
616 Mary Street
*Provides crisis intervention, client/situation stabilization services face-to-face to divert non-lethal individuals from the county's psychiatric emergency departments as well as to find, support and link individuals to mental health services. Some services include: Crisis hotline. Mental health assessments. Crisis de-escalation and de-briefing. Linkage and follow-up to services. Alerts to identify and assist those at an increased risk. Coordination with schools, medical/ mental health …