Local Resources

Local Hospitals / Facilities


Community General Hospital | (315) 492 – 5011
Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital | (315) 470 – 7111
Hutchings Psychiatric Center | (315) 473 – 4980 | HPC Web site
Hutchings Family & Community Education Schedule Coming Soon
St. Josephs Hospital Health Center | (315) 448 – 5111 | www.sjhsyr.org
SUNY Health Science Center | (315) 464 – 5540
Veterans Administration Medical Center | (315) 476 – 7461 Syracuse Facility

Resources


211CNY | 2-1-1 | www.211cny.com
211 CNY, connecting people with services in Onondaga, Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence counties
Provides a variety of community, social and governmental services related to mental health and more.

Central New York Services | (315) 478-0610 | www.cnyservices.org
Serves people with co-occuring disorders of addiction and mental illness.

CNY Depression Bipolar Support Group | (315) 428-9366 | www.dbsacentralnewyork.org
CNY Depression and Bipolar Support Group is a self-help support group run by and for people with a diagnosis of depression. This group is a member of: The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance and has cooperation from the Mental Health Association of Onondaga County, NAMI Syracuse, Inc. and the Onondaga Pastoral Center.

Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) | (315) 448-6555

Program Description

  • 24 hour emergency psychiatric evaluation.
  • Four (4) extended observation beds (inpatient diversion).
  • Mobile crisis outreach for initial and interim visits provides assessment, intervention and referrals for individuals residing in Onondaga County.
  • A crisis residence service consisting of two (2) beds located at Hutchings Psychiatric Center.

CONTACT (Telephone Crisis Counseling) | (315) 251-0600
24 hours, free and confidential telephone counseling service provided by trained adult volunteers. All problems/presentations responded to non-judgmentally, utilizing active listening skills. Referrals if indicated will be provided. Accredited by the American Association of Suicidality.

Exceptional Family Resources Directory of Services www.contactefr.org
An index of local resources made available by the SUNY HSC which is not limited to only Mental Health issues.

HARTS Program – Huntington Family Centers | (315) 474-1539
302 Burt Street
Syracuse, NY 13202

The HARTS Program is a continuing day treatment program serving individuals seeking support and treament with their mental illness. The HARTS Program maintains an array of services based on evidenced-based practice to formulate and integrate personal goals for each client. The objectives at HARTS are to serve as a place where current level of functioning is assessed and improved while the development of potential for future possibilities is ongoing.

Mental Health Association of Onondaga County | Phone: (315) 445-5606 Fax: (315) 445-1828 | e-mail: mha-oc@mha-oc.org | www.mha-oc.org
6493 Ridings Road, Suite 112
Syracuse, NY 13206

The Mental Health Association offers many programs and services to the people of Central New York including Educational Services, Support Group Services, Advocacy Services, Community Companions, Strive and Anorexia Bulimia Support Groups.

Onondaga Case Management Services, Inc. | (315) 472-7363
620 Erie Boulevard West, Suite 302
Syracuse , NY 13204

Brownell Center for Behavioral Health | (315) 472-4471 | www.liberty-resources.org
1045 James Street
Syracuse, NY 13203
Outpatient psychiatric treatment for adults, couples, families, and children 3 years of age and older.

Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare | (315) 474-5506
770 James Street, Suite 141
Syracuse, NY 13203
An array of services for people with co-occuring disorders (substance abuse and mental illness) and concurrent information and supports for their families.

AccessCNY Family Support and Education Center | (315) 478-4151
420 E. Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13202

Provides:

  • Apartment Program
  • Community Support Team
  • Congregate Community Residence
  • Family Support and Education
  • Follow-Up
  • Independent Housing (Supported Housing)
  • Supported Education and Vocational Rehabilitation

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  1. Is there any support for currently incarcerated individuals in Syracuse at the Justice Center who need treatment and therapy that is not available to them in jail.

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