NAMI Family Support Group
NAMI Syracuse office, 917 Avery Avenue, Syracuse 13204 (315) 487-2085
Will meet on the second Wednesday of each month beginning Wednesday, October 11th, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
All family members and friends of those living with mental health concerns are welcome to attend.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Facilitators: Marla Byrnes & Ann Canastra
NAMI Support & Sharing Meeting
420 E. Genesee St.
(between South Townsend St. and South State St., next to the Onondaga County Sheriffs Department) Parking and entrance in the rear of the building.
call NAMI (315) 487-2085 for more information, facilitated support
and information or click the meetings tab in the menu
Family Support and Education center @ (315) 478-4151 – crisis and
ongoing supports and advocacy – Sheila LeGacy and Spencer Gervasoni
Hutchings Psychiatric Center
Syracuse – Ross Loucy @ (315) 426-3600 – Several services including monthly Family and Community education series, Family Night
Dinners, Common Sense Parenting classes, Psycho-education/support groups, family and friends handbook, family consultations
Hutchings Children-Youth Family Advocate | (315) 426-7600
Orientation and information meetings for parents of children who are inpatient at Hutchings Psychiatric Center. Call 426-7600 for detailed information.
Depression Bipolar Support Alliance- Central New York-
Adult and Teen Support Groups
Call for information @ (315) 428-9366
Support Group for Spouses of persons with mental illness
Call Joe and Judy Bliss-Ridgway @ (315) 468-9809
VA Medical Center Community Care Center
Ann Canastra @ (315) 425-4445 x51009
Support Group for families of individuals with eating disorders
1st and 3rd Thursdays, 6:45pm – 8pm. – Centre Syracuse 2nd floor,
3300 James St., contact Karen Fernandez-Cosgrove @ (315) 671-2202
for more information.
Family Tapestry Parent Support Groups: Family driven organization dedicated to helping families that have children with Severe Emotional Disturbances navigate and be part of the systems that serve their children and families. Meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 5:30 p.m.until 7 p.m. at Park Central Presbyterian Church (corner of E. Fayette and Townsend St.). Open to family member and caregivers. Must RSVP for free childcare. For more information contact Jean Austin at 807-2936 or email at email@example.com
(315) 317 – 5587
Community General Hospital offers support groups for family and patients together and for family members, call Myrlene Jones @ (315) 492-5652
Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare
An array of services for people with co-occuring disorders and concurrent information and supports for their families.
Contact: (315) 474-5506
Al-Anon, Alateen and other 12 step programs
The wisdom, experience and hope of 12-Step meetings for families and friends of people with alcoholism and other addictions is readily useful to families of people with mental illness.
Contact: Al-Anon and Alateen Service Center @ (315) 471-0191, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Syracuse VA Medical Center – Telephone Care Program: Allows eligible veterans and their families access to VA care by telephone. Contact James Cody at 425-4400.
Ophelia’s Place – Every Body Matters Support Group | (315) 451-5544
Weekly online chat about bodies, our authentic beauty, and how we can live boldly as our authentic selves. Individuals with an eating disorder or looking to chat about nutrition are welcome. Meets Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Go to http://www.opheliasplace.org/events/ for more information or call (315) 451-5544
Overeaters Anonymous | (315) 437-0088
A 12-Step program for individuals suffering from compulsive eating. For meeting schedule visit http://oasyr.org/meetings/ or call (315) 437-0088
Hope Connections | (315) 362-7629
Peer recovery coaching for people affected by substance use and/or in search of mental wellness. For more information contact (315) 362-7629.
Contact Hotline| (315) 251-0600
For confidential, anonymous, free-24-hour counseling, suicide prevention and crisis counseling. Call (315) 251-0600 or visit http://www.contactsyracuse.org/ for online chat.