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    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of mental health/mental illness.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Advisory/Advocacy ServicesMental Health Association in New York State advocates for public policies, mental health information centers, consumer business outreach prograpms, parents with psychiatric disabilities initiatives, and community mental health promotion Initiatives. AlbanyADVOCACYMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION IN NEW YORK STATE (MHANYS)
    Advisory/Advocacy ServicesOffers a forum for past and present recipients of mental health services to meet and help organize, design and advocate in various ways to change public policy, systems and legislation for mental health-related causes.FranklinPEER NETWORKING GROUP OF THE ADIRONDACKSCOMMUNTIY CONNECTIONS OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTY
    Case/Care Management ServicesA team of agency representatives from across systems reviews requests for services. Separate adult and child SPOAs exist. The adult SPOA reviews applications for Intensive and Supportive Case Management services, along with requests for housing. The children's tem reviews requests for Intensive Case Management, Supportive Case Management, Family Support, mentors and waiver.SchoharieSINGLE POINT OF ACCESS (SPOA)SCHOHARIE COUNTY OFFICE OF COMMUNITY SERVICES
    Education/Training ServicesProvides conferences, and other awareness formats to educate the general public, or specific groups or professionals regarding mental health or substance abuse issues.FranklinCOMMUNITY EDUCATION AND AWARENESSNORTH COUNTRY BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE NETWORK
    Education/Training ServicesOffers individual referrals, speakers, etc. to educate groups, businesses, agencies about mental health issues.ClintonMENTAL HEALTH ADVOCACYBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Housing ServicesCertified Apartment Program provides affordable housing, intensive skills training and ongoing support to individuals with a severe and persistent mental illness. The program is intended to be transitional in nature and is designed to improve an individual's community living skills level to the point where they are able to move on to a more independent housing option. The program utilizes both single and double scattered site rental units located in the City of Schenectady and has the capacity to serve 40 individuals at any given time. The level of service provided by staff varies according to the needs of each individual. SchenectadyCERTIFIED APARTMENT PROGRAMMOHAWK OPPORTUNITIES
    Information/Referral ServicesOffers a library of information and referral materials through the loaner library that can offer a wide variety of educational information on mental health issues, and other related topics. Also maintains a lists of psychologists or psychiatrists in the area if anyone needs a referral.FranklinMENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE INFORMATIONCOMMUNTIY CONNECTIONS OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTY
    Information/Referral ServicesProvides information regarding mental health issues and referrals to agencies for severe or chronic mental illness.FranklinMENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE INFORMATIONFRANKLIN COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES
    Information/Referral ServicesProvides people with referrals to mental health or substance abuse related services or resources in the North Country region.FranklinMENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE INFORMATIONNORTH COUNTRY BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE NETWORK
    Information/Referral ServicesProvides information, referrals and other resources for issues with drug and alcohol, suicide, disasters, general mental health, etc. Also provides a number of online resources and links to help people find information and services.SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE INFORMATIONSUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (SAMHSA)
    Mental Health AdvocacyProvides mental health advocacy services for clients who need assistance for various issues.FranklinMENTAL HEALTH ADVOCACYCOMMUNTIY CONNECTIONS OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTY
    Mental Health ServicesCDPC has a 24-hour telephone evaluation service for individuals, family members and friends of those with mental illness. Services include evaluation if an individual is suicidal, homicidal, or at risk to harm themselves or others. This is an evaluation service, not a helpline or support chat line.Albany24-HOUR TELEPHONE EVALUATIONCAPITAL DISTRICT PSYCHIATRIC CENTER (CDPC)
    Mental Health ServicesCaleo Counseling Services provides individual, group and family counseling and psychotherapy; psychiatric and psychological evaluation and medication therapy.WarrenCALEO COUNSELING SERVICESMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT- COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES
    Mental Health ServicesThe CARE Line is a peer-run non-crisis telephone line (chatline) that provides a safe, comfortable atmosphere for consumers of mental health services to confide in other consumers in a mutually supportive manner. AlbanyCONSUMER ALTERNATIVE RECOVERY EMPOWERMENT PHONE LINE (CARE LINE)CAPITAL AREA PEER SERVICES (CAPS)
    Mental Health ServicesProvides information regarding resources and services for mental health issues, including the documenting of complaints pertaining to mental health facilities or services.OnondagaMENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE INFORMATIONNEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH (OMH) - CENTRAL NEW YORK FIELD OFFICE
    Mental Health ServicesEmphasizes individualized goal-setting and support in a variety of modalities, including individual treatment, psychoeducational classes and employment services designed to capitalize on existing strengths. Person-centered, recovery-oriented approach to psychiatric rehabilitation.SaratogaPERSONALIZED RECOVERY ORIENTED SERVICES (PROS)SARATOGA COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

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