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Wayne Resource Guide Mental Health Services

Catholic Charities
180 East Union Street, Newark
Comprehensive counseling services are provided to children, adults, couples, families and groups. Issues addressed include depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual abuse, anger, stress, marital relationship problems, bereavement and parenting concerns. Methods for dealing with issues include individual or group counseling, couples or family counseling, play therapy, stress or anger management or family skill-building groups. Services are provided by Licensed Master's Level Clinicians.

CSH_web_ad.jpgClifton Springs Hospital & Clinic
2 Coulter Rd., Clifton Springs
Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic provides emergency, acute and primary care to residents and visitors of the Finger Lakes Region. Specialties include joint replacement, hyperbaric wound care, diabetes education, cancer treatment and behavioral health care. Inpatient Mental Health and Addictions Recover programs are available at the Hospital's main campus while Outpatients are also served in Macedon and Canandaigua. Family practices are accepting new patients on the main campus and at the Pal-Mac Medical Center in Macedon. Off-site lab specimen draw stations are located in Newark and Seneca Falls.

Everybody Rides
Hillrise Equestrian Center, Inc. 1624 Walworth Penfield Rd., Walworth
Supports and operates therapeutic programs that use horses to promote human well-being and enhanced quality of life for people with physical, mental, developmental, and/or learning disabilities and for people with economic, cultural, or social disadvantages. Currently therapeutic horseback riding instruction is being held at Hillrise Equestrian Center in Walworth, NY with NARHA certified instructor. Call for applications or visit website. Scholarships available. Volunteers welcome! For more information visit Everybody Rides on Facebook.

Finger Lakes CPEP
Comprehensive emergency services including emergency room, crisis outreach, extended observation and intern visits for mental health and addictions. Operates 24x7 for patient use.

NewarkWaynebanner.jpgInpatient Newark-Wayne Community Hospital
Emergency Room
Call 24 hours. Newark-Wayne Community Hospital/DeMay Living Center is a 120-bed acute care hospital with an attached 18-bed skilled nursing facility. Newark-Wayne offers a wide range of services including: Emergency, Medical/Surgical, Intensive Care, OB/GYN, Orthopaedic, Psychiatric, outpatient testing and more. As an affiliate of Rochester General Health System, the people of Wayne and surrounding counties have access seamless nationally ranked heart, cancer and other care in Rochester and through the Telehealth program at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. DeMay Living Center, a beautiful residential care facility offers services for adults requiring 24-hour care, as well as Adult Day Care, Neurobehavioral Care, Ventilator Care, Dementia Care and short-term Rehab and Respite Care.

Inpatient Strong Hospital
Emergency Room 585.275.4551
Call 24 hours.

Lakeview Mental Health Services Inc.
600 W. Washington St., Geneva
Lakeview Mental Health Services, Inc. is dedicated to maintaining and building quality, integrated and accessible recovery supports for individuals seeking mental health services.

Mental Health Association
320 N. Goodman St., Rochester
Regardless of race, religion, age or occupation, one in five individuals is affected with anxiety, stress, depression or grief in their lifetime. The Mental Health Association assists people to find the tools and resources that they need to achieve and maintain mental wellness. Promote mental wellness in the community through educational programming, referral to needed services and individualized support and assistance to those in greater need.

NYS Mental Hygiene Legal Service
50 East Ave. Suite 402, Rochester
Provides legal services, advice and assistance to persons receiving care or alleged to be in need of care at inpatient and community-based facilities for the mentally disabled. MHLS represents such persons in judicial and administrative proceedings concerning admission, retention, transfer, treatment and guardianship. In addition to handling judicial proceedings, MHLS provides advice and representation regarding standards of care and other matters affecting the civil liberties of persons receiving care at facilities for the mentally disabled. MHLS can also be assigned as counsel or court evaluator in Mental Hygiene Law article 81 guardianship proceedings, and as counsel for persons who the State wishes to commit pursuant to the Sex Offender Management and Treatment Act (Mental Hygiene Law article 10).ental Hygiene Legal Service (MHLS) provides legal services, advice and assistance to persons receiving care or alleged to be in need of care at inpatient and community-based facilities for the mentally disabled.

Sodus Community Health
6692 Middle Rd., Suite 2100, Sodus
A federally qualified community and migrant health center providing comprehensive primary care, including medical, dental, and behavioral health services. Full dental services including access to Eastman Pedodonist via tele-dentistry. Full medical services including: acute care, chronic disease management, women.s health, men.s health, family planning, preventive services (screenings, immunizations, well child visits, school and work physicals, nutrition education, tele-retinopathy screening), and referrals. Case management/health advocates for migrant and seasonal farmworkers, minority, and underserved populations. Behavioral health services. Medicaid, Family Health Plus, Child Health Plus, Medicare accepted. Sliding fee scale available. Interpreters available.

Transitional Housing for Inmates/UnityHouse
Wayne County Forensic Supported Apartment Program. Supported apartment program for mental health consumers leaving the forensic system and for consumers with concurring mental illness/substance abuse. Referral required. Contact Wayne Behavioral Health Network for more information.

Wayne Behavioral Health Network
1519 Nye Rd., Lyons
Wayne Behavioral Health Network is an agency which treats individuals with mental health, substance abuse and behavioral problems. Individual, group and family treatment is available. Treatment is coordinated with your primary care physician and covered by many types of insurances. Services can be initiated by calling 315.946.5722 to set up an intake appointment. Client must meet admission criteria. Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8:30am-5pm, Tues. & Wed 8:30am-8pm.


Sodus Community Health