||Mental Health Crisis
Clifton 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.
Crisis Text Line
Text "LISTEN" to 741-741
Support for teens, at their fingertips Crisis Text Line serves young people
in any type of crisis, providing them access to free, 24/7, emotional
support and information they need via the medium they already use
and trust: text. Here's how it works:
1. A teen texts into CTL anywhere, anytime.
2. A live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly.
3. The specialist helps the teen stay safe and healthy with effective,
secure counseling and referrals through text message using
CTL's platform. CTL partners with existing organizations that are experienced,
highly trained, and well-equipped to respond to teens in
crisis: experienced crisis centers, youth-serving organizations, and
experts in the youth and mental health fields. We're here for you.
Text "LISTEN" to 741-741.
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.
Wayne County residents have continuous 24/7 access to crisis and emergency
services by calling Lifeline. Services include Mobile Crisis Outreach
in which a clinician will come to your home or any community setting to
assess individuals in mental health crisis. Additional services include emergency
department evaluations, crisis appointments, emergency housing,
and extended observation for 72 hours. Call 24 hours. Multi-lingual services
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
First Baptist Church of Williamson
4212 E. Main St., Williamson
Support, education and advocacy for individuals and families living with
mental illness. Periodic NAMI Signature education programs offered.
Community presentation/in-service programs available upon request.
Questions may be directed to the NAMIRochester office.
National Suicide Hotline
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital (Inpatient)
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.
Strong Hospital (Inpatient)
Emergency Room 585.275.4551
Call 24 hours.
Suicide & Crisis Counseling/2-1-1/Life Line
2.1.1 or 9.1.1
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. Hours: Mon.,
Thurs., Fri. 8:30am-5pm, Tues. & Wed. 8:30am-8pm.