Fidelis Care
Wayne Resource Guide Counseling/Parent-Child Mediation

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 skillbuilding groups. Services are provided by Licensed Master's Level Clinicians.

Center for Dispute Settlement
54 Broad St., Lyons
Parent-child mediation resolves issues in safe and confidential matters between children and parents, and children and school. Develop solutions for challenges of truancy and rules violations.

FACT Program -
Wayne County Department of Aging & Youth
1519 Nye Rd., Lyons
Families and Communities Together provides services for families that deal with emotional and behavioral challenges of children in grades K-8. FACT is designed to assist families of children who are having difficulty in their home, school, or community; who have numerous complex needs; or are not making adequate progress despite multiple agency involvement. Provide needed services that include case management, service coordination, advocacy, parent education, and family support.

Family Counseling Service of the F.L., Inc.
165 E. Union St., Newark
6692 Middle Rd., Suite 2200, Sodus
Licensed, Master's-level counselors work with children, adolescents and families to help resolve such problems as parent-child conflicts, school achievement or behavior problems, ADHD issues, relationship difficulties, and other personal and family challenges.

Finger Lakes Parent Network
25 Steuben St., Bath
Serving parents, grandparents and other caregivers of children with emotional, behavioral, mental and /or developmental disabilities. Providing support groups with speakers, peer support, education, respite child care, intensive support services, annual parent retreat, teen programming, information and referral services. Any child or youth with an emotional, behavioral and/or mental disorder and his/her family residing in Wayne County is eligible for free services. No diagnosis or referral necessary.

WayneARCbanner.jpgRoosevelt Children's Center - Wayne ARC
848 Peirson Ave., Newark
A private not- for profit parent based organization providing early intervention and preschool services for children birth through 5 with and without disabilities. Services include evaluations, preschool education, therapy services, service coordination, autism supports, daycare, and UPK. Services can be provided at home, in the community or at our center. Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.

Runaway Program -
Wayne County Department of Aging and Youth
1519 Nye Rd., Lyons
The Wayne County Runaway Program provides case management, referral, education, and advocacy services to youth ages 12 to 17 years of age that have considered running away or actually have runaway from home. The Runaway Case Manager will work with the youth and family in an effort to resolve problems through mediation. A toll-free number is available at 1-800-216-5693 during business hours. After business hours call 911.