2011 Sullivan County Community Services (LGU) OPEN FORUM -Community Resource for Chemical Dependency Services and Mental Health Services Forum Presentation
Sullivan County Department of Community Services • The Department of Community Services is the Local government Unit responsible for the development of behavioral health service plans for Sullivan county. • The Department provides : • funding for community based behavioral health services. • provides direct services in mental health, alcoholism and drug abuse to all residents of Sullivan County. • Services are available to individuals of all age groups, without regard to the severity of their disability. All services are confidential.
Sullivan County Department of Community Services Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Services • Mental Health Clinic • Inner Circle Day treatment • SPOA – Single Point of Access • Case management
Sullivan County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (SCADAS) • Outpatient Services • Substance abuse evaluations and referrals • Substance abuse education/treatment for adults and adolescences • Children of alcoholic/addicts (COA) and Adult children of alcoholic/addicts (ACOA) counseling and groups
Contact Info • Come in or call (845) 292-8770 daily between the hours of 9 AM – 11 PM and 1Pm to 4 PM. You will speak with a professional staff person who will arrange for you to have an appropriate face to face interview. • Mental Health Clinic • Chemical Dependency
Drug/Alcohol treatment providers in the County • Sullivan County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (SCADAS) • Recovery Center • New Hope Manor • DAYTOP – Swan Lake • DAYTOP – Parksville • Dynamite Youth Center • VERITAS (Lucie Rudd House) • Catskill Regional Medical Center Detox (CRMC)
Mental Health Providers • Catskill Regional Medical Center • Department of Community Services • Mental Health Clinic • Inner Circle Day treatment • Single Point of Access (SPOA) • Case management • Rehabilitation Support Services (RSS) • Action Toward Independence (ATI) • Friends and Advocates for Mental Health (FAMH) - Sullivan County Affiliate of NAMI • Monticello Mental Health Clinic
Auxiliary Services in Sullivan County • Rise • Safe Passages • Planned Parenthood • Center for Work force Development • Teen Link • Sullivan County BOCES • SC Cares Coalition • RSS • DARE program and officers • Footings, Inc
Auxiliary Services in Sullivan County Cont. • County School Districts • CHP Housing (Recovery Center) • PPHA’s (Proprietary Private Adult Homes) • CACHE (Community Action Commission) • United Way – Wrap around and children services • UCMHA (Ulster County Mental Health Association)- Wavier Services • In addition to others not mentioned
County Programs working in Collaboration with Treatment providers • Sullivan County Probation • Sullivan County Drug Court • Sullivan County Family Drug Court and Juvenile Drug Court • Sullivan County Public Health • Sullivan County Department of Family services • Sullivan County District Attorneys office and Legal Aide
Sullivan County State OMH Programs • Mobile Mental Health – is a free, confidential , crisis mental health adult service. The team is composed of experienced mental health professionals who can go anywhere into the community 24 hours a day 7 days a week 791-7123 or 1-800-710-7082 • Rockland Psychiatric Center (RPC) provides treatment, rehabilitation, and support to adults 18 and older with serious mental illness. (845) 359-1000
Sullivan County State OMH Programs • The Monticello Mental Health Center is an outpatient clinic, of the Rockland Psychiatric Center, which provides mental health services to seriously mentally ill persons age 18 and over who reside in Sullivan County. • To be eligible for admission to the clinic there must clear evidence of a psychiatric disorder as a primary diagnosis.
Sullivan County State OMH Programs • Services provided include, but are not limited to, screening/evaluations/admissions, individual and group counseling, medication/symptoms management, groups( wellness/self management, life management skills, co-occuring disorders), and referral services. • The center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. • The telephone number is (845)794-3283.
Sullivan County State OMH Programs • Rockland Children's Psychiatric Center - RCPC is a psychiatric hospital exclusively for children and adolescents RCPC has a wide variety of outpatient services, including school-based aftercare programs, day treatment programs, and clinics. These programs are fully integrated with the inpatient service, enabling RCPC to provide a full continuum of care to the children it serves. (845) 680-4000
Sullivan County State OMH Programs • OMH Regional Office - New York State has a large, multi-faceted mental health system that serves more than 500,000 individuals each year. The Office of Mental Health (OMH) operates psychiatric centers across the State, and also regulates, certifies and oversees more than 2,500 programs, which are operated by local governments and nonprofit agencies. These programs include various inpatient and outpatient programs, emergency, community support, residential and family care programs. For questions about mental health services, to find a mental health service provider or to make a complaint, call OMH Customer Relations toll-free at 1-800-597-8481
Recovery Center • Crisis Unit – Medically Supervised and Medically Monitored Detox treatment Beds • Day Treatment program • Dual Recovery Day Program • Residential Treatment for Men and Women • Supportive living home for men (Smart House) • Permanent Supportive Housing and Shelter Plus Care apartments • High Intensity Program (HIP)- evening treatment for adults • Adolescent Day (DATA ) and Evening(STOPS) Programs • Women's Support Group, Men's Support Group, Mixed Support Group, Individual Counseling, Family Counseling • Gambling Treatment and Prevention Program • Prevention, Community That Cares (CTC) • Vocational Assessment and Referral
Contact information Recovery Center • Detox/Residential Services • Margaret Poziomska, CASACDirector of Crisis Services Unit 845-794-8080 x130 • Assistant Director of Crisis Services Unit845-794-8080 Ext. 134 Grazyna Witt, AS, CASAC-TExt. 131 After Hours 845-794-8080Ext. 132/133Fax: 845-796-3799 • Clinic/Adolescent/FamilyDay Rehabilitation Services • Ed Devaney, LCSW-R • Clinical Director, Residential & Outpatient Svces 845-794-8080Director of Adolescent & Family Services845-794-8080Ext. 190Mitchell Williams CASAC-T • Director of Dual Focus and Day Treatment Programs 845-794-8080 Ext.120 Julia Garay-Daniel, LPN, CASAC
Contact information Recovery Center • The BETTOR ChoiceGambling Treatment and Prevention Program • Ellen Foster, LCSW-R, CASAC-GClinical Specialist, The Bettor Choice Gambling Treatment Program 845-794-8080 ext. 203 • HIV/AIDS Support Services Doris Young Director of HIV/AIDS Support Services845-794- 8080, Ext. 140 E-mail:HIVSupport@recovery-center.com Fax:845-794-8343 Prevention Programs & Staff Training
Contact info Recovery Center Cont. • Aleta LymonDirector of Prevention & Training845-794-8080Ext. 170E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org • Luisa Parker Prevention & Projects Coordinator 845-794-8080 Ext. 117E-mail:email@example.com • Aleta LymonCareCorps CoordinatorMonticello845-794-8080Ext. 170E-Mail:CareCorps2@recovery-center.com
Contact info Recovery Center Cont. • Robert Korabik Sullivan County Tobacco Free Coalition Coordinator845-794-8080 Ext.126 E-mail:BobKorabik@recovery-center.com Fax:845-791-1716 • Administration ~ Prevention/Training • Recovery Center11 Hamilton AvenueMonticello, NY 12701 • Clinical Services • Recovery Center396 BroadwayMonticello, NY 12701
New Hope Manor • Women and pregnant women, including adolescents, ages 14 and older: • Gender specific, research-based approach • Individualized treatment planning • Individual, group and family counseling • Individualized vocational/ educational track including career counseling, vocational assessment, GED, pre-GED, High School, Business Track, Marist College courses on-site • Creative Arts Therapy
New Hope Manor • Parenting Classes • Psychiatric evaluation and ongoing medications management on-site • Developmentally appropriate adolescent counseling • 12 Steps fully integrated into program • Self Help groups • Spiritual/ Religious support based on client interest/ religion • Medical Case Management (including HIV, Hepatitis C) • HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention
New Hope Manor Cont. • Relapse Prevention Groups • Re-entry in Poughkeepsie or reunification with family following intensive phase of treatment in Barryville • Aftercare available for one year free of charge • Mother/Infant Track---All of the above services, plus: • Mother/Infant Bonding Group (Reading/Play Group, facilitated by LPN) • Mothers Issues Group (Support Group facilitated by Mother/ Infant Program Coordinator) • Curriculum Group (Topics such as child's • self-esteem, positive discipline, child development, etc., facilitated by Mother-Infant Program Coordinator)
New Hope Manor Cont. • Mother/Infant Medical Issues Group (focused on physical needs of child, safety issues, facilitated by LPN) • Individual counseling sessions with Mother/ Infant Program Coordinator • Pre-natal and post-natal care • Pediatric care • Education on pregnancy • Individual programming based on medical needs • Developmentally appropriate activities for children in Children's Resource Room, staffed by experienced childcare providers • Developmental assessments of children
Contact information • New Hope Manor • http://www.newhopemanor.org. (845) 557-8353 • Phone extensions at New Hope: • Intake Department ext. 330 (Linda Marie Ferdico ) • Health Services ext. 324 • Education ext. 312 • Executive Director ext. 332 • Executive Assistant ext. 326
DAYTOP – Swan Lake • Long term Residential program for men • Multi phase program • Individual, group and family counseling
DAYTOP - Parksville • Long term Residential program for men • Multi phase program • Individual, group and family counseling
Contact information DAYTOP • Parksville P.O. Box 368Parksville, New York 12768Tel: (845) 292-6373Fax: (845) 292-2245 • Swan Lake P.O. Box 340, Route 55Swan Lake, New York 12783Tel: (845) 292-6880Fax: (845) 292-4652
Dynamic Youth Center • TC adolescent program • Step down phases • Re-entry outpatient • Individual, family and group counseling
Contact Info Dynamic Youth Center • Route 42 Fallsburg, NY 12733 Phone:(845) 434-3370 Intake 1:(718) 376-7923
VeritasTC Rudd House • Long term in patient program • Co-ed • Individual, group, and family counseling
Contact Info Veritas TC Rudd House • 375 Route 55 Barryville, N.Y. 12719 845-557-3535
Catskill Regional Medical Center's Mission • The mission of Catskill Regional Medical Center is to provide the highest quality health care services to the residents of Sullivan County and surrounding communities, in a patient and family friendly environment. The care we render shall address the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the community and enhance the quality of life for our patients, staff and their families. We will continually evaluate and improve our performance.
Catskill Regional Medical Center • A Community of Caring Close to Home! Catskill Regional Medical Center is focused on providing the highest quality care to residents of Sullivan County and neighboring communities through its Centers of Excellence. The sole community provider of healthcare in Sullivan County, CRMC offers the most technologically up-to-date methods of diagnosis and treatment at its campuses in Harris and Callicoon and at its family health centers in Harris, Liberty, and Wurtsboro. CRMC's dedication to the continuous improvement of patient care is reflected by its accreditation by theJoint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Catskill Regional Medical Center Services • Mental Health emergency inpatient services • Adult Day Program provides quality care for elderly, physically and mentally challenged persons needing assistance to remain home. Adult Day Program is for individuals who have a primary medical problem. The program improves the self-esteem of seniors through physical, mental and social activity
Catskill Regional Medical Center Detox Hospital based detox Program of Care: • Referral to continued addiction treatment • Complete medical evaluation • Treatment and referral for medical conditions • Medically managed, acute care detoxification • Professional nature-based counseling • Individual and group programs • Relaxation techniques, including t'ai chi, nature trail, meditation and guided imagery • Nutritional screening and education Special Features • 24-hour intake evaluations • 3 to 14 day stay, as needed • Non-Methadone detoxification from all opiate drugs including methadone
Contact info CRMC • Bio-Chemical Dependency Unitand/or Mental Health Unit 845-794-3300 Admissions are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Rehabilitation Support Services (RSS) • Rehabilitation Support Services, Inc. (RSS), strives to enrich and empower the lives of individuals by providing services and opportunities for meaningful emotional, social, vocational and educational growth. At RSS, we believe that a history of a disability or being disadvantaged should not preclude an individual from realizing his or her fullest potential or ability to lead a normal, productive life. Our programs and services are structured to provide our consumers with the experiences that will equip them to lead such lives in the community. Throughout 12 counties in upstate New York, RSS provides the following types of services for people experiencing mental illness:
RSSServices Provided In Sullivan County • Pleasant Street community Residence • Revonah Hill MICA Residence • Licensed Apartment program • Supported Housing • Invisible Children’s Program • Crisis Respite • Vocational services • Children and Youth Recreation • MICA Services • Multi Systemic Therapy • Adult Home Case Management • Homeless Case Management Service • Intensive Clinical Case Management (ICCM) Program
RSS Contact Information • Orange/Sullivan -Residential, Vocational, Youth and Treatment Programs in Orange and Sullivan CountiesOrange/Sullivan Division Office………… 845-794-1521
Action Toward Independence • “Imagine a world that is accessible to everyone-where you’re allowed to be yourself and free to let your disability be just one more part of you. Together we can shape this world. Join the independent living revolution”! Our unity can be a potent force for change.
Action Toward Independence Mission Statement • “In collaboration with the individuals with disabilities, Action Toward Independence (ATI) will promote the independence, inclusion, participation, and personal choices of individuals with disabilities of all ages in all environments. ATI advances the independent living philosophy, and we achieve these goals through the development and enhancement of culturally sensitive and responsive services, supports, training, technical assistance, dissemination of information, and advocacy for legal and civil rights of individuals with disabilities.”
Action Toward Independence Services offered • Advocacy at an individual level and a community level. • Peer Counseling • Independent Living Skills • Resource Assistance • Benefits Advisements • Self determination • Consumer Participation • Medicaid Service Coordination • Architectural Barriers Removal
Action Toward Independence Contact Information • Sullivan County Office • 309 East Broadway Suite A. • Monticello, N.Y. 12701 • 845-794-4228 • Fax 845-794-4475 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Friends and Advocates for Mental Health (FAMH)Alliance For The Mentally Ill of Sullivan County Friends and Advocates for Mental Health is the Sullivan County affiliate of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI). Primarily a family support and advocacy organization, FAMH strives to expand opportunities and improve the quality of life for all people with mental illness. FAMH provides mutual support for families and social, recreational and educational opportunities for consumers of mental health services. We also strive through public education, to eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness.
Friends and Advocates for Mental Health (FAMH)Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Sullivan County • Compeer (companion/peer) Program • One-on-One Volunteer Matches • Monthly group activities • MICA (mentally ill, chemically addicted) Compeer Program • Weekly Group Activities • Social Club Program • Weekly outreach to individuals in Adult Homes • Social and Recreational Activities at Stepping Stones • Bi-Monthly “Sharing and Caring” Family Support Meetings • Family Support Workshops • And an array of augmentative services (i.e.: Enrichment program, Revolving Loan Fund, etc.) • Referral
Friends and Advocates for Mental Health (FAMH)Contact Information “If someone you love suffers from mental illness, you are not alone” Friends and Advocates for Mental Health Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Sullivan County 14 Pelton Strret Monticello, N.Y. 12701 845-794-1029 Fax 845-796-4390 Email: AMIFAMH@aol.com
Stepping Stones • A member-run Clubhouse, based on the Fountain House model of psychiatric rehabilitation. Stepping Stones is a collaborative effort of Rockland Psychiatric Center, Friends and Advocates for Mental Health, and Rehabilitation Support Services and is located at 14 Pelton Street Monticello. Stepping Stones is open Monday - Friday from 9 - 4:30 as a drop-in center, providing meals and scheduled activities. Contact Director Mark Conn at 845-794-3296 for any additional information.
Footings, Inc • Our Mission"An Agency Without Walls" • NO ONE IS DISPOSABLE. EVERY LIFE HAS VALUE AND WORTH. In recognition of the shared humanity of persons with developmental disabilities and all children at risk, i.e... the need to feel that we belong; the need to feel that we are capable of giving and receiving love; the need to feel that we are in on things; and the need to feel that our lives have value and purpose; Footings, Inc. has as its mission to assist in the empowerment and the development of fully responsible, contributing members in their home community, persons with developmental disabilities and all children at risk.
Footings, Inc • We will accomplish this through the provision of integrated, community based Programs and Services for the consumers and their families. The Programs and Services will seek to develop skills and provide a wide variety of opportunities in the areas of independence, self-expression, choice making, and self-representation. Skills in these areas and the opportunity to use them are absolutely essential and basic to full citizenship and the realization of the goals of real home, real friends, and real work.