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Saint Joseph's Hospital Mobile Crisis Outreach (MCO)

(Program)

Provides an off-site initial screening for individuals in emotional crisis. Individuals who require a full psychiatric assessment by the physician will be transported to CPEP by 911 services. Also performs home visits with patients who have been recently discharged from CPEP in order to assist the patient in maintaining stability, until the connection with an outpatient provider has been completed.

Eligibility: Individuals experiencing a mental health crisis

Application Process: Call for assistance

Required Documentation: No documentation initially required

Fees: Call for fee information

Madison and Onondaga counties

Map and Directions

Saint Joseph's Health
(Agency)

301 Prospect Avenue
Syracuse NY 13203

Website: www.sjhsyr.org

Hours: 24 Hours / 7 Days

Disabled: Fully Accessible

Contact

Fax: 315-726-8671

Business Line: 315-448-6555 prompt 5

Website: www.sjhsyr.org


301 Prospect Avenue
Syracuse NY 13203

Hours

Monday - Saturday, 8 AM - 8 PM

Staff

Jessica Caruso
Service Line Administrator
[email protected]
315-726-8123

Narayana Reddy
Department Chair
315-726-8653

Disabilities Access

Fully Accessible

Languages

Interpreter services are available 24/7 for those who are hearing impaired or speak limited or no English

This program is offered at this site:

Main Location

Main Address:

301 Prospect Avenue

Syracuse NY 13203

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