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Involuntary Psychiatric Intervention

Found 7 resources (displaying 7)

Outpatient Commitment RP-1500.3400-630  

Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)
Onondaga County Department of Adult & Long Term Care Services

421 Montgomery Street
10th Floor
Syracuse, NY

Works with adults with serious mental illness with a history of a lack of compliance with treatment and a high risk of violence. 

Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)
Saint Lawrence County Community Services

80 State Highway 310
Suite 1
Canton, NY

Works with adults with serious mental illness with a history of a lack of compliance with treatment and a high risk of violence. 

Assisted Outpatient Treatment Program (AOT)
Oswego County Mental Hygiene Division

100 Spring Street
Mexico, NY

Responsible for investigating eligibility and arranging for services of individuals referred and court ordered to participate in treatment.

Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams RP-1500.3400-650  

Liberty Resources Mobile Crisis Team
Liberty Resources

1045 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Responds to individuals in crisis, over the phone or in person, in order to reduce emergency room visits. Provides mental health engagement, intervention, and follow-up support.

Oswego Health Mobile Crisis Services
Oswego Health

74 Bunner Street
Oswego, NY

Responds to individuals in crisis, over the phone or in person, in order to reduce emergency room visits. Provides mental health engagement, intervention, and follow-up support.

Reachout of Saint Lawrence County, Inc

PO Box 5051
Potsdam, NY

Provides a crisis hotline, a mobile crisis team, and information and referral for health and human services for Saint Lawrence County residents. Offers training in suicide intervention and Mental Health First Aid.

Saint Joseph's Hospital Mobile Crisis Outreach (MCO)
Saint Joseph's Health

301 Prospect Avenue
Syracuse, NY

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 …

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