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Drop In Centers

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Adult Mental Health Drop In Center
Oswego County Catholic Charities

808 West Broadway
Fulton, NY

Provides a drop in center two days a week for adults with mental illness.

Boys & Girls Club SoZo Teen Center
Children's Home of Jefferson County

167 Polk Street
Watertown, NY

Provides a supervised drop-in center for teens ages 13 through 19 years where they can participate in life skills training, recreation, and challenging activities and receive homework assistance and tutoring.

Drop In Center
Mental Health Association in Jefferson County

425 Washington Street
Watertown, NY

Serves as a social hub for individuals with mental illness. Prevents individuals from becoming isolated, provides a network of peer support, and offers activities and social opportunities.

Drop-In Center
S.T.E.P. by S.T.E.P., Inc.

1515 Knox Street
Ogdensburg, NY

Provides a non-judgemental drop-in center that offers peer support, advocacy, engagement with peers, socialization, self-help groups, skill building activities to manage mental health symptoms, crises, and service access, nutrition education, and a meal program 5 days per week. Also offers …

Drop-Inn Center
Brady Faith Center

404 South Avenue
Syracuse, NY

Provides respite and social interaction for the homeless and other individuals as a drop-in center three mornings per week. 

Gouverneur Activity and Learning Center (GALC)
North Country Prenatal / Perinatal Council, Inc

68 West Main Street
Suite 2
Gouverneur, NY

Provides a drop-in center offering programming and activities for young children and their families including peer discussion and support, parenting education, and information and referral.

OCO Clubhouse
Oswego County Opportunities (OCO)

75 East First Street
Oswego, NY

Provides a safe, inviting space that is inclusive for youth and young adults ages 12 through 21 years to develop pro-social skills that promote long-term health wellness, recovery, and a drug free lifestyle, while connecting youth to community supports, increasing youth-adult partnerships, and …

Recovery Community and Outreach Center (CUSE Center)
Center for Community Alternatives (CCA)

115 East Jefferson Street
Suite 300
Syracuse, NY

Offers a peer-led drop-in center open to members and individuals interested in exploring recovery. Provides advocacy, support, and community services for ex-offenders with a history of substance abuse through a membership organization. 

SAGE Upstate

431 East Fayette Street #050
Syracuse, NY

Works to improve the well-being of older lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in Central New York through health programs, support groups, network-building events, and education for providers. Holds an average of 30 programs per month in a center located in Syracuse that houses meeting …

Teen Afterschool Program
Huntington Family Centers

405 Gifford Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides a year-round program for teens ages 13 through 19 years of age residing on the Westside of Syracuse focused on accepting and respecting individual differences, developing a positive identity, empowering teens, and treating them as valued members of the community. Activities include help …

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