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Found 58 resources (displaying 41 - 50)

SUNY Upstate Pediatric Urgent Care
SUNY Upstate Medical University

4900 Broad Road
Syracuse, NY

Provides set hours on evenings and weekends for pediatric non-emergency medical care.

Syracuse University Psychological Services Center

804 University Avenue
Room 201
Syracuse, NY

Offers a range of psychological services to students and the community, including assessment and treatment of behavioral and emotional problems in adults and adolescents. Services provided by psychologists-in-training (doctoral program), who are supervised by NYS licensed psychologists.¬†Offers the …

Teen Institute
Prevention Network

906 Spencer Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers an intensive leadership training experience based on trust in the ability of young people to help themselves and their peers in making responsible choices about drugs and alcohol. Once basic knowledge has been acquired, students provide education and programs in their schools and community …

Teen Intervene
Pivot

167 Polk Street
Watertown, NY

Provides a brief, early intervention program for youth ages 12 through 19 years who display the early stages of alcohol or drug involvement.

Teen Tech Program
Mercy Works

1221 South Salina Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers a two-track program that guides students through the development of a business idea, weaving in social entrepreneurism concepts. Students learn Google Office Suite, public speaking skills, and the components of a good business plan.

The PATH (Program to Assist the Teenage Homeless)
Oswego County Opportunities (OCO)

75 East First Street
Midtown Plaza
Oswego, NY

Provides a transitional living program for homeless young people, ages 16-21. Assists youth in developing independent living skills and completing education goals.

The Q Center
ACR Health

835 Hiawatha Boulevard West
Syracuse, NY

Provides a safe space for for LGBTQ youth to gather and receive support from caring adults through case management services, HIV, STD and Hepatitis C testing, mental health assessments, referrals for LGBTQ affirming clinical services, and referrals to LGBTQ affirming health and human service …

Therapeutic Crisis Respite Program
Children's Home of Jefferson County

1704 State Street
Watertown, NY

Provides a short-term residential program for youth experiencing a mental health crisis and requiring 24-hour supervision but who do not meet admission criteria for hospitalization.

Traveling Arts in the Parks
Oswego City / County Youth Bureau

70 Bunner Street
Oswego, NY

Provides free family entertainment throughout the summer. Most events are held in conjunction with municipal recreation programs in Oswego County.

WACK (When Anger Controls Kids)
Northern Regional Center for Independent Living (NRCIL)

210 Court Street
Suite 107

Offers an anger management group for children ages 8 through 13 years.

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