- Mental Health
Cayuga County Community Mental Health Center has professionally trained staff who provide confidential treatment designed to reduce symptoms, improve patient functioning, and provide ongoing support.
We provide services to Cayuga County residents regardless of age, color, creed, economic status, gender, national origin, race, or sexual orientation.
Our services include:
We offer support to individuals in the community 24 hours a day.
The outpatient clinic program provides mental health treatment for individuals and families. The clinic utilizes a team approach to provide assessment, treatment, and support.
We help adults with complicated health needs that include multiple chronic health conditions and/or ongoing psychiatric conditions.
FAST (Families Access to Services Team)
FAST provides a single door for families with children demonstrating significant behavioral health challenges to access an array of home and community-based services.
Cayuga County partners with Liberty Resources to provide crisis respite for individuals 18 years or older experiencing an emotional or mental health crisis that can be safely diverted from the hospital.
Single Point Of Access (SPOA)
SPOA helps connect individuals who are diagnosed with a mental illness to hosueing and care management services in the community.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
The ACT Team is a mobile, multidisciplinary, mental health team that brings support services and delivers comprehensive, person-centered treatment and rehabilitation to individuals over the age of 18 diagnosed with a mental illness.