The Liberty Resources Behavioral Health center, an Article 31 Outpatient Clinic licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH), also known as the Brownell Center, is the largest provider of outpatient mental health services in Central New York. Using a number of evidence-based practices, Brownell Center provides individual, family, and group therapy; co-occurring substance abuse and mental health treatment; psychiatric evaluation; and medication management services to adults, children, and families.
The Cayuga County Mobile Crisis project is another new OMH-funded Liberty Resources endeavor that provides an immediate, comprehensive response to Cayuga County residents in crisis situations, using a multidisciplinary team approach provided by a crisis response team consisting of a licensed clinician, a case manager, and a peer specialist.
While the primary goal of this transformative respite program is on decreasing avoidable hospital admissions and readmissions, the ultimate goal is to create a system where persons centered services are provided to individuals when they need it. Liberty Resources Crisis Bed Respite Center serves adults in Madison County and the surrounding Central New York area. Length of stay…
The Family Support Services Program provides outpatient therapeutic treatment to children and families involved with Tompkins County’s Department of Child and Family Services.
Pathways Wellness Center provides peer support to adults living in Madison County who may be experiencing barriers to achieving their personal wellness and recovery goals. Through hope, empowerment, modeling, and meaningful relationships, peers and volunteers offer assistance to individuals in managing the struggles of day-to-day life.
Supports for Employment serves individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, visual impairments and traumatic brain injury, functioning as an employment agency that provides job opportunities and development in several counties including Onondaga, Madison and Oswego.
Founded in 1980, Venture House is a 10-bed MICA community residence licensed by the NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH). Venture House serves adults 18 years of age and older who are diagnosed with a DSM-V Axis I disorder/classified as a serious and persistent mental illness.