Mobile Crisis

Mobile Crisis Support for Behavioral & Mental Health Crisis

The Liberty Resources Mobile Crisis Team responds to individuals in crisis, over the phone or in person, in order to reduce emergency room visits and ensure everyone receives the proper care.  Our team of professionals are highly trained in mental health crisis management and suicide prevention.

Serving Cayuga, Cortland, Onondaga, Oswego, and Madison County with after-hours crisis services.   [Monday–Friday 5:00p.m.–midnight / Weekends & Holiday 6a.m.–midnight]

Mobile crisis teams can provide mental health engagement, intervention and follow-up support to help overcome resistance to treatment. Depending on what a person is willing to accept, the teams may offer a range of services, including:

  • Assessment
  • Crisis intervention
  • Supportive counseling
  • Information and referrals, including to community-based mental health services

Request a Team

When called by law enforcement for after-hours assistance (Monday–Friday 5:00p.m.–midnight / Weekends & Holiday 6a.m.–midnight), the mobile crisis team will go anywhere in the community to provide triage, assessments, and referrals. You can request help from a mobile crisis team if you are concerned about a family member, friend, or acquaintance who is experiencing (or at risk of) a psychological crisis. You can also request a team for yourself.

Find out more:


Cayuga: Cayuga Co. Community Mental Health Clinic:
Contact Community Services Crisis Line:
(315) 253-0341
(315) 251-0800
Cortland: Cortland Regional Medical Center Crisis Line: (607) 756-3771
Onondaga: Contact Community Services Crisis Line:
Youth Services: ACCESS Crisis Line:
(315) 251-0800
(315) 463-1100
Oswego: Contact Community Services Crisis Line: (315) 251-0800
Madison: Madison County Mental Health Crisis Line:
Contact Community Services Crisis Line:
(800) 721-2215
(315) 251-0800
Contact your local mental health clinic or law enforcement (9-1-1) and ask for “Mobile Crisis” support.