Onondaga County Mobile Crisis Team

Liberty Resources Mobile Crisis team is a partnership with Contact Community Services Crisis Line and ACCESS Crisis Line 

Contact Community Services, Inc. is a multi-faceted organization that supports the social, emotional, behavioral and mental health of children, youth, and adults. The Onondaga County Mental Health Clinic for Children and Youth ACCESS Hotline provides help for children/teens with emotional or behavioral challenges.

For assistance, call (315) 251-0800 or for Youth in crisis, call (315) 463-1100.

Both numbers are answered by Professional Mental Health staff who can link you to community supports and services that best fit your needs. Mobile Crisis will be offered for individuals showing signs of behavioral or mental health issues that pose a threat to one’s stability within their home or community.

Meet Our Team                          

The Onondaga County Mobile Crisis Team is composed of local, trained mental health professionals that can provide after-hours crisis services for children and adults.  Mobile Crisis was created to provide crisis intervention and support to individuals dealing with a behavioral or mental health crisis. Until now, individuals have had no choice but to go to CPEP or the Emergency Room after hours due to lack of resources.

Kelly Corbine, LCSW, Mobile Crisis Therapist

Meaghan Greeley, LMSW, Mobile Crisis Therapist

Jennifer Kilpatrick, LMSW, Mobile Crisis Therapist

Andrea Roth, LMSW, Mobile Crisis Therapist

Kianna Cole, LCSW, Mobile Crisis Therapist

Jennifer Bittel, Mobile Crisis Case Manager

Jennifer Redmond, Mobile Crisis Case Manager

Angela Stebbins, Mobile Crisis Case Manager

Abbey Lighton, Mobile Crisis Case Manager

Abbey Lighton, Mobile Crisis Case Manager

Kaci Williams, Mobile Crisis Case Manager

Contact your local mental health clinic or law enforcement (9-1-1) and ask for “Mobile Crisis” support.