Mental Health Residential Services

Crisis Bed Respite Center

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…
Learn More »

DOH MRT Supportive Housing

The DOH MRT Supportive Housing Health Home Pilot Project provides supportive housing services that include emergency and short-term rental subsidies, one-time emergency utility assistance, housing location and peer-based health promotion services throughout Madison, Onondaga and Cayuga counties.
Learn More »

Enriched Crisis and Transitional Housing

The OMH MRT Enriched Crisis and Transitional Housing Pilot Program links individuals experiencing serious mental health problems with flexible, integrative, resilient and effective networks of support in their communities, with the goal of effectively building sustainable skills to support individuals in achieving long-term positive recovery and housing outcomes through our various programs.
Learn More »

OMH Supported Housing

The Supported Housing program is a community-based program overseen by the Office of Mental Health (OMH). The program serves adults diagnosed with a DSM-V Axis I disorder/classified as a serious and persistent mental illness.

Learn More »

Supportive Apartments

The Supportive Apartment program is licensed by the Office of Mental Health (OMH) and consists of five apartments located in scattered locations in Oneida. Staff is available to all apartment residents 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Learn More »

Venture House

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.

Learn More »