COVID-19 / Coronavirus Update

Liberty Resource’s Mobile Crisis has reinstated Mobile Response effective immediately. 

We are available M-F 5pm-12am and Sat/Sun 6am-12am. 

Our goal is to deescalate the behavioral health crisis, prevent unnecessary hospitalizations, coordinate care with community providers and support our community and first responders with on-site response. 

Mobile Outreach & Residential Respite Services

by Oct 13, 2019Cayuga County, Cortland County, Locations, Madison County, Onondaga County, Oswego County, Programs0 comments

Life can pull you in many directions, making it hard to know where to turn. It is sometimes difficult to recognize when you or a family member needs additional support. If you or a loved one has recently felt low, felt overwhelmed, or experienced a challenging life event—you are not alone. Our mental and behavioral health crisis services are here to help.

SUPPORT PROGRAMS

Mobile Outreach

Cayuga County
Cortland County
Madison County
Onondaga County
Oswego County

The Liberty Resources Mobile Crisis Team responds to individuals in crisis, over the phone or in person, to help those experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis. The team provides immediate support in your home or in the community. Their support begins with learning from you what you’re experiencing and the issues you’re facing. Our team is well trained in mental health crisis management, and in suicide prevention, and they can help connect you or your family with the resources you need.

Contact

Cayuga County
Cayuga Co. Community Mental Health Clinic: (315) 253-0341
Contact Community Services Crisis Line: (315) 251-0800
Monday–Friday: 5:00 p.m. – midnight
Weekends & Holidays: 6:00 a.m. – midnight

Cortland County
Cortland Regional Medical Center Crisis Line: (607) 756-3771
Monday–Friday: 5:00 p.m. – midnight
Weekends & Holidays: 6:00 a.m. – midnight

Onondaga County
Contact Community Services Crisis Line: (315) 251-0800
Youth Services: ACCESS Crisis Line: (315) 463-1100
Monday–Friday: 5:00: p.m. – midnight
Weekends & Holidays 6:00 a.m. – midnight

Oswego County
Contact Community Services Crisis Line: (315) 251-0800
Monday–Friday: 5:00 p.m. – midnight
Weekends & Holidays: 6:00 a.m. – midnight

Madison County
After Hours: 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 a.m.: (315) 366-2327
Contact Community Services Crisis Line: (315) 251-0800
Monday–Friday: 6a.m.–midnight

Residential Respite Services – Short Term

Madison County
Onondaga County
Oswego County

The Nova House, the Madison House, and the Oswego House provide a therapeutic, relaxing, home-like environment for individuals experiencing an emotional or psychological crisis. Guests have private-bedroom space, and they share a common living area and kitchen. Support and Respite Services are delivered by certified Peer Support and/or Crisis Respite Counselors. We help guests who need referrals, and we help establish a safety-and-recovery plan. We are available to listen and provide support, when needed.

Contact

PEER WARM LINE – 24/7
1-855-778-1900

Madison County
Phone (315) 280-0384
Fax (315) 820-0191
Madisoncrisisbeds@liberty-resources.org

Onondaga County
Phone (315) 870-3740
Fax (315) 565-2809
Onondagacrisisbeds@liberty-resources.org

Oswego County
Phone (315) 216-4320
Fax (315) 741-5202
Oswegocrisisbeds@liberty-resources.org

Support Programs

Mobile Outreach

The Liberty Resources Mobile Crisis Team responds to individuals in crisis, over the phone or in person, to help those experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis.
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Residential Respite Services – Short Term

Our Houses provide a therapeutic, relaxing, home-like environment for individuals experiencing an emotional or psychological crisis.
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We’re glad you found us.

24/7 Peer Warm Line – 1-855-778-1900

CONTACT US

Forms and Resources.

Crisis Respite Referral Form

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