Counseling, Addiction and Psychological Services (CAPS)
The journey to a healthier mind, body and spirit starts here.
Mental health concerns and substance use disorders can mean different things to different people. Although there are common issues, everyone is unique. That is why we offer a personalized approach to care and treatment. Our individualized method of care is respectful, educational and focuses on a person-centered journey. If you think you or someone you know may have a mental health issue or substance use disorder, it is important to know and remember that there is hope and we are here to help.
If you’d like to talk now, we’re ready to listen.
Call (315) 234-5918 for an appointment or walk in Monday through Friday 830 am to 4:30 pm.
If you or someone you know is experiencing:
- Mental health crisis
- Difficulty coping
- Sleeping issues
- Grief and loss
- Any other behavioral health concerns
The journey to full recovery takes time. Let us help you take the first step.
Mental Health Services
We treat the whole person by respecting a patient’s perspective, listening to their experiences and understanding their goals. We do this by supporting improvements in their mind, body and spiritual well-being.
Substance Use Disorder Treatment
We’ll work together for the best outcome and patient experience.
We work with patients to treat physical symptoms as well as behavioral concerns.
A complete approach to care.
To give patients the best opportunity for a positive outcome, all of the services listed above can be provided to patients at the same time they are receiving any CAPS service. Our services include care coordination. Coordinated care means assisting patients in connecting with other critical services such as transportation, childcare, housing, health insurance, legal services, food banks and social services, and more.
Care Coordinators are also available to help schedule dental, eye care, podiatry, nutrition and obstetrics/gynecology appointments. This combined approach to care ensures patients can receive continuing care after discharge. Regardless of outcome, patients can always return.