mental health matters


Catholic Charities of Broome County—Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team 607-729-9166 or 607-729-4909
• Provides psychiatric assessment, medication education and support, vocational assessment, drug and alcohol assessment groups and referrals, family education, and community living skills support
• Intake Process: SPOE Referral

Catholic Charities of Broome County—Encompass Health Home Care Mgmt 607-729-9166
• Assists individuals in their recovery journey, utilizing person-centered practices

Catholic Charities of Broome County—Four Seasons Club 607-773-1184
• Helps members achieve or  regain the confidence and skills necessary to lead vocationally productive lives
• Thurs & Fri 2:30 to 5:30pm Catholic Charities of Broome County—Protective Services for adults 607-584-5305
• Services aimed at maintaining individuals in the community, and prevention of neglect, exploitation, and abuse
• Adults 18+ with a disability requiring protection from harm

Catholic Charities of Broome County—SinglePoint of Entry Program 607-723-9991
• Assist adults with a mental health diagnosis acquire case management or residential services

Family & Children’s Vocational Incentive Program 607-237-1981
• Assists residents 18 & older using mental health/substance use to obtain and maintain employment Greater Binghamton Health Center—On Track NY 607-797-0680
• Treatment program for adolescents and young adults (age 16-30) who have unusual thoughts and behaviors, or hear or see things that others don’t MHAST Adult Program 607-771-8888
• Health Home Care Manager agency for adults, low level case management assessed through SPOE, Compeer for adults—one-on-one supportive friendship match


Support Groups Addiction Center of Broome County (ACBC) The Grief Recovery Method® Grief Support Group 607-723-7308 ext 101
• Support group for moving beyond death, divorce or other losses

Adult Bereavement Support Group 607-770-7670
• Open to all on Tues at 6 to 8pm

The Beacon at MHAST 607-771-8888 x313
• Sat & Sun 12-8pm
• Drop in center for adults to ensure they have a safe refuge on weekend Bereaved Parent Group 607-239-4222
• Support for parents whose child has died, as well as other family members and friends
• First Mon each month at 7pm and the 3rd Sat at 10am

Chenango County Spousal Grief Support Group 607-334-3556
• Meetings are the 1st Wednesday of the month

DORS (Death from an Overdose Recovery Support) Group 607-584-9160
• Group meets for 6-weeks from 5 to 6:30pm
• Pilot program called JDORS for children who have lost a parent
• Both groups meet at the same time

Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA) 607-771-1674 or 607-785-6026
• Meeting at Beacon Drop in Center-Fri at 6pm, Sat at 2pm & 4pm or Sun at 7pm
• Meeting at ACBC—Wed at 3pm
• Meeting at Madison House—Fri at 7pm

Family Ties (Mental Health of a Loved One) 607-762-2887
• Meets every Wednesday at 6:30pm
• Provides support to family and friends of individuals coping with mental health

Greater Binghamton Health Center—Family Support Group 607-773-8229
• Meets the 1st Monday of every month at 12pm

HALos (Help After Loss) 607-639-HALO (4256)
• Group and individual support for those who have experienced a loss of any kind
• Volunteers specialize in grief work with children and families

Lourdes Hospice Bereavement Program 607-798-5692
• Free adult support groups and individual sessions for men and women who have lost a loved one MHAST 607-771-8888
• Men’s Group—Mon at 11am
• Women’s Group—Tues at 10am
• Peer Meditation—Mon at 1pm
• General Peer Support—Mon at 1:30pm
• Endicott Support Group—Wed at 4pm
• Peer Support Warm Line 607-240-7291 available Mon-Thurs 9am-4:30pm, Fri 9am-4pm, and Sat & Sun 12-8pm
• Solstone Eating Disorder Support Group for women—Tues at 11:30am Suicide Loss Support Group 607-272-1505
• Meetings take place on the 1st and 3rd Tues of the month at 6:30 to 8pm
• Located at the Suicide Prevention & Crisis Service in Ithaca Widows & Widowers of the Southern Tier 607-798-9660
• Meetings are a social breakfast format, everyone is welcome
• Tues at 8:30am or Wed at 9am

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Signs of Depression in Kids

Crisis Lines

Crime Victims Assistance Center (CVAC) 607-722-4256
• 24/7 Crisis Line
• Provides intervention, advocacy education, counseling, and support services
• Adult, children, and youth services

Mobile Crisis Team by MHAST 607-766-1369
• Available Mon, Wed, Thurs, and Fri from 8:30am10:30pm and Tues from 10am-5:30pm
• On-site de-escalation of behavioral health crisis situations

Mobile Integration Team (MIT) by GBHC 1-844-HELPMIT (844-435-7648)
• 24/7 Crisis Services 607-762-2302 • Provides basic needs assessment
• Help for children, adults, and geriatrics National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK
• 24/7 free and confidential support

RISE 607-754-4340 or 1-800-754-4340
• 24/7 Crisis Line
• Provides support for issues related to domestic violence The Trevor Project 1-866-488-7389
• 24/7 crisis and suicide intervention
• Services for LGBTQ young people ages 13-24 Tioga County Mental Hygiene Crisis Lines 24/7 607-687-4000
• Available M-F 9am to 5pm—contact clinic
• After hours, holidays and weekends—call the Tioga County Sheriff at 607-687-1010 and ask to speak with the on-call

Mental Health Crisis Worker UHS CPEP Crisis Line 607-762-2302 or 1-800-451-0567
• 24/7 crisis hotline
• 24/7 advocacy for victims
• Free and confidential counseling for all victims of crime 


Clinics and Counseling

Binghamton VA Clinic 607-772-9100
• Provides Psychotherapy (individual and group) and medication therapy for veterans experiencing personal and emotional problems including drug and alcohol

Binghamton Vet Center 607-722-2393
• Provides counseling, outreach, and referral services to eligible veterans and family members
• Bereavement Counseling to surviving family members
• After hours call 877-WAR-VETS (927-8387)

Catholic Charities of Broome County 607-723-9991
• Single point of entry for adults with a mental health diagnosis
• Provides case management or residential services

Crime Victims Assistance Center (CVAC) 607-723-3200
• 24/7 Crisis Line—607-722-4256
• Provides intervention, advocacy education, counseling, and support services
• Adult, children, and youth services

Family & Children’s Society 607-729-6206
• Same day access Mon-Thurs 9am-2pm
• Serving both adults and children
• Services include Elder Counseling, Family Mental Health Clinic, Health Homes Care Management, Home Care Services, Sexual Abuse Treatment Program, and School Based Family Support Centers

Greater Binghamton Health Center - Community Treatment & Recovery Center 607-797-0680
• Outpatient and inpatient mental health treatment center and recovery center for adults
• Peer-focused drop in open Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri from 9am-3pm offering groups, peer support & vocational services
• Crisis Respite Housing
• Mobile Integration Team
• Transitional housing for inpatient adults leaving the hospital
• Open Access M-F from 10-11am and 2-3pm

Greater Binghamton Health Center - Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Center 607-773-4520
• Outpatient & inpatient services for children and adolescents with a mental health illness—9 programs offered and a 16-bed unit
• Crisis Respite Housing and adolescent day treatment program
• Children and Youth Mobile Integration Team
• Open Access—Mon, Wed & Fri from 8:30-11am and Tues & Thurs from 1-3:30pm

Greater Binghamton Health Center - Geriatric Mobile Team
• To address the needs of individuals age 65 or older Lourdes Center for Mental Health (LCMH) 607-584-4465
• OMH licensed outpatient mental health clinic
• Psycho-social and psychiatric assessment and treatment
• Individual, family and group psychotherapy
• Psychopharmacologic medication management

MHAST 607-240-7291 Warm Line
• Connects individuals to mental health providers, service providers, and advocates
• Educational & prevention programs

Oakdale Psychology Associates, PLLC 607-754-1101
• Behavioral and mental health services by high trained professionals from various disciplines

Samaritan Counseling Center 607-754-2660
• Provides depression counseling for adults and youth
• Workshops and educational youth programs

Stepping Stone Drop In Center 607-773-3205
• Provides counseling, family therapy, and Christian counseling

Tioga County Department of Mental Hygiene 607-687-4000
• OMH licensed Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
• Clinic hours Mon & Fri 9am to 5pm and Tues, Wed, Thurs 9am to 8pm
• Provides confidential services for all ages with mental health/ substance use concerns or issues
• Screenings and assessments through Open Access— no appointments necessary
• Psychiatric assessments and medication management
• Group therapy and individual psychotherapy

UHS - HOME Program 607-726-2809
• Provides free in-home assessment and short-term counseling to seniors age 60 and older who are unwilling to leave their home for mental health services
• Not for emergency and/or dangerous situations

UHS - Outpatient Mental Health Clinic 607-762-2340
• OMH licensed
• Provides confidential services for adults 18+ with mental health/substance use concerns or issues
• Mental health screenings and assessments, psychiatric assessments, and medication management
• Group therapy and individual psychotherapy
• Offers a HIV mental health program

University Counseling Center 607-777-2772
• M-F 9am to 5pm by appointment
• Comprehensive clinical and referral services to Binghamton University’s undergraduate/ graduate students and affiliated entities

Upstate NY Eating Disorder Service—The Nutrition Clinic & Sol Stone Center 607-732-5646
• Provides services in Elmira, Syracuse, Ithaca & Binghamton
• Full range of multidisciplinary services psychotherapy, art therapy, yoga, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skill-focused groups, as well as supervised eating
• Program is 3-days a week from 4:30-7:30pm