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Mental Health Association

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320 Goodman St N, Rochester, NY 14607
http://www.mhcrochester.org
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The Mental Health Association provides information and support to individuals, families,co-workers and friends who suffer with a mental illness. Regardless of race, religion, age or occupation, one in five individuals are affected with anxiety, stress...read more
The Mental Health Association provides information and support to individuals, families,co-workers and friends who suffer with a mental illness. Regardless of race, religion, age or occupation, one in five individuals are affected with anxiety, stress, depression or grief in their lifetime. The Mental Health Association promotes lasting mental wellness through a spectrum of culturally competent programs and services. ADVOCACY SERVICES Consumer Guidance Program Need help understanding and navigating the mental health system? Individuals or family members can call and get help. Successful Goals for Living Individuals with mental illness receive one-on-one assistance, support and encouragement in areas that promote independence, self-sufficiency and self-confidence. Support that is tailored to individual needs and perferences is provided by staff and volunteer coaches who work with individuals requesting help. Hands-on assistance, support and encouragement are provided as individuals establish and work towards a personal goal. Better Days Ahead Our children are our communitys most precious asset. Take advantage of our support systems, parent-run support groups, mentoring, respite, information/referral and training. For every one of us, some days are full of sunshine and others are cloudy and gray. If you have a child with emotional and behavioral challenges, it sometimes seems like the sunny days have simply disappeared. When that happens, parents can turn to the Mental Health Association's Better Days Ahead Family Support Network for help. COMMUNITY WELLNESS SERVICES Information Services Information about mental health problems and where to go for help. Healthy Living Workshops Trainings related to mental wellness and specific mental illnesses. Community Consumer Connection Support and encouragement for those in inpatient settings. SELF-HELP SERVICES Get empowered, take responsibility for your actions and life. Work as an individual or as part of a group to solve common problems. Self-Help Drop In CenterConfidential short-term information and assistance is provided for persons with mental illness in potential non-medical crisis situations. Individuals may walk in and receive assistance from trained persons who have also experienced mental health issues in their lives. The Center offers practical advice, help in linking to community resources and emotional support. Individuals are encouraged to walk in or call the during hours of operation, 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m, seven days a week. The Drop-In Center also offers a Warm Line in which telephone support is provided to persons with mental health issues. The Warm Line uses trained peers to answer calls at 454-3530. The Self-Help Drop-In Center is located at 539 South Avenue. No appointment is necessary. The route #5 RTS bus stops at the corner of Hamilton Street in front of the center. Mental Health Coalition A forum for individuals with mental illness to become involved in issues affecting their lives. In 1991, the Mental Health Association began working with a group of individuals to help establish an organization whose mission was to develop a voice for mental health consumers in Monroe County. In 1993, the Mental Health Coalition became a subsidiary corporation of the Mental Health Association and a Board of Directors was established. The Mental Health Coalition promotes empowerment through advocacy, education, training and advancing the consumer voice. www.mhcrochester.org The Mental Health Coalition is a Peer Service Center organization based on principles of self-help, empowerment and recovery in which the leadership and staff are current or former recipients of mental health services. Have you ever said that you disliked a certain food that you had never tried, based only on the way it looked, or what you had heard of it? Did you find out later, after trying it, that it was really quite good? It is easy for people to do this with other people. For years, many people have placed
 
 

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The Mental Health Association provides information and support to individuals, families,co-workers and friends who suffer with a mental illness. Regardless of race, religion, age or occupation, one in five individuals are affected with anxiety, stress, depression or grief in their lifetime. The Mental Health Association promotes lasting mental wellness through a spectrum of culturally competent programs and services. ADVOCACY SERVICES Consumer Guidance Program Need help understanding and navigating the mental health system? Individuals or family members can call and get help. Successful Goals for Living Individuals with mental illness receive one-on-one assistance, support and encouragement in areas that promote independence, self-sufficiency and self-confidence. Support that is tailored to individual needs and perferences is provided by staff and volunteer coaches who work with individuals requesting help. Hands-on assistance, support and encouragement are provided as individuals establish and work towards a personal goal. Better Days Ahead Our children are our communitys most precious asset. Take advantage of our support systems, parent-run support groups, mentoring, respite, information/referral and training. For every one of us, some days are full of sunshine and others are cloudy and gray. If you have a child with emotional and behavioral challenges, it sometimes seems like the sunny days have simply disappeared. When that happens, parents can turn to the Mental Health Association's Better Days Ahead Family Support Network for help. COMMUNITY WELLNESS SERVICES Information Services Information about mental health problems and where to go for help. Healthy Living Workshops Trainings related to mental wellness and specific mental illnesses. Community Consumer Connection Support and encouragement for those in inpatient settings. SELF-HELP SERVICES Get empowered, take responsibility for your actions and life. Work as an individual or as part of a group to solve common problems. Self-Help Drop In CenterConfidential short-term information and assistance is provided for persons with mental illness in potential non-medical crisis situations. Individuals may walk in and receive assistance from trained persons who have also experienced mental health issues in their lives. The Center offers practical advice, help in linking to community resources and emotional support. Individuals are encouraged to walk in or call the during hours of operation, 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m, seven days a week. The Drop-In Center also offers a Warm Line in which telephone support is provided to persons with mental health issues. The Warm Line uses trained peers to answer calls at 454-3530. The Self-Help Drop-In Center is located at 539 South Avenue. No appointment is necessary. The route #5 RTS bus stops at the corner of Hamilton Street in front of the center. Mental Health Coalition A forum for individuals with mental illness to become involved in issues affecting their lives. In 1991, the Mental Health Association began working with a group of individuals to help establish an organization whose mission was to develop a voice for mental health consumers in Monroe County. In 1993, the Mental Health Coalition became a subsidiary corporation of the Mental Health Association and a Board of Directors was established. The Mental Health Coalition promotes empowerment through advocacy, education, training and advancing the consumer voice. www.mhcrochester.org The Mental Health Coalition is a Peer Service Center organization based on principles of self-help, empowerment and recovery in which the leadership and staff are current or former recipients of mental health services. Have you ever said that you disliked a certain food that you had never tried, based only on the way it looked, or what you had heard of it? Did you find out later, after trying it, that it was really quite good? It is easy for people to do this with other people. For years, many people have placed