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After Hours Crisis Drop In Programs

Programs that provide access to crisis intervention and support services on a drop-in basis for people who are experiencing acute emotional distress during night and weekend hours when other resources are unavailable. Services may include a needs assessment; brief individual, group and family counseling; referrals; and a range of other secondary services depending on the situation. These programs may target homeless and at-risk youth; students; families experiencing an emergency; people who are in crisis due to health, mental health or drug/alcohol issues; or other groups with urgent concerns. Many work closely with police and emergency health services as well as other organizations that provide crisis response assistance; and serve as an after-hours alternative to hospitalization or treatment in a residential setting.

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Thru: Rochester Regional Health - St. Mary's Campus

Ages 18 and older experiencing urgent mental health issues. Life-threatening issues will be redirected to emergency room (bleeding, suicide attempt, life-threatening illness, overdose, medical concerns).
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St. Mary's Campus

65 Genesee Street
Rochester, NY

M-SU 9:00AM-9:00PM.

Thru: Delphi Rise

Age 16 or older.
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Delphi Rise

72 Hinchey Road
Rochester, NY

24 Hours.

Thru: Villa of Hope

Youth and adults experiencing mental health crisis.
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Villa of Hope - Jay Street

1099 Jay Street
Building J
Rochester, NY

M-SU 3:00PM-11:00PM.

Thru: Wayne Behavioral Health Network

Mental health services: Age 5 or older. Substance abuse: Age 14 or older.
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Wayne Behavioral Health Network

1519 Nye Road
Lyons, NY

M-F 7:00AM-4:00PM. SA 8:00AM-4:00PM. SU 8:00AM-1:00PM. Closed on holidays.

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