Non-Residential

Case Management/Care Coordination

Adults

Individuals, particularly those who can benefit from multiple services, may be assigned to a case manager or care coordinator. The case manager/care coordinator works to assure the success of the individualized recovery plan by linking the individual to appropriate services and coordinating those services.

Livingston County Mental Health Services

Adult Single Point of Access (SPOA)

243-7250

Manages adult Single Point of Access Program for adults needing care coordination and associated services; also direct provider of care coordination services.

Youth

Livingston County Mental Health Services

Hillside Family of Agencies


256-7500
Home and Community Based Services – Waiver Program Care Coordination serves children and youth ages 5-21

Single Point of Access (SPOA)


243-7250
Manages Children and Youth Single Point of Access Program for youth needing care coordination and associated services; also direct provider of care coordination services.

Recovery Supports

Non-clinical, community based programs and services that provide a range of supports to assist individuals in maintaining their recovery.

Adults

Catholic Charities

658-4466

Catholic Charities of Livingston County is a  multi-service, non-profit agency working to alleviate poverty through 10 active programs.  Services include: emergency food, clothing, furniture, emergency medical and prescription assistance, one-time utility and rent payment assistance, emergency housing, transportation, youth mentoring, counseling and case management for at-risk pregnant and parenting women and teens.

Compeer of Livingston County

226-8220

An organization dedicated to helping individuals receiving mental health services find social supports in their through mentoring friendships. Compeer matches volunteers from the community in one-to-one supportive friendships with adults with mental illness.

Mental Health Association

226-3150

This program works with individuals and existing community services and organizations to increase awareness of mental health/illness issues and to decrease the stigma surrounding them. Staff also provides support to those with mental health issues through a peer-run social and support group, Hand in Hand.

Youth

Catholic Charities

658-4466

Catholic Charities of Livingston County is a multi-service, non-profit agency working to alleviate poverty through 10 active programs.  Services include: emergency food, clothing, furniture, emergency medical and prescription assistance, one-time utility and rent payment assistance, emergency housing, transportation, youth mentoring, counseling and case management for at-risk pregnant and parenting adult women and teens.

Focus on the Children

538-4366

Assists children and their families with needs that can’t be met by any other agency (one time only emergency assistance).  Also provides information, referral and advocacy.

Hillside Family Of Agencies

Glow Family Support Program 

344-0134 Ext. 108

Support for families with children having emotional and/or behavioral challenges. Serves Genesee, Livingston, Orleans, and Wyoming Counties.  Offers advocacy, educational opportunities, parent library, referral and linkage support, support groups with respite provided, home visits, phone support and family activities.

Peace Family Support Group, Inc.

346-3039

Provides a free parent-run support group for families of children with severe behavioral difficulties, offering opportunities to share and gain practical ideas.  Group meets every Wednesday 6-8:00 p.m.

Tri Group Corporation

658-3690 OR 1-877-608-0814

Provides a range of services to families in Livingston County, including Intensive Family Therapy, a short-term, time limited program working with at-risk youth and their families to reduce the likelihood of an out-of-home placement or to assist families in transitioning their child back into the home after an out-of-home placement.