Mental Health Association’s Family Support Service
320 N. Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14607
Contact: Nitza Rodriguez, Director
(585) 325-3145 x152
or contact us online
The Mental Health Association provides support to families of children with emotional or behavioral health challenges
A Family Peer Advocate is a caregiver who has experienced what you’re going through
- Support by phone, in person, in groups or individually
- Assistance with school issues—education advocacy
- Teen support
- Assistance in identifying and developing natural supports
- Caregiver discussion, education and skill-building groups
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Call Melenie Stanton at 585-325-3145 x117 for information or to sign up.
Tuesdays in July 2021 – (10:30 AM-12:00 PM)
Wednesdays in July 2021 – (10:30 AM-12:00 PM)
Thursdays in July 2021 – (10:30 AM-12:00 PM)
Fridays in July 2021 – (10:30 AM-12:00 PM)
PARENTS OF TEENS SUPPORT GROUP
If you’re raising a teenager with behavioral and/or emotional challenges, this might be the group for you. Parents of Teens is an opportunity to meet, talk, listen, and learn about the ups and downs that happen while raising a teenager. It’s a great place to get support from people who understand.
Monday June 14th, 2021
Monday June 29th, 2021
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Monday July 26th, 2021
Monday August 9th, 2021
Monday August 23rd, 2021
Monday September 13th, 2021
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Monday October 11th, 2021
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Monday November 22nd, 2021
Monday December 13th, 2021
**Attention consumers or family members of OPWDD (I/DD), OMH (mental health), and OASAS (addiction) services in Monroe County!
The Monroe County Office of Mental Health wants to know what you think about services to help us plan. Please participate in the consumer and/or family member survey – see the link below.
The intent of this survey is to collect community feedback regarding Mental Health, Substance Use and Developmental Disability services offered in Monroe County that will be used in planning for future services.
Your response to the survey is voluntary, you can choose to answer as few or as many questions as you prefer, and it should take less than 10 minutes, depending on how much detail you include.
Or Scan this QR code:
Survey Deadline is: July 3rd at 5pm!
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