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Mental Health & Integrated Care

Family Service League is one of the foremost providers of mental health services on Long Island, treating all aspects of psychiatric illness and emotional distress for every age group and socioeconomic background. Our expert staff works collaboratively with healthcare providers and care management services to achieve true integrated healthcare for individuals impacted by mental illness—and the families who love them.

Home-based care management services for adults with chronic mental health, medical and substance abuse disorders. Services include a health risk assessment, care development/planning, crisis intervention, advocacy, coordination and linkage to medical, substance abuse and mental health providers, and housing, legal, benefit, vocational and educational services.

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Amityville, NY
631-844-5902

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Bay Shore, NY
631-650-0019

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ACT provides multidisciplinary services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness. The treatment team is comprised of psychiatry, nursing and various other mental health professionals providing intensive services at a convenient location.

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Riverhead, NY
631-284-2565

(ACT East)

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Central Islip, NY
631-663-4350

(ACT Central)

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Central Islip, NY
631-647-2075

(ACT West)

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COTI helps individuals struggling with addiction and their loved ones, and provides comprehensive substance abuse and mental health assessments, diagnosis and medication management in coordination with the development of a treatment plan. The mobile recovery team works with individuals, in the community or in their homes, to address a wide spectrum of needs including medical, housing, financial, employment, legal and family issues. Recovery peer advocates are at the core of this program as they use their experiences to inspire, connect and support individuals struggling with addiction.

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Mastic, NY
631-656-1020

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Available in Huntington and Mattituck, this clinic features teams of licensed therapy and prescribing staff who provide community-based screening, assessment and treatment services for children and adolescents ages five to 18 who have not been able to get treatment in a clinic-based setting.

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Huntington, NY
631-396-2330

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Mattituck, NY
631-298-7995

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We provide an array of home and community-based therapeutic skill building and family support services for children under age 21 with mental health and/or substance abuse needs. Recipients must have Medicaid.

CONTACT:
Bay Shore, NY
631-647-3100

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Riverhead, NY
631-772-3287

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CAPT helps expectant and existing parents (both custodial and noncustodial) who have a mental health problem. The program groups individuals together so they can learn more about parenting and discuss other issues and concerns, ultimately helping them to function well in their personal, family and community lives and maintain their mental health. An important aspect of this treatment includes ongoing infant/toddler stimulation and age-appropriate activities for their children, as well as active participation in their child’s preschool education, socialization and skills development.

CONTACT:
Bay Shore, NY
631-647-3128

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This program provides care management services to children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances or medical conditions, as well as their families. The goal is to help keep the children and teens safely in their homes and communities.

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Bay Shore, NY
631-650-0146

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This team responds to traumatic incidents, assessing the needs of individuals and groups who have experienced a critical event in the workplace, school or community. C-CAT is often deployed within hours of first contact and uses debriefings, defusing and one-on-one intervention to help mitigate the impact of traumatic situations.

CONTACT:
Mastic Beach, NY
888-375-2228

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CHCC provides community-based medical services and care management for individuals with complex medical, mental health and/or substance abuse needs who have a history of frequenting the emergency room for nonemergency medical needs. Medical evaluations are performed by Northwell Health staff and referrals are made to specialty care, as needed. Comprehensive care management is an integral part of the program and ensures successful integrated care and engagement.

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Bay Shore, NY
631-650-0103

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DASH is a 24/7 voluntary program for individuals in a crisis situation who are feeling overwhelmed due to substance use, mental illness and/or other life stressors. The program features a mobile response team of licensed professional experts who will come to your community and conduct an assessment, develop a safety plan, and if necessary, recommend outpatient services or a higher level of care. DASH also features a crisis hotline that provides telephone triage, clinical assessments and therapeutic support.

CONTACT:
Hauppauge, NY
934-223-6500

24-hour hotline
631-952-3333

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A full-service pharmacy for FSL patients and staff at the Bay Shore location, Genoa serves the needs of the behavioral health community, improving access to medications and patient adherence and outcomes. The patient’s insurance is billed for medications prescribed, and financial assistance is available for those who qualify.

CONTACT:
Bay Shore, NY
631-954-2060

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Huntington, NY
631-787-2654

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Families need help immediately after a suicide.  Family Service League’s Joe’s Project provides individual, family, and group counseling, as well as support to organizations and communities affected by the loss of someone who died by suicide.  This unique suicide response program has four components:

  • Outreach to educate community members, first responders, and other referral agencies
  • Immediate response by a trained professional to support the newly bereaved
  • Individual, family, and group counseling
  • Suicide prevention education to organizations, schools, and communities

Have you experienced the severe traumatic loss of a loved one to suicide?
You are not alone. FSL offers hope and help for loved ones left behind.

Surviving suicide loss is possible.  Family and loved ones who meet with a counselor often feel less alone and less isolated.  Upon request, FSL’s trained professional staff will visit your home, school, business, or another location of your choosing to help you walk through the excruciating days and weeks that follow your loss.  If you prefer to wait, assistance from a Joe’s Project counselor may be arranged anytime you feel ready.  Our team may also provide or recommend resources for follow up counseling, support groups, and referrals for additional services.

There is HOPE after the traumatic loss of a loved one to suicide.
1-888-375-2228   •    restorehope@fsl-li.org    •    www.fsl-li.org

FSL’s Community Crisis Action Team (C-CAT) responds to traumatic incidents, assessing the needs of individuals and groups who have experienced a critical event.  Such incidents can happen in the workplace, the school, or in the community. Before the creation of Joe’s Project, there was no organized response in Suffolk County to assist those who had lost family or friends to suicide. This program was designed to fill this void.  Joe’s Project is made possible by a grant from the Suffolk County Legislature.  Joe’s Project is named in memory of Joe Maiorella, who died by suicide.

CONTACT:
Mastic Beach, NY
631-874-1359

24-hour hotline
1-888-375-2228

Support Group Information
631-650-0104

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Our clinics and satellites offer professional clinical services to individuals and families in order to reduce mental health symptoms, strengthen and build self-sufficiency and improve quality of life. Treatment often includes a combination of evidenced-based psychotherapy, pharmacological interventions and supportive services. Licensed therapists provide individual, group or family therapy modalities, typically on a weekly or biweekly basis. Licensed prescribers usually meet with clients who receive medications on a monthly or bimonthly basis to review those medications and progress. The clinics accept Medicaid and Medicare as well as most private insurance.

CONTACT:
Bay Shore, NY
631-647-3100

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Central Islip, NY
631-663-4300

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East Hampton, NY
631-324-3344

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Huntington, NY
631-396-2300

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Mastic, NY
631-924-3741

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Mattituck, NY
631-298-8642

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Riverhead, NY
631-369-0104

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Westhampton Beach, NY
631-288-1954

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The MCT provides crisis assessment, intervention and linkage services for adults and children. Services are provided by licensed clinical staff and trained peers.

CONTACT:
Hauppauge, NY
934-223-6500

24 Hour Hotline
631-952-3333

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PROS offers flexible individualized services to help adults with serious and persistent mental illness overcome barriers to their rehabilitation and recovery. Services address conditions like clinical mental health, addiction and substance abuse, nicotine and other addictions, OCD, sexual abuse, trauma disorders, psychiatric care, career exploration and development, job retention and support, social and recreational development, and family psycho-education and support.

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Huntington, NY
631-470-6786

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“According to the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), one in five children has a diagnosable mental disorder, with children and youth from low income families at increased risk. Children and youth with mental health problems have lower educational achievement, greater involvement with the criminal justice system, and fewer stable and longer-term placements in the child welfare system than children with other disabilities.”