New York Healthy Workplace Advocates

A person’s mental health will be seriously affected by workplace bullying.  The following list of support groups, agencies and other resources or those we (NYHWA) have been able to identify in the various communities within the State of New York

NYHWA welcomes any support groups, agencies and other resources you may be aware of across the state to be added to this page.  Please send any information to us at info@nyhwa.org.

 

Buffalo and Western New York Mental Health Resources

 

Mental Health Association of Erie County

999 Delaware Avenue

Buffalo,NY 14209

886-1242

http://eriemha.org

 

Offers free legal advice for those living with mental health challenges as well as information on mental health resources in Erie County

 

Compeer Greater Buffalo

135 Delaware Ave, Suite 210

Buffalo, NY 14202

883-3331

http://www.compeerbuffalo.org

 

Provides mentoring for children, adults, seniors, and veterans living with mental health challenges.

 

Anxiety and Depression Support Group

DeGraff Hospital

North Tonawanda, New York

Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month

6:00pm to 7:30pm

433-3780

 

R.E.A.C.H of Williamsville

Support group for family members who suffer from mental health issues

Group meets on the 2nd Monday of each month

7:00pm

Elderwood Village

5271 Main Street

Williiamsville, NY

716-901-1696

 

R.E.A.C.H of Tonawanda

Support group for family members and friends of individuals who suffer from mental health issues or neurological disorders

Group meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month

7:00pm

St. Andrew’s RC Church

Sheridan Drive & Elmwood Avenue

Tonawanda, NY

716-886-1242

 

DBSA of Niagara Falls

Peer-run support group people and families who suffer from depression and/or mood disorders

Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month

Meetings are located at the Ivanhoe lobby of the Community Mission in Niagara Falls

716-491-3233 or 716-284-1076

Attention Deficit Disorder Treatment Center
Accession Luther Church
4640 Main Street - Snyder
716-829-2244
www,addresswny.org

Crises Services Advocate Program
Individual Counseling for survivors of rape, sexual assault and domestic violence
716-834-3131
www.crisesservices.org

Mental Health Peer Connection
Support line for those with mental health issues who just need someone to talk to.
716-834-7337
Support Line Available:
Monday - Friday 1-9PM
Saturday & Sunday 3-11PM

General Grief Support Group
For grieving adults who have experienced the death of a loved one
716-836-9460
www.hospicebuffalo.org/lrc

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Support
Buffalo General Hospital CMHC
80 Goodrich Street
716-859-2945

Jewish Family Services of Buffalo & Erie County EWRAP Program
Socialization program for adults of 60 years of age who have a mental health diagnosis
716-883-1914
Ask for the EWRAP Program

Postpartum Depression Support Group
Support from mothers who know firsthand about this mood disorder
Erie County Medical Center
Grider Street
716-898-3255

Serenity Club
Mutual support for anyone diagnosed with a mental illness under physician care & 18 years or older
Englewood Drop-In Services
66 Englewood Avenue
Buffalo, NY
716-835-1919

Woman Focus
(A Department of Prevention Focus, Inc.)
Workshops for Women
716-884-3256
Call for times and locations of workshops

Workshop topics can include:
Healthy Relationships
Women & Self Esteem
Understanding Anger
Bold & Balanced: Assertiveness Skills for Women

Recovery, Inc. 
For those experiencing nervous symptoms & fears
Please call for times and locations 
716-694-0104 or search web directory by Zip Code for a location near you.

http://www.recovery-inc.org/meetings/find-a-meeting.asp 
 
Holy Spirit Church Hall
For consumers of mental health services and caregivers, a prayerful group of people committed to helping each other
All Faiths welcome
Last Sunday of the month
12 Noon to 1 PM
Dakota Street near Delaware and Hertel Avenues
Buffalo, NY
716-875-8102

St. Joseph University Parish Church
3269 Main Street
20 minute Catholic Eucharistic prayer for recipients of mental health services and caregivers
Contact Sister Jeremy Midura 716-833-0298

NAMI
Monthly Education meetings for families with a mentally ill loved one
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
4007 Main Street, Amherst, NY
716-832-4035

NAMI also distributes an excellent book on mental health services, support groups and other resources.


Co-Dependents Anonymous
Trinity Old Luther Church
3445 Sheridan Drive
Amherst, NY 14226
Tuesday's 7:30 - 9 PM
Attending meetings is necessary for recovery in the CoDA program. A codependent attends meetings for his/her personal recovery, and this attendance benefits everyone, it’s what creates the group. At meetings, we share our experience, strength, and hope in our program of recovery.

 

Greater Rochester Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Association
320 N. Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14607
Telephone: (585) 325-3145
Fax: (585) 325-3188

https://www.mharochester.org/

Excellent selection of over 200 support groups in the Greater Rochester Area

http://www.mharochester.org/SupportGroupDirectory.aspx?taxid=462 

Self-Help Drop in Center
(
585) 454-3530
539 South Ave, Rochester, NY 14620
Peer-to-Peer Self Help Group.  Volunteers have all experienced a mental health issue and can easily relate to those who experience such.

Recovery, Inc. 
For those experiencing nervous symptoms & fears 
Search web directory by Zip Code for a location near you.

http://www.recovery-inc.org/meetings/find-a-meeting.asp 

Co-Dependents Anonymous
http://www.codependents.org/
Click on "Meeting Resources" link to locate groups that meet in and around the Rochester area.  Please wait a moment for the page to load and then type state and city of the area you wish to locate meetings.  The web form also allows a search by zip code as well.  Results are displayed at the bottom of the page so scroll down to see what locations are nearest you. 

Attending meetings is necessary for recovery in the CoDA program. A codependent attends meetings for his/her personal recovery, and this attendance benefits everyone, it’s what creates the group. At meetings, we share our experience, strength, and hope in our program of recovery.

 

Greater Syracuse Mental Health Resources

Contact Community Services (24 Hour Crisis Services Hotline)
Phone: 315-251-1400
Email: contact@ContactSyracuse.org 
Address: Business Office
6520 Basile Rowe
East Syracuse, NY 13057 
http://www.contactsyracuse.org/index.html

Onondaga County
Call 315-251-0600

Residents of Cayuga County have a special toll-free number through a contract with that county’s mental health department.

Cayuga County
Call 1-877-400-8740

Recovery, Inc. 
For those experiencing nervous symptoms & fears 
Search web directory by Zip Code for a location near you.

http://www.recovery-inc.org/meetings/find-a-meeting.asp 

Co-Dependents Anonymous
http://www.codependents.org/
Click on "Meeting Resources" link to locate groups that meet in and around the Rochester area.  Please wait a moment for the page to load and then type state and city of the area you wish to locate meetings.  The web form also allows a search by zip code as well.  Results are displayed at the bottom of the page so scroll down to see what locations are nearest you. 

Attending meetings is necessary for recovery in the CoDA program. A codependent attends meetings for his/her personal recovery, and this attendance benefits everyone, it’s what creates the group. At meetings, we share our experience, strength, and hope in our program of recovery.