Behavioral Health Services
Our professionally licensed staff apply best practices and evidenced-based interventions to treat behavioral health conditions, including anxiety, depression, trauma, co-occurring substance use, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
NEED IMMEDIATE HELP?
Suicide and Crisis Hotline: Dial 988
Reachout of St. Lawrence County Hotline: (315) 265-2422
Reachout of St. Lawrence County Website: http://reachouthotline.org/
If you need immediate help, please seek the hotline above. Through a robust continuum of services, United Helpers Behavioral Health accommodates the unique needs of adults, adolescents, and their families. From Care Coordination to supportive housing to specialized children’s services, we believe individualized person-centered, family-focused treatment is essential for recovery.
Behavioral Health Clinics
Our clinics, located in Canton and Ogdensburg, offer flexible hours, 24-hour crisis services, and walk-ins during regular business hours.
Health Home Care Coordination
A health home isn’t a place, it’s a service designed to ensure all those involved in an individual’s care are working together and sharing the necessary information in supporting a person’s recovery.
Gateway Apartment Treatments
Promoting skills for community reintegration, Gateway Apartment Treatment provides housing, support, and education for people diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness.
Assertive Community Treatment
ACT provides case management, life skills development, and support to assist individuals with increased opportunities for independent living.
United Helpers welcomes individuals of all backgrounds. With our Always Caring approach, we strive to provide reliable services and support to all individuals and families across the North Country. Our professional staff address your needs with care and compassion that is rooted in our commitment to your wellbeing.