Director: Michael Prezioso, PHD – Email
FAX: (518) 581-1709
135 South Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
The mission of Saratoga County Mental Health Center is to provide outpatient mental health and alcohol/drug treatment services that are accessible and responsive to the needs of persons suffering from mental illness and/or alcohol/drug problems, their families, and the community. These services will assist them in living, whenever possible within the community in ways that are acceptable to the community and that are personally satisfying and productive. Services are provided regardless of age, race, color, sex, marital status, ethnicity, national origin, creed, or sexual orientation.
- To provide treatment for individuals suffering from serious mental illness and alcohol/drug abuse;
- To protect both the public and individuals from the manifestations and consequences of mental illness and from the impairments related to alcohol/drug abuse;
- To be responsible stewards of limited public resources.
Mental Health Clinic: The Saratoga County Mental Health Clinic provides outpatient treatment designed to reduce symptoms of mental illness and emotional disturbance, to improve daily functioning, and to provide ongoing support. Services includes emergency and crisis intervention, screening and referral, individual, family, and group counseling, medication education and management, and symptom management. In addition to the main clinic in Saratoga Springs, the Clinic maintains a satellite in Mechanicville.
Youth Services provides treatment for emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children and adolescents up to the age of eighteen, who, together with their parents, often require intensive interventions. Youth Services provides community-oriented consultative activities in conjunction with community-based interventions.
Adult Services provides treatment for mentally ill adults, particularly those who are seriously and persistently mentally ill. For the seriously and persistently mentally ill, a long-term disease management approach to medication management and supportive therapy is utilized.
Saratoga County Mental Health Clinic: (518) 584-9030
Personalized Recovery Oriented Services: Saratoga County PROS operating as Reflections PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Service) is a comprehensive, individualized, recovery based program that offers rehabilitation, support, and treatment services under one roof. Reflections PROS serves adults (over 18) with a mental illness diagnosis who have a functional disability that interferes with their ability to live a fulfilling life. The purpose of PROS is to help participants take control of their own lives by teaching the skills necessary to overcome the mental, emotional, behavioral, and social barriers resulting from mental illness and addiction and to effectively negotiate life’s challenges . PROS services are person-centered and include group and individual sessions, medication management, health screenings, family education and support, as well as vocational services and supports for participants who are interested in obtaining and maintaining competitive employment in the community.
Personalized Recovery Oriented Services: (518) 885-4521
Alcohol and Drug Program: Saratoga County Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services is a medically supervised outpatient program providing treatment for individuals suffering from an alcohol and/or drug program and for family members trying to copy with the presence of alcohol or drug problems within the family. Treatment is designed to promote abstinence, to improve community integration, and to improve daily functions. Services include: Screening, referral, assessment, and individual and group counseling.
Saratoga County Alcohol & Substance Abuse Services: (518) 587-8800
Contact the Community Services Board via email at CSBSaratoga@gmail.com
2016 Community Services Board Membership
Frank Arcangelo, Ph.D., Chair
Edmond Amyot, M.D., Vice Chair
Joseph W. Carr
Katie Lewis, Ph.D.
Rudolph J. Stutzman
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