Not losing MH beds to Coronavirus
Would you be interested in becoming a NAMI Orange board member?
If so, contact our office at 845-956-6264
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to learn about the application process
Live Concert to benefit NAMI:
Sat., August 15
click here for details
of upcoming NAMI
meetings and courses by clicking links below:
NAMI Orange Education Mtg.
Virtual Meeting Mon., Sept. 14
Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy
Click link for details
Youth Mental Health First Aid
is now closed out
8 weeks (Saturdays)
Sept. 5 - Oct. 24
10 am-1 pm
On-going Support Groups:
NYS Office of
*Offered online through
NAMI Sullivan Mondays, 7 pm
*Offered online through
Tuesdays, 5 pm
*Offered online through NAMI
a peer-led support group for adults living with a
No fee, no registration
unfortunately these meetings held in Goshen will not be able to resume until a later date, but online is available-
presented by NAMI Orange
Click here for details
Starting Sept. 7
1st & 3rd Mondays
Register: Call Dhanu at 845-294-2749, or email@example.com
with name, address, phone # and email
For ongoing Family
Support Group Meetings, click here
for Zoom meetings thru NAMI Sullivan
3rd & 4th Tuesdays
click here for support groups including
Thurs., 3-4 pm
NAMI In Our
CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Both programs are arranged by request
Click on links below for details
-Ending the Silence
is an in-school presentation designed to teach middle and high school students about the signs and symptoms of mental illness, how to recognize the early warning signs and the importance of acknowledging those warning signs. Through this classroom presentation, students get to see the reality of living with a mental health condition.
*3 types of presentations are available: for students, for staff and also for families
-In Our Own Voice
trained presenters who are in recovery from mental illness share compelling personal testimonies about their experiences of living with and dealing with the challenges posed by mental illness.
ORANGE COUNTY CRISIS CALL CENTER
provides a centralized response center by consolidating services,
including 911, Mobile Response Team, Independent Living, MHA
and Access Supports for Living
The Orange County Crisis Call Center connects people in need of support for mental illness, substance use, developmental disability, sexual assault, or who need information/referrals with trained professionals, 24/7.
The Call Center:
- Accesses 911, and/or
- Provides telephone support, assessment, and a warm connection to appropriate services if needed.
- Dispatches the Crisis Mobile Response Team, formerly Mobile Mental Health, to assist with in-person support, assessment, crisis de-escalation and connection to appropriate services. (The mobile response was previously a mental health response, but will now be available to individuals in need of assistance across all three disability areas: Developmental Disability, Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder.
- Refers callers to Peer supports to assist with engagement to services, help to navigate the system, and on-going support by ensuring the connection with Independent Living, Inc.’s certified Peers. The Call Center can send a peer to meet you in the community.
- Rape Crisis Services can be accessed through the Call Center.
Text4Teens is now available 24 hours a day
by texting 845-391-1000.
Virtual Mental Health and Substance Use Urgent Care – Available 24:7 by phone – call 1-888-750-2266, option 2.
NYC offers many kinds of help in a crisis but it is sometimes hard to know which is right for you or a loved one. Call 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355) and we will help you find what you need. They also offer Mobile Crisis Teams 24/7/365
- Orange County Mobile Mental Health, now Mobile Response Team:
1-888-750-2266, Option 1 transfers you to the Orange County Crisis Call Center. This service is more directly available by calling:
Orange County Crisis Call Center: 311
Help is Available 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
Provides help to individuals and families experiencing a mental or emotional crisis when other services may be unavailable. ACCESS: Supports for Living (formerly Occupations, Inc) mental health staff responds to people at home within Orange County, providing assessment, support and intervention
- National Suicide Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - specifically for Veterans
1-800-273-8255, ext. 1
- NYS HOPEline 1-877-846-7369
Offering help and hope 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
for alcoholism, drug abuse and problem gambling.
All calls are toll-free, anonymous and confidential.
-Masters level clinicians who are professional, well-trained and knowledgeable
-Crisis and motivational interviewing for callers in need
-Referrals to more than 1,500 local prevention and treatment providers
-48 hours call back to those who wish to be contacted
NAMI Launches Crisis Text Line Service Partnership
Free support at your fingertips, 24/7
Crisis Text Line serves anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support and information via the medium people already use and trust: text.
Here’s how it works:
Text NAMI to 741741 from anywhere in the USA, anytime, about any type of crisis.
A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds quickly.
The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment
- Text 4 Teens: 845-391-1000 through MHA
Provides teens with confidential text line for information, referral and “chatting”
NOW AVAILABLE 24/7
Important: All NAMI Helplines are NOT crisis hotlines;
they offer information and referrals.
Call 911 for an emergency or
Orange County Crisis Call Center at 1-800-832-1200
- NAMI Orange Information Helpline:
845-956-6264, Toll Free 1-866-906-6264, Call 24/7
Leave a message and a volunteer should return your call within 24 hours to answer your questions or to refer you to a source of help. NAMI does not provide personal advocacy services.
- NAMI-NYS (State) Information Helpline: 1-800-950-3228 (NY only);
TEMPORARY NUMBER: 1-518-248-7634
- NAMI (National) Information Helpline: 1-800-950-6264
The Information HelpLine is an information and referral service which can be reached by calling Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., EST
Dawn Brown is the Manager of the NAMI Information HelpLine, where she leads a team of 3 staff, 15 volunteers, and 20 interns. Together they serve the NAMI community by providing the best information, resources and referrals available.
People USA: click link for info on support & services
24/7 Warm Line (Warm Lines are peer-run telephone lines for crisis respite and general support):
Orange County Warm Line: 845-452-2728, ext 607
Please contact us if you need any of our services. We’re here to provide you with engagement, comfort, empathy, and hope.
Our 100% peer staff are highly skilled and trained to be of the utmost service to you in this time of need.
Dial 211 Informational Helpline
For Free Access To Health and Human Services Information and Referrals
- Read this in: Spanish / Español
United Way's 2-1-1 Helpline is the abbreviated dialing code for free access to health and human services information and referral serving Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester.
The 2-1-1 Helpline is a free, confidential, multilingual service to assist the public to find the answers to a variety of Health and Human Services related questions. You can call or search this database about everything from basic needs like food, clothing and shelter, to volunteer opportunities, legal services, drug treatment, employment support, childcare, eldercare and more. Link: www.hudson211.org/cms
Orange County has introduced a new Text-to-911 service that allows residents to send a short text message to 911 for emergency help when unable to make a phone call. All major cellular phone carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon) have completed integration with Orange County’s 911 system to provide the free service.
Orange County Commissioner of Emergency Services Brendan Casey stressed that text to 911 was not implemented by Orange County as a replacement to calling 911 during an emergency. If you are able to make a voice call to 911, and if it is safe to do so, you should always make a voice call to 911 instead.
Text-to-911 service can be used to reach 911 in a variety of situations, including a medical emergency that has left the person unable to speak, a caller who is voice and/or hearing impaired, or if talking out loud would put the caller in danger such as an active shooter situation, a home invasion, an abduction, or a domestic violence incident.
If you send a text message to 911, it is important to give the 911 call taker an accurate address or location as quickly as possible, if you can because unlike dialing 911, texting 911 will NOT automatically indicate your location to the Operator.
In an emergency: call when you can, text when you can't
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