Counseling Services

Herkimer County Youth and Family Program:
Clinical staff provide short term counseling to youth and their family residing in Herkimer County.  Youth 21 years and younger who reside in Herkimer County can receive counseling free under grant funding.
Youth with Sexual Behavior Issues:
Clinical Staff provide specialized counseling to youth who have engaged in problematic sexual behaviors.  Youth 20 years of age or younger who reside in Oneida County can receive these services free under grant funding.
Sexual Abuse Treatment Program:
Clinical staff provides specialized counseling to youth who have been sexually abused to help them cope with sexual abuse in increasingly functional ways.  Youth 20 years of age or younger who have been sexually victimized and who reside in Oneida county can receive these services free under grant funding.
Sexual Offender Treatment Program:
Clinical staff provides sex offense specific treatment to adults who have committed sexual abuse.  Therapy includes individual, couple, family, and group counseling using a holistic, cognitive behavioral approach combining principles of the Risk, Needs, Responsivity model and Good Lives Model.
Supportive Care Management:
CFLR Clinical staff partner with The Neighborhood Center, Inc., and Catholic Charities of Oneida and Madison Counties to provide case management services to adults who are 18 years of age or older and meet the New York State Office of Mental Health’s criteria for severe and persistent mental illness.  Case management can include coordination services, medication management, and assistance in securing adequate housing and employment.  Please use this link to review The New York State Office of Mental Health’s criteria for persistent mental illness.
The PINS Diversion Program:
CFLR Clinical staff, Herkimer County Probation, and Herkimer County Department of Social Services provide individual and group counseling to Herkimer County youth experiencing emotional difficulties and the families of those youth or youth who are at risk of developing emotional difficulty and the families.  Youth who reside in Herkimer County and are 18 years of age or younger and their families receive counseling and advocacy services through a combination of the PINS and IMPACT programs to decrease placement outside of the home, reduce aggression, and improve parenting skills.
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