5274 Outer Stowe Street
Lowville,
NY
13367

Monday - Friday
8:00am-4:00pm
MBA/Director of Community Services
Patricia Fralick

Local Services

CATEGORY: INFORMATION/REFERRAL

LEWIS COUNTY NY CONNECTS

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      York State for people of all ages or with any type of disability.

Lewis County Office for the Aging                                                    

Northern Regional Center for Independent Living

Email: ofa-office@lewiscountyny.gov

Address:  5274 Outer Stowe St Lowville, NY 13367                                                                                                                                             

Address: 210 Court Street, Suite 107 Watertown, NY 13601

Telephone: (315)-286-9896

Telephone: (315) 376-5432

CATEGORY: MENTAL HEALTH

TRANSITIONAL LIVING OF NORTHERN NEW YORK/BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

     Services include psychiatric evaluation/assessments and medication management, individual therapy group

     therapy for adults and children over five years of age, couples counseling, family therapy and support groups.

Address: 7550 South State Street   Lowville, NY 13367                                     

Website: https://www.tlsnny.com/behavioral_health.htm

Telephone: 315-376-5450

Crisis Line Services are available 24 hours: 315-376-5450 M-F 8-4:30pm

                                                                              315-405-0696 for evening hours and weekends

LEWIS COUNTY SUICIDE PREVENTION COALITION

The Lewis County Suicide Prevention Coalition was formed in 2013 and functions as an entirely volunteer organization. Members are working to partner with the community to take an active role in suicide prevention. Through working together our goal is to provide training to the community in suicide prevention and work to coordinate suicide prevention resources. We are a group of professionals and community members who have come together to minimize the impact of suicide on the people and communities of Lewis County.

Website: https://lewislivesmatter.com/

Telephone: 315-376-5453  Lewis County Public Health and ask to be connected

CATEGORY: SUBSTANCE USE/PREVENTION

CREDO COMMUNITY CENTER

MOUNTAIN VIEW PREVENTION SERVICES

Provide assessments, referrals, treatment, Peer Support Services and warm handoffs to different levels of care

Provides information and prevention education to the community about alcohol and substance abuse. Houses the UP! Coalition

Website: http://credocc.com/substance-abuse-treatment/outpatient-substance-abuse-lowville/

Website: http://www.mountainviewprevention.org/

                  http://www.uplewiscounty.org

Address:      7714 Number Three Road
                       Lowville, NY 13367

Address:     7714 Number Three Rd
                     Lowville, NY 13367

Telephone: 315-376-5958

Telephone: 315-376-2321

   

CATEGORY: OTHER

NORTHERN REGIONAL CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING

LEWIS COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES, INC

NRCIL services people of all ages with all types of disabilities. We offer a broad range of programs and services, each designed to support independent living and community integration.

   Provides services and support to help economically or other disadvantaged families attain self-sufficiency. Crisis Hotline and Domestic Abuse

Address: 5520 Jackson Street Lowville, NY 13367 

Address: 8265 State Route 812 Lowville NY 13367

Website: http://nrcil.deesdesktop.com/programs/

Website: https://www.lewiscountyopportunities.com/

Telephone: (315) 836-3735

Telephone:  315-376-8202

CATEGORY: DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY

ARC of Oneida Lewis

Our Mission is to enable persons with disabilities and their families to achieve their potential through self-determined goals in partnership with the Agency.

Address: 245 Genesee Street • Utica, NY 13501 •

Website: http://www.thearcolc.org/

Telephone: +1 (315) 735-6477

THE ARC SERVICES

Lowville Food Pantries  http://www.lowvillefoodpantry.org/home.aspx

ARC  http://www.thearcolc.org/