Offering compassionate, integrated, holistic, evidence-based treatment, St. Lawrence Health’s Behavioral Health services are individualized to meet your needs. Our goal is to provide effective interventions that will assist individuals in resolving emotional and psychological problems, maintain stability over time, and facilitate independent functioning.
We aim to offer the most comprehensive behavioral health and substance abuse care to our patients. We believe our primary responsibility is to provide a therapeutic environment and the resources for restoring and maintaining health. We provide interventions that allow individuals to reduce their symptoms and regain their confidence, and we cannot wait to help you.
Our services include:
All visits and records are confidential.
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