This is a non-Medicaid Care Coordination program, expected to be no more than 90 days. Linkages are made to financial, housing, and treatment supports. This is a person-centered, recovery focused program designed to promote increased consumer independence and wellness.
Provides community-based transitional care management supports to individuals age 18 and older, residing within Oswego County, diagnosed with or believed to have a mental health disorder and have short term transitional needs (90 days or less) related to:
Recent discharge from a psychiatric inpatient hospital.
Returning to the community after a period of being in jail or in prison.
Aging out of youth community based or residential services, and needing help with obtaining necessary adult services and/or independent living skills.
Overwhelmed by benefits, referrals, applications, re-certifications, or other involved processes.
Disruption in housing or situational circumstances.
Require linkage to diagnostic/assessment services, to determine the appropriate system of care.
Referrals can be faxed to Adult Single Point of Access (SPOA) at 315-963-5530 attention Nate Barron
Questions – Sabrina Sutton, Program Supervisor 3155-598-3980