Mental Health Clinic
Livingston County Mental Health Services is a compassionate team of mental health professionals committed to serving the mental health needs in the community. Our team of trained mental health therapists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychiatrists and care managers work directly with clients to reach their goals for treatment.
Clients can refer themselves or a parent/guardian can call to refer their child. Referrals are also accepted from many other sources including schools, primary care physicians, law enforcement, hospitals, and other agencies.
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Tuesday and Thursday: 8:00 AM-8:00 PM
Walk-in Crisis Appointments, Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Assessment—to determine the most appropriate services. This may take from 1-3 sessions and is conducted by a therapist.
Therapy –You and your therapist will develop a treatment plan together, setting up your goals for therapy. Therapy may consist of individual sessions, group therapy or both.
Medication Consultation—After discussion with your therapist you may be referred to one of our psychiatrists or nurse practitioners for a medication evaluation with follow-up monitoring and education.
Referrals- to other services or agencies may take place depending on needs.
Care management –Some individuals may qualify for case management services. These services can assist with linkages to other services such as housing, medical assistance, budgeting, and other support services.
Our staff has expertise in a wide range of specific treatments and services, including:
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- EMDR (Eye Movement Densitization and Reprocessing)
- Trauma-based Treatments
- Anger Management
- Referral and linkage to other services and supports
- Forensic (jail and transition) services
How to Access Services
Our main office is located at 4600 Millennium Drive, Geneseo, NY 14454. We also offer services at a satellite location within the Department of Health building in Mt. Morris, NY.
To make an initial appointment you can call 585-243-7250 and speak to a receptionist. People can refer themselves and a parent can call to refer their child. We also accept referrals from many other sources including schools, primary care physicians, other agencies, law enforcement, and hospitals. We now offer walk-in appointments for those in crisis who need to be seen immediately (Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM).
Interpreters for non-English speaking individuals will be provided. There is no cost to the individual for interpretive services. Livingston County Mental Health is committed to serving individuals from all backgrounds regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, or religious background.
Fees for Services
Medicaid, Medicare, and most private insurances are accepted. Some insurance plans require a referral from your primary care physician. No one will be turned away for inability to pay. There is also a sliding fee scale available.