OnCare

Onondaga County System of Care

OnCare funds 10 projects for service expansion (total project cost ~$1.3 million)

AIDS Community Resources: Mental Health Assessment/Cultural & Linguistic Competence Training
Targeted Cultural Intervention, Ages 8-21
Youth and Young Adults who self-identify as LGBTQ
Mental health screening and short-term counseling intervention for youth using the Q Center

Catholic Charities: Building Strong Families
Behavior Intervention, Ages 5-12
Incredible Years (evidence-based model) and Anger Busters
Parent education group, 1:1 family coaching, clinical/skills group for children

Catholic Charities: Refugee Youth Project
Targeted Cultural Intervention, Ages 5-18
New Refugees (arrived in the US within the last 12 months)
Mental health screenings, improved access to mental health services; family case management; support groups for youth

Catholic Charities: Respite/Skill Building Service
1:1 Skill Building
1:1 skill building at multiple sites (home, school, neighborhood centers, community)
20-25 hours per month, average 4 hours/week—flexible duration
Can be used as a front-end service to divert the need for high intensity services

Central New York Services: Adolescent Substance Abuse Services
Adolescent Substance Abuse Services
Clinical implementation of The Seven Challenges (evidence-based model)
Satellite clinic on the Elmcrest campus (available for community referrals)
Start-up funding until the satellite is approved by OASAS

Elmcrest: Bridging the Gap
Residential Intervention
Unserved/underserved youth in need of residential treatment
Builds local capacity to serve youth with complex needs
Comprehensive assessment of child, occupational therapy, teaching/coaching for staff and parents

Elmcrest: Ready for Home
Residential Intervention
Integration of youth in community-based services
Expand integration of family as part of treatment team
Skills-training for families
Reduce median length of stay to seven months

Learning Disabilities Association: Educational Advocacy
Educational Advocacy
Educational consultation
Educational workshops for parents/caregivers and service providers
Educational workshops for service providers
Short-term tutoring on learning strategies
Access to summer programming (academic enhancement and pro-social skill building)

Onondaga Case Management: Parent Project
Behavior Intervention
Adolescents (ages 13-18)
Parent training and parent support groups
Promising practice model

The Salvation Army: Planned Respite
Respite
Weekend respite at Booth House (day and/or overnight)

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