Community Mental Health

Struggling with life transitions, relationship challenges, trauma, loss or bereavement, anxiety, depressionor just life issues?

Let us help.

Therapy and counseling services are available for children, families, couples, individuals and groups. Services are provided on a sliding-scale fee schedule and third-party insurances including Medicare, are accepted. Groups and creative arts therapy convene and meet by appointment.

We offer:

  • Screening and assessment

  • Counseling and therapy

  • Psycho-educational and support groups tailored to individual or organizational needs

  • Integrated Care Management

  • Caregiver support and assistance
  • Liaison to other service providers and family members

For more information or an appointment, please email David Donaghy, LCSWR, or call x. 227


Over 60? Feeling a bit blue? Losing interest in doing things?

Call today and get a free screening to check your eligibility for CNY PEARLS , a program for older adults who are feeling “down.”

      • Free, in-home, and evidence-based

      • 1-on-1 meetings with a PEARLS counselor over 5-9 months

      Learn to:

      • Manage unpleasant feelings such as loneliness, sadness, frustration, irritability, anxiousness and restlessness

      • Identify and solve problems that create a downward spiral in your mood

      • Become more physically and socially active to fuel an upward spiral in your mood

      • Feel better, function better, and improve your quality of life

      Email David Donaghy, LCSWR, or call x. 227 for information and a free screening.

      CNY PEARLS now also in Oswego County

      CNY PEARLS, the Program for Encouraging Active Rewarding LiveS screens and assists adults over 60 with symptoms of depression, empowering them to take action steps and make lasting life changes.

      Have you been feeling down or blue or know someone who is?

      Thanks to support from the Richard S. Shineman Foundation, Syracuse Jewish Family Service now offers this no cost, evidence-based in-home counseling program for individuals in Oswego County who qualify.

      Call David Donaghy, 446-9111 x.227, for screening and enrollment information.

      M-Power U Now Enrolling for a Second Session

      M-Power U: A Learning Community for Early Memory Loss, is enrolling participants for a second weekly session starting this summer, Thursdays from 1 pm to 5 pm at Menorah Park.

      Learn More