MH and COVID


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Mark O'Brien, Commissioner


Our Vision

The Erie County Department of Mental Health will empower stakeholders to access behavioral health services that promote hope, recovery and improved quality of life.

Mission Statement

The Erie County Department of Mental Health provides administrative leadership and ensures the coordination of a community  based behavioral health system that is accessible, comprehensive, person centered and recovery focused.

 

What's Happening in Mental Health

A message from Erie County Executive, Mark Poloncarz

A message from Erie County Department of Mental Health Commissioner, Mark O'Brien

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New York has a free, confidential helpline as part of the FEMA response to COVID-19.
Call 1-844-863-9314
or visit nyprojecthope.org.
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NEW Resource for Parents to help students with back to school during COVID-19

Erie County Cares

Back to School and Mental Health

A Parent Resource

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Erie County Training Collaborative

The Erie County Department of Mental Health is hosting a monthly training series for anyone working in the System of Care addressing mental health, substance use and intellectual/developmental disabilities. 

The trainings will take place the 4th Tuesday of each month from 12PM to 1PM. For more information click here!


 Erie County Department of Mental Health is a proud partner with Live Well Erie. Click the box to learn more!

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Contact

Phone: (716) 858-8530

Department of Mental Health
Edward A Rath County Office Building
95 Franklin Street, Room 1237
Buffalo, New York 14202