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Specialized Practitioners

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Specialized Practitioners

A listof practitioners who specialize in mental health and/or substance use disorders can be obtained from the County Mental Health Clinics listed elsewhere in this guide.

They can also be found using the searchable database found at: http://columbiapathwaystorecovery.org/resourcesrecoveryservicesprovidersforparentshelpfullinks/

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Medication Assisted Treatment Providers:

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Medication Assisted Treatment Providers:

Suboxone Providers

Irma Waldo

Twin County Recovery Services, Inc.
350 Power Ave., Hudson.
Phone: (518) 828-9300
Website:
www.twincountyrecoveryservices.org

 

William Murphy
31 Dardess Drive, Chatham.
Phone: (518) 392-6650

 

Tariton Mustapha
159 Jefferson Heights, Suite D107, Catskill.
Phone: (518) 943-1442

 

S. Merkhan
159 Jefferson Heights, Suite D107, Catskill.
Phone: (518) 943-1442


Illyak Szilak
Columbia Memorial Health/Hudson Medical Care
71 Prospect Ave., Hudson.
Phone: (518) 697-3540


Ravi Ramaswami
854 Rt 212, Saugerties.
Phone: (845) 246-2804


Joshua Rosenfield
9 Law St., Coxsackie.
Phone: (518) 731-2120


Charles Kutler
350 Washington Ave., Kingston.
Phone: (845) 338-7140


Vinay Kumar
246 Marlboro, MA.
Phone: (508) 460-3872


S. Fuhrman
363 Delaware Ave., Delmar.
Phone: (518) 439-9911


Lisa Bevilacqua
Debra Zimring
1240 New Scotland Ave., Slingerlands.
Phone: (518) 439-2460


Angelo Potenciano Sparo
2
nd Ave., Albany.
Phone: (518) 449-5170


Jeanette Thornton
Straton VA Medical Ctr.,
113 Holland Ave., Albany.
Phone: (518) 626-5328


Jose David
SPARC Detox,
315 S. Manning Blvd., Albany.
Phone: (518) 525-1303


Michael Alexandrov
25 Elk St., Albany.
Phone: (518) 952-8356


Thomas Kuettel
747 Madison Ave., Albany.
Phone: (518) 427-8212


Chisara Adonia
900 Lark St., Albany.
Phone: (518) 465-9345


Mark Oldendorf
1365 Washington Ave., Albany.
Phone: (518) 435-1300

Vivitrol Providers

Marilyn Miller
Columbia Memorial Health,
Suite 130, Hudson.
Phone: (518) 697-3540

Methadone Maintenance

Kingston MTP
2 Barbarossa Lane, Kingston.
Phone: (845) 943-6022


Whitney Young
10 Dewitt St., Albany.
Phone: (518) 463-3882


Lexington Center
230 North Rd., Poughkeepsie.
Phone: (845) 486-285

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Greene County Mental Health Center (GCMHC)

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Greene County Mental Health Center (GCMHC)
905 County Office Bldg., Cairo, NY 12413

Phone: (518) 622-9163 Fax: (518) 622-8592
Facebook:
Greene County Mental Health
Website: http://greenegovernment.com/departments/mentalhealth

Services Provided: Individual and group therapy for the residents of Greene County. In addition, we offer psychiatric evaluations and medication management. Children and family services provided at satellite locations throughout Greene County as well.

GCMHC Single Point of Access (SPOA)-Children
Contact: Heather Buffa, Children’s Single Point of Access (SPOA) Coordinator

Phone: (518) 622-9163 ext. 7150; Fax: (518) 622-8592;
Email: hbuffa@discovergreene.com

Services provided: Facilitate a Level of Care meeting with the SPOA Team, which is made up of case management representatives and family support agencies, family members and the identified youth, if age appropriate. Determine if case management is appropriate and what level of care would be helpful.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm.
Target population(s): Youth with a mental health diagnosis (also having behavioral problems) which is interfering with their success at home, at school or in the community.
Eligibility criteria: Mental health diagnosis.
How to apply for services: Contact SPOA Coordinator for an application.

GCMHC Single Point of Access (SPOA)-Adults
Contact: Jessica Dillon, Adult Single Point of Access (SPOA) Coordinator

Phone: (518) 622-9163 ext. 7119; Fax: (518) 622-8592;
Email: mailto:jdillon@discovergreene.com

Services provided: The Adult SPOA Program helps connect specially identified applicants to the most appropriate residences and services. The goal is to remove barriers to successful community living for adults with serious mental illness.
Hours: Monday — Friday, 9 am — 5pm.
Target population(s): Adults with serious mental illness who need assistance accessing residential and community services.
Eligibility criteria: Adults with a serious mental illness.
How to apply for services: Contact SPOA Coordinator for an application.

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Columbia County Department of Human Services (CCDHS)

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Columbia County Department of Human Services (CCDHS)
325 Columbia Street, Suite 300, Hudson, NY 12534

Phone: (518) 828-9446 Fax: (518) 828-8098
Website:
www.columbiacountymhc.com/
Facebook:
Columbia County Mental Health Center

Objectives: To develop and maintain a coordinated integrated continuum of services which permits all individuals to reach their personal potential and live their lives with dignity and independence.
Services provided: See below.

Mental Health Clinic (with satellite locations throughout the county)
Phone: (518) 828-9446 Fax: (518) 822-8096

Services provided: Individual and group therapy for the residents of Columbia County. In addition, we offer psychiatric evaluations and medication management. Children and family services provided at satellite locations throughout Columbia County. Contact the Mental Health Clinic for additional satellite information.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Friday: 8 am – 5 pm.; Wednesday and Thursday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm; Crisis Line – 24 hours: (518) 828-9446.
Target population: Ages 5 and up.
Eligibility criteria: Must be a resident of Columbia County.
How to apply for services: Call 828-9446 and ask to schedule an intake assessment.

Mental Health Center Care Coordination Services
Contact: John Lyons, Child and Adult Care Coordination Services Director
Phone: (518) 828-9446 ext. 2246; Fax: (518) 828-9450;
Email: jlyons@columbiacountyny.com

Services provided: Comprehensive Case Management, Care Coordination and Health Promotion, Comprehensive Transition Care, Patient and Family Support, Referrals to Community and Social Support Services.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Friday: 8 am – 5 pm.
Target population: Adults and children.
Eligibility criteria: Adults: serious mental health condition or HIV/AIDS or two chronic conditions including physical, mental health or substance use disorders. Children: mental health needs.
How to apply for services: Contact the Child and Adult Care Coordination Services Director

 

CCDHS Single Point of Access (SPOA)-Children
Contact: Susan Whittaker, Children’s Single Point of Access (SPOA) Coordinator
Phone: (518) 828-9446 ext. 1230; Fax: (518) 822-8096;
Email: susan.whittaker@columbiacountyny.com

Services provided: Facilitate a Level of Care meeting with the SPOA Team, which is made up of case management representatives and family support agencies, family members and the identified youth, if age appropriate. Determine if case management is appropriate and what level of care would be helpful.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm.
Target population(s): Youth with a mental health diagnosis (also having behavioral problems) which is interfering with their success at home, at school or in the community.
Eligibility criteria: Mental health diagnosis.
How to apply for services: Contact SPOA Coordinator for an application.

CCDHS Single Point of Access (SPOA)-Adults
Contact: John Lyons, Adult Single Point of Access (SPOA) Coordinator
Phone: (518) 828-9446 ext. 2246; Fax: (518) 822-8096;
Email: john.lyons@columbiacountyny.com

Services provided: The Adult SPOA Program helps connect specially identified applicants to the most appropriate residences and services. The goal is to remove barriers to successful community living for adults with serious mental illness.
Hours: Monday — Friday, 9 am — 5pm.
Target population(s): Adults with serious mental illness who need assistance accessing residential and community services.
Eligibility criteria: Adults with a serious mental illness.
How to apply for services: Contact SPOA Coordinator for an application.

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Young People in Recovery–Hudson Chapter

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Young People in Recovery–Hudson Chapter
360 Solaris, Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534

Phone: (720) 600-4977
Email
: yprhudson@gmail.com
Contact: Eushabell Rodriguez
Website: www.youngpeopleinrecovery.org
Facebook:
YPR-Hudson, NY

Services Provided: Local chapters support young people in or seeking recovery by empowering them to obtain stable employment, secure suitable housing, and explore continuing education. Chapters also advocate on the local and state levels for better accessibility of these services and other effective recovery resources.
Hours: Check Facebook page for local workshops, support groups, meetings.

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