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Central NY Peer Recovery Engagement Program (CNY-PREP)

Kirsten Hubel, Program Coordinator

(315) 214-1427

Email: khubel@ccsi.org


   Peer Engagement Referral Form

What is the Peer Engagement Program?


In conjunction with Coordinated Care Services Inc. (CCSI) Onondaga County Mental Health provides Peer Engagement Services. CNY-PREP is a voluntary program funded by the Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) that provides supports for those individuals and families who are struggling with substance use issues.

 

What does a Peer do?

 

Peers with their own lived experiences provide a unique understanding of the challenges faced by those seeking wellness and recovery.

A Peer will walk with you and provide support in the development of a recovery plan. Peers approach recovery with an understanding that each person follows their own path. Peers embrace the uniqueness of each individual’s ability to create a life of meaning and purpose as they define it for themselves.

 Peer supports are voluntary

 Peers share hope, support, and encouragement

 Peers offer one-to-one relationships

 Peers can connect people to a wide range of resources and supports that promote wellness/recovery

 Peers believe that health, home, purpose, and community are elements that lead to lasting wellness and recovery

 

If you feel you need Crisis Assistance contact the following 24/7 Support Services:

 

Emergency Dial 9-1-1

 

Nationwide Suicide Hotline (800) 273-8255
Regional Open Access Center for Addictions (ROACA) at Helio Health (24/7) (315) 471-1564
Crisis Connects 24/7 Live support line staffed by trained counselors: (315) 251-0800

 

Liberty Resources Mobile Crisis (M-F 5pm-12am; Weekends/Holidays 6am-12am)
 • Onondaga County: Adults: (315) 251-0800
 • Onondaga County Youths: (315) 463-1100
 • Cayuga County: (315) 251-0800
 • Cortland County: (607) 756-3771
 • Oswego County: (315) 251-0800
 • Madison County:  (315) 366-2327

 

 

Buprenorphine Dosing- Upstate Hospital Emergency Department to treat withdrawal from opiate use.

 

 

Office of Addiction Services and Support

 
Get Help

Basic Needs Services 


211CNY / Syracuse / Onondaga County


Dial 211

Children Mental Health Services 


ACCESS Team


(315) 463-1100

Developmental Disabilities Services

Exceptional Family Resources / Disability Resources


(315) 478-1462

Alcohol or Substance Use Services 

Prevention Network Resources



(315) 471-1359

Mental Health and Community Services 

211CNY / Syracuse / Onondaga County

Dial 211
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