Mental Health Services

Glove House recognizes the need for Mental Health Services to help youth and families who are struggling.

Mental Health
Available In:
Seneca County
Ages 5-20
Referred by:
Contracted Services and Support Services, Parental, School, Community
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Glove House recognizes the need for Mental Health Services to help youth and families who are struggling. We offer a number of services to youth and families to support their goals for succeeding within their communities.

Mental Health Services

At present, the following services are available in Seneca County. We hope to expand these offerings to other NYS counties in the future. 

Home Based Crisis Intervention (HBCI)

HBCI is Structured Mental health support tailored to serve youth ages 5-20 in the home 2-5 times a week.

The program works to de-escalate a youth in crisis and/or at risk of being removed from the home.

HBCI provides comprehensive services to at-risk children, adolescents, and families in order to stabilize the family and maintain the home environment.

HBCI establishes and works on treatment goals and facilitates the use of community resources by the family.

Youth Mental Health Support Group

Psycho-educational support group designed to engage the youth in conversation regarding topics relevant to them and their families.

The group is co-facilitated by staff while youth are encouraged to take ownership of the group and lead their peers as appropriate.

Parent Support Group

Support group for parents/caregivers of youth with social, emotional, behavioral, mental health or a developmental disability.

The group is facilitated by the Family Peer Advocate and Interventionist to lead discussions.

Family Peer Advocate

Family Peer Advocates have ‘lived-experience’ as the caregiver of a child/youth with a social, emotional, behavioral, mental health or developmental disability.

They are trained to develop skills and strategies to empower and support other families. They foster effective parent-professional partnerships and promote the practice of family-driven and youth-guided approaches.

Mental Health Respite

Glove House Respite Services are designed to provide breaks and time away for a youth experiencing a mental health crisis.

This service can be utilized on an emergency or planned basis with up to fourteen (14) overnight stays a year.

On Call Hotline

Glove House offers and 24 hour hotline for crisis support, staffed by providers trained in Trauma Crisis Intervention (TCI). An HBCI interventionalist is available as an additional level of support.

Emergency On Call: 607-738-8866

We are very pleased with the progress that Matthew has made with Clay. Matthew's been very patient with Clay and is able to help him work through his moods and anger. Clay really likes Matthew and opens up to him even when he won't with others.

--Lisa & Clay

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Connect with us

Email our HBCI team