Mental Health - Kanikonri:ihne (Good Mind Counseling)
Health Services Building
Weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 518-358-3141, Toll free: 1-800-647-7839
Emergency : Tribal Police 518-358-9200
Mental Health Kanikonri:iohne "Good Mind Counseling Center" Brochure - CLICK HERE
Child & Youth Clinic Brochure - CLICK HERE
Traditional Medicine Brochure - CLICK HERE
For a list of emergency contacts - CLICK HERE
Mission: To ensure that those members of the Akwesasne community who are having emotional troubles get the treatment they need to feel better.
Saint Regis Mohawk Mental Health Services provide confidential outpatient mental health services for children and adults. We see people for many different reasons such as depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, relationship problems, trouble at work, school, or home, family conflict, sleeping problems, sexual problems, past and/or present sexual, physical, emotional abuse, eating problems and grief/loss.
Often people need a place to talk about their problems and concerns in private. The services we provide include but are not limited to the following: screenings, individual, family, couples, and play therapy; assessment, including psychiatric evaluation; crisis intervention; medication therapy; case management; parent advocacy; Traditional Mohawk Services; respite and home based mental health services; Coordinated Children’s Services Initiative- wraparound services; mental health consultation for Head Start; and school based mental health services in the Salmon River Central school district.
Each person has their own special needs, and treatment is planned specially to meet those needs. Many people include their own traditional methods of healing as part of their plan.
Contact our office by phone, stop in to make a referral, or take an anonymous online screening at www.mentalhealthscreening.org/screening/STREGIS to find out if a professional consultation may be helpful for you.
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