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Our behavioral health services include short-term counseling and medication consultation for our Jordan Health primary care patients. Our therapists are qualified to treat children, teenagers and adults with individual and/or family therapy and medication management.
Due to Department of Health regulations, Jordan Health offers episodic behavioral healthcare. We are not able to provide long-term care.
If you are interested in speaking with one of our behavioral health specialists, you will need to first talk with your primary care physician. Your Jordan Health physician will generate a referral for you. You will then receive a letter in the mail with your appointment date and time.
WHEN OUR DEPARTMENT IS CLOSED
When our department is closed, please reference the following off-hours emergency resources:
2-1-1 Lifeline; Rochester Mobile Crisis Team – 585-275-5151; Mental Health Association South Avenue, Drop-In Center 5 P.M. – 9:30 P.M.; Warm Line – 585-454-3530
Medication-Assisted Addiction Treatment
Jordan Health also offers a medication-assisted addiction treatment (MAAT) program that offers buprenorphine (Suboxone® or Subutex®) treatment to individuals with opioid dependence. This includes people with addiction to heroin or opiate pills like Vicodin® or OxyContin®. We also offer treatment for nicotine dependence and cocaine dependence for those who are receiving buprenorphine treatment.Our staff includes three physicians who are certified to provide buprenorphine treatment, a licensed clinical social worker and our MAAT coordinator. This staff works together with Jordan Health behavioral health providers to support the sobriety and recovery of our patients.All individuals are screened to ensure they are suitable candidates for our MAAT program. Our MAAT program only provides outpatient services; we do not provide inpatient detoxification or comprehensive chemical dependency services. If you would like to learn more about our program or inquire about becoming a patient, contact the MAAT coordinator at 585-423-2802.