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OnTrackNY

Resource Author/Owner/Service Provider

Center for Practice Innovations

Description

OnTrackNY is an innovative treatment program for adolescents and young adults who recently have had unusual thoughts and behaviors or who have started hearing or seeing things that others don’t. OnTrackNY helps people achieve their goals for school, work, and relationships. Programs are located throughout New York State.

OnTrackNY also provides consultation and training, as well as manuals and web-based resources, to programs and State agencies that would like to implement Coordinated Specialty Care teams for people with early psychosis.

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Categories

General Support for FamiliesInformation and ReferralLife Skill DevelopmentMental HealthSchizophrenia/Psychotic DisorderSelf-AdvocacySelf-Directed Care

Related Terms

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1-800-342-9871

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1-800-273-TALK (8255) Toll Free
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1-800-342-3720, Toll Free
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Family/Youth Support and Peer Advocacy

Information and support for individuals and families with behavioral, emotional, physical and/or mental health challenges.

Financial Assistance

Help given to a person or organization in the form of money, loans, reduced taxes, etc.

Legal/Civil Rights/Protective Services

Information regarding the discrimination against people with physical/mental disabilities, as well as information on protective services.

Training and Technical Assistance

Planning, development, delivery, and evaluation of activities designed to achieve specific learning objectives and help resolve problems.

Developed by the Council on Children and Families and Funded by the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council