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Office of Mental Health

Rochester Psychiatric Center
Children and Youth Services


Livingston County Mobile Mental Health Team (MMHT)

The Mobile Mental Health Team's primary mission is to provide crisis intervention services and outreach to the children and youth of Livingston County. The MMHT is funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health and provided to the residents of Livingston County by way of the Rochester Psychiatric Center. The MMHT assists individual youth and their families to develop and maintain the community supports and skills necessary to promote age appropriate levels of functioning and independence and to prevent the unnecessary hospitalization or re-hospitalization of emotionally disturbed youth. In addition to crisis intervention and stabilization services provided directly to youth and their families, the MMHT assists agencies such as school districts, the Departments of Social Services, Probation Bureaus, and other organizations by offering consultation, education and training services on a wide variety of mental health related issues.

Smith Road Community Residence (SRCR) is an eight-bedroom home for adolescents coping with a serious mental illness.  SRCR provides supports to the resident as they develop and expand their social, emotional and functional behaviors.  Youth work at gaining skills and engaging in developmentally normative behaviors and programs within the community setting, such as school employment and health appointments as needed.

OnTrackNY is an innovative treatment program for individuals ages 16 to 30 who have recently experienced the symptoms of psychosis. Participants and their families receive a range of services from the multidisciplinary team aimed at reducing the effects of these symptoms, and helping them to achieve their goals regarding school, work and relationships. 


Comments or questions about the information on this page can be directed to the Rochester Psychiatric Center Administration.