• 47 Broad Avenue Binghamton, NY 13904

  • Phone (607) 771-8888

  • Fax (607) 771-8892

Annual Report

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63% = increase in number of referred activities from last year. The Project Uplift Program provides care management services to adults living with severe and persistent mental illness and supports them in living a safe, healthy, and enriched life.

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244 unduplicated individuals were served.

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In December of 2018 "The Beacon" blended its weekend services with the Sunrise Wellness Center.

“It wasn’t until I started meeting people with similar situations that I could see that others relate and identify to what I go through. They understand my story and I understand them too…” – Chris

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72 = The number of unduplicated individuals served.

“There is family and there are friends that become family!”

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96% of families reported seeing an increase in three or more of the following areas, academics, healthy decision making, developing healthy relationships, social skills, and the development of positive behaviors.

“It makes me cry thinking about how far she has come since she joined the Compeer Youth Mentoring Program, and I am so thankful for the relationship she has built with her mentor. I could not have dreamed of a better mentor for my child.”(Parent)

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provided support to 59 unduplicated guests who stayed a total of 317 days. 4194 Warm Line calls in 2018

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over 550 professionals trained in 2018

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$250 = amount of mini-grants available to youth who initiate their own event to promote mental wellness or suicide awareness and prevention.

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102 families and 90 additional youth served 80 wraparounds held. 10,267 = Number of reach-outs to families and providers.

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186 people trained as Mental Health First Aiders

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Served / Trained 362 Law Enforcement

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310 = number of people provided follow up services

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839 = units of contact with families, school and community “Your meeting him at the new school placement over these last few months has helped him more than you could know. You helped him transition, gave support in making friends and feeling apart of the new setting. We are ready for you to close. He will be ok.”

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The Sunrise Wellness Center is a peer-run program promoting recovery for individuals with mental health diagnoses. Sunrise encourages a self-directed approach to mental health services, and promotes mental, physical, and spiritual wellness. The Center acts as a gateway for people with mental health challenges to find hope and support in recovery.

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