Mental Health Clinics

Say Yes has helped to bring mental health services directly into school buildings in an effort to increase access for students. These clinics can address issues like family conflict, anger or aggression, depression and anxiety, suicidal thoughts, and self harming behaviors.

Program Overview

Working with community-based mental health providers and the Buffalo Public Schools, Say Yes has helped to bring mental health services directly into school buildings in an effort to increase access for students. These clinics are operated by licensed clinicians on behalf of partner mental health agencies. The types of services available at each can address issues like family conflict, anger or aggression, depression and anxiety, suicidal thoughts, and self harming behaviors.

Clinics opened through the Say Yes Buffalo Partnership receive bridge funding from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo. Those interested in accessing counseling services in school should contact members of the schools Student Support Team (SST), typically the Social Worker, the Psychologist, or the Say Yes Buffalo Family Support Specialist.

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