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New Hours ….

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As of September 1st, Pathways will no longer have walk-in hours at 148 Main Street; Oneida. Our intent is to focus on creating opportunities out in the community for socialization and group support/activities. Check our Calendar or this page to for 'The Compass' newsletter to find opportunities to connect and socialize. We encourage everyone to call the Pathways Wellness Center line at (855) 387-3030 for an appointment. The Peer Support Warmline is always available at (855) 778-1900. If you are in crisis, please call the Madison County Crisis Line at (315) 366-2215, or National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK.
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Join Us — July 13th

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Comedy 4a Cause / Dinner-Drinks-Comedy Show Thursday, July 13 at 5 PM - 9 PM Lee Center, NY | Gone Coastal Restaurant Get Tickets Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/comedy-4a-cause-tickets-35759725301
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July Pathways Newsletter

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Our Pathways community newsletter is comprised of your writings, artwork, and contributions. We are looking for volunteers to edit, format. and distribute the news. Call the Pathways Center to get involved. You can make this a great newsletter! Click here to download: The Compass July 2017
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June “The Compass” Newsletter

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Check out our first newsletter, The Compass. We are in need of articles, recipes, photos, poetry, and other tidbits for our newsletter. We're also looking for volunteers to edit, format. and distribute the news. Call the Pathways Center to get involved. You can make this a great newsletter! Click here to download: The Compass_June 2017  
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Peer Resource Center to Help People with Mental, Emotional Issues

Peer Resource Center to Help People with Mental, Emotional Issues

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(photo courtesy of http://romesentinel.com)   ONEIDA — Liberty Resources will be opening a peer resource center in Oneida to help individuals coping with mental and emotional issues. The center will open in early February at an undetermined date, and once it opens workers at the center will use peer support techniques to help individuals in need find hope and healing. Applicants must be over 18 years old, reside in the county and be struggling with a mental health condition to be eligible. Self-referrals and walk-ins will be welcome, and referrals will be accepted from community members, family and friends.  Click to read more  
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