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Cayuga County Contact Community Services

(315) 218-1916(877) 400-8740

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About Cayuga County Contact Community Services

Cayuga County Contact Community Services is dedicated to providing 24/7, free and confidential support and information over phone and text message (SMS). We support everyone in New York, United States who may need emotional support with abuse & domestic violence, anxiety, bullying, Dementia & Alzheimer's, depression, eating & body image, family issues, gambling, gender & sexual identity, grief & loss, loneliness, parenting, pregnancy & abortion, relationships, school or work issues, self-harm, sexual abuse, stress, substance use, suicide, supporting a friend or family member, trauma & PTSD.

Regardless of what you're experiencing, whether it's a mental health crisis or wellbeing support, we will support you, for free. We are dedicated to preventing suicide. If you're contemplating suicide or you're worried about warning signs in someone else, please reach out to us for help.

When you contact us you will talk with one of our trained and supportive counselors or peers or volunteers who will listen to you with empathy and understanding, and work together with you to find a meaningful way foward. They are experienced in knowing how to help people who have challenges like what you are going through. We support people of all ethnicities, genders, beliefs and ages. We are here for everyone. We are always open. You can contact us for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Where is Cayuga County Contact Community Services available?

Available in United States

  • New York

Who does Cayuga County Contact Community Services support?

All topics and everyone

What languages does Cayuga County Contact Community Services support?

English

What can I talk to Cayuga County Contact Community Services about?

Abuse & domestic violence
Anxiety
Bullying
Dementia & Alzheimers
Depression
Eating & body image
Family
Gambling
Gender & sexual identity
Loneliness
Parenting
Pregnancy & abortion
Trauma & PTSD
Relationships
School & work
Self-harm
Sexual abuse
Stress
Substance use
Suicide
Supporting others
Grief & loss

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