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St. Lawrence County Resources!

Look below to find resources in St. Lawrence County. Follow each link to learn more.

St. Lawrence County Public Health

To ensure the health, safety and quality of life for all St. Lawrence County residents. The department is dedicated to protecting the health of our community by:

• Controlling the spread of disease; • Promoting healthy choices; • Providing timely health information; • Promoting the health and development of infants and children; and • Planning for and helping to mitigate public health emergencies.

St. Lawrence County Mental Health Clinic

The St. Lawrence County Mental Health Clinic provides outpatient mental health assessment, counseling, crisis intervention, psychiatric treatment/therapy, and support services to adults, children, adolescents, and their families who are affected by a mental illness and significant emotional disorders. 

United Helpers

We’ve built an organization to meet your needs today and tomorrow. By connecting people to the right services and supports, they can be as engaged as possible with living

St. Lawrence Health - Behavioral Health

"Offering compassionate, integrated, holistic, evidence-based treatment, St. Lawrence Health’s Behavioral Health services are individualized to meet your needs. Our goal is to provide effective interventions that will assist individuals in resolving emotional and psychological problems, maintain stability over time, and facilitate independent functioning.

We aim to offer the most comprehensive behavioral health and substance abuse care to our patients."

Transitional Living Services of Northern New York

"Transitional Living Services of Northern New York (TLS) is a private not-for-profit agency which was incorporated in 1977 to establish residential services for individuals in need of psychiatric, rehabilitative support who were unable to live independently in the community... provides services to children, adolescents and adults. TLS’ primary goal is to assist people to live in the least restrictive setting possible. This goal is accomplished through varying levels of support."

S.T.E.P. by S.T.E.P., Inc.

“Strives to empower the members of our community by establishing person-centered relationships, providing advocacy, educational, recovery, and social services, and creating affordable and safe housing opportunities.”

Reachout of St. Lawrence County, Inc.

“Free, confidential, non-judgmental crisis and information hotline serving residents of St. Lawrence County. We focus on crisis services and supportive listening, although we provide a host of other services as needed… We operate a mobile crisis team that sends trained counselors to meet and assess people at risk at locations all around the county.”

Call us at (315) 265-2422

St. Lawrence County Suicide Awareness Coalition

“The St. Lawrence County Suicide Awareness Coalition works to cultivate a resilient community by providing education, training, services and support in order to reduce the number of deaths by suicide in St. Lawrence County.”

The ARC Jefferson - St. Lawrence

"Provide lifelong opportunities that enhance the lives of people, so that they may achieve their hopes and aspirations."

Offering various programs and services including Bridges: providing services and supports to children and youth with developmental disabilities, Career Solutions: a community-based employment service for people with qualifying documented disability, Children’s Care Management, Clinical Services, Community Arts, Community Habilitation, Community Prevocational Services, Day Services, Dodge Pond: year-round recreational options, Residential Services, Self-Direction services, and more.


“Assisting individuals with disabilities to achieve and maintain employment and to support independent living.”

Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY

“The Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York fights for fairness, dignity, and justice for those living in poverty and for a society which is inclusive and equitable for all. We transform lives, build community and empower people by using the law to address individual and systemic wrongs and inequities.”

"We provide free civil legal services to low-income people."

2-1-1 Adirondack Region Lifeline

“Looking for community, social, or government services? Search online or dial 2-1-1 for services near you."

“Call for free and confidential community referral that connects callers with resources providing food, shelter, rent assistance, clothing, child care options and other types of community assistance. Trained referral specialists are multi-lingual and available to help individuals find the help they need.”

St. Lawrence County Department of Social Services

“Provides temporary assistance to eligible individuals and families to help them with their basic needs until they can become self-sufficient. Toward that end, we have employment programs and other supportive services such as day care so that people can find and maintain employment. We also administer programs which can assist people with their medical expenses and nutritional needs.”

St. Lawrence County Community Development Program

“Through our programs, families gain access to resources and services that not only help alleviate the financial burden brought on by underemployment and an ever-rising cost of living, but also seek to ultimately move them towards self-support.”

Programs including Head Start school readiness for children 3-5yrs, Housing Choice Voucher Program providing rental assistance for income-eligible families, Neighborhood Centers that provide services like food pantries, emergency aid, thrift stores, and more, Weatherization Program to make homes more energy efficient, and more.

North Country Housing Council

“The St. Lawrence County Housing Council, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit corporation serving the housing and community revitalization needs of rural communities across St. Lawrence County, New York.”

Offering services including Home Ownership Center providing assistance to first-time home buyers with low to moderate-income, first-time home buyers class and grants, housing rehabilitation, and more.

Rural Law Center of NY

Serving low-income New Yorkers throughout New York’s 44 rural counties. Offering help with family law, housing, consumer debt, and more. Call or fill out an online intake form.

Canton Housing Authority

Providing safe, secure, suitable and affordable housing opportunities to low-income family, elderly, and disabled households.

HCR Home Care - North Country Region

“Our wide range of home health care and social services provide the helpful support your loved one needs, and the peace of mind you deserve. These services are administered at home to individuals who are recovering, disabled, or chronically ill needing medical, nursing, social or therapeutic treatment, or assistance with daily living activities.”

Offering a variety of skilled services, paraprofessional services, care management, rehabilitation services, specialized care, and more.

St. Lawrence County Office for the Aging

“Provides services and advocacy for County residents 60 years and older. Programs and services include: Nutrition Centers and Home Delivered Meals, NY Connects, Home Care Services, Family Caregiver Support, Medical Transportation, Legal Services, Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance, Health Promotion Classes, Nutrition Education and Nutrition Counseling.”

Northern Lights Home Health Care

Providing part-time intermittent health care and support services to residents in St. Lawrence County.


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