Rochester Resources for Mental Health

A green ribbon for mental health.

As moms, self-care is important. We cannot pour from an empty cup. If you need help, reach out to a friend and consider contacting one of these resources here in Rochester.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Crisis Services of Monroe County
Call: 585-275-5151
Text: 898-211

Rochester Regional Health Crisis Line

These services and more can also be reached by dialing “211”.


Maternal Mental Health Counseling of Rochester
Dr. Jennifer Price, LMHC, PMH-C

Christina Smalley Counseling
Christina Smalley, LCSW


From their websites:

UR Medicine Program for Mental Health and Gender Wellness in Obstetrics and Gynecology
If you’re struggling emotionally, you’re not alone. The UR Medicine Program for Mental Health and Gender Wellness in Obstetrics and Gynecology is here to help. We understand that your physical health and your mental health are closely connected. We offer a variety of services focused on treating your mental health needs, like challenges related to pregnancy, depression or anxiety problems, menopause, relationship conflict, and more.

Rochester Regional Health Behavioral Health Services
As our community’s demand for behavioral health care increases, so does our commitment to evolving and extending crucial services throughout the region. That’s why Rochester Regional Health offers the broadest range of behavioral health services in our region. Our services are offered on both an inpatient and outpatient basis in order to best meet each patient’s specific needs.

Rochester Regional Health Behavioral Health Crisis Center
65 Genesee Street, Entrance at 11 Chili Avenue, Rochester, NY 14611
Phone Number: (585) 368-3950
Hours: Sunday – Saturday 9:00am – 9:00pm
The Rochester Regional Health Behavioral Health Access and Crisis Center is available for those who need help with a mental health issue. The Center is an alternative to a trip to the emergency department for urgent mental health needs. We are pleased to welcome adults, aged 18 and over, without an appointment on a walk-in basis. You may call ahead to be accepted as soon as space is available. Our behavioral health services are completely voluntary, and patients are free to come and go as they please. You’ll experience a comfortable, relaxed environment filled with clinicians who can assist you with problem-solving and safety planning. 

Mental Health Association of Rochester
The Mental Health Association of Rochester/Monroe County, Inc. promotes mental wellness through a spectrum of culturally competent programs and services.

NAMI Rochester
NAMI Rochester exists to provide support, education and advocacy to individuals and families of all cultural backgrounds who are living with mental illness. We envision a world where stigma is no longer a barrier to treatment, support is readily available, and mental illness is universally accepted as a treatable medical condition.