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Dutchess Rose House

Orange/Ulster County Rose House

Putnam Rose House

Warren Washington Rose House

Eagles Nest Respite House

Refreshing Waters Respite House


Dutchess Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

 

Contact Information

Dutchess Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

Hyde Park, New York

845-233-4656

Mission Statement

The mission of the Rose House is to provide a 100% peer-run, home-like alternative to traditional crisis care that is welcoming, engaging, comfortable, empathetic, and has positive expectations for people's wellness. While there is no standard Rose House experience (each person designs their own stay), a successful Rose House stay generally produces a better understanding of what happened that caused the crisis, how to resolve the issues that led to the crisis, and knowledge of skills and accessible resources in the community that can help them in times of emotional distress.

Program Eligibility Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Guests will reside in Dutchess
  • Guests should be able to manage their own medication during their stay

Staff are trained in...

  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Motivational Interviewing

Orange/Ulster County Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

 

Contact Information

Orange/Ulster County Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

Orange County, New York

845-452-2728

Mission Statement

The mission of the Rose House is to provide a 100% peer-run, home-like alternative to traditional crisis care that is welcoming, engaging, comfortable, empathetic, and has positive expectations for people's wellness. While there is no standard Rose House experience (each person designs their own stay), a successful Rose House stay generally produces a better understanding of what happened that caused the crisis, how to resolve the issues that led to the crisis, and knowledge of skills and accessible resources in the community that can help them in times of emotional distress.

Program Eligibility Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Guests must be a resident of Orange or Ulster County in New York
  • Guests should be able to manage their own medication during their stay
  • Guests must not be on the state sex offender registry

Staff are trained in...

  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Intentional Peer Support(IPS)
  • Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
  • SafeTalk
  • ASIST
  • Mental Health First Aid

Putnam County Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

 

Contact Information

Putnam County Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

Garrison, New York

845-452-2728

Mission Statement

The mission of the Rose House is to provide a 100% peer-run, home-like alternative to traditional crisis care that is welcoming, engaging, comfortable, empathetic, and has positive expectations for people's wellness. While there is no standard Rose House experience (each person designs their own stay), a successful Rose House stay generally produces a better understanding of what happened that caused the crisis, how to resolve the issues that led to the crisis, and knowledge of skills and accessible resources in the community that can help them in times of emotional distress.

Program Eligibility Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Guests must be a resident of Putnam County in New York
  • Guests should be able to manage their own medication during their stay
  • Guests must not be on the state sex offender registry

Staff are trained in...

  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Intentional Peer Support(IPS)
  • Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
  • SafeTalk
  • ASIST
  • Mental Health First Aid

Warren Washington Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

 

Contact Information

Warren Washington County Rose House

PEOPLe, Inc.

Glens Falls, New York

DavidK@projectstoempower.org

518-502-1172

Mission Statement

Changing the Mental Health Conversation from Illness to Wellness.

Program Eligibility Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Guests must be a resident of either Warren or Washington County in Upstate New York

Staff are trained in...

  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Intentional Peer Support(IPS)
  • Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
  • SafeTalk
  • ASIST
  • Mental Health First Aid

Eagles Nest Respite House

Housing Options Made Easy, Inc.

 

Contact Information

Eagles Nest Respite House

Housing Options Made Easy, Inc.

Cattaraugus County, New York

844-421-1114

716-241-4605

kirsten.vincent@housingoptions.org

Mission Statement

Housing Options Made Easy, Inc. has developed innovative peer-run Short-Term Crisis Respite hospital diversion programs that fill a critical gap in the mental health services in Western New York. The Respite Centers provide a recovery-based alternative to existing hospital-driven emergency services. The Respite Centers are strength-based and are designed to promote wellness. The goal of the Respite Centers is to provide recovery-oriented, trauma-informed peer and formal support in a community setting.

Program Eligibility Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Guests reside in New York, primarily Cattaraugus County

Staff are trained in...

  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Intentional Peer Support (IPS)
  • Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)

The respite staff are all highly trained peer companions and advocates. Our goal is to foster hope for positive change by empowering individuals to discover the ability and knowledge within themselves to create healthy goals to support wellness. 


Refreshing Waters Respite House

Housing Options Made Easy, Inc.

 

Contact Information

Refreshing Waters Respite

Housing Options Made Easy, Inc.

Erie County, New York

844-588-8427

716-248-2886

kirsten.vincent@housingoptions.org

Mission Statement

Housing Options Made Easy, Inc. has developed innovative peer-run Short-Term Crisis Respite hospital diversion programs that fill a critical gap in the mental health services in Western New York. The Respite Centers provide a recovery-based alternative to existing hospital-driven emergency services. The Respite Centers are strength-based and are designed to promote wellness. The goal of the Respite Centers is to provide recovery-oriented, trauma-informed peer and formal support in a community setting.

Program Eligibility Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Guests reside in New York, primarily Erie County

Staff are trained in...

  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Intentional Peer Support (IPS)
  • Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)

The respite staff are all highly trained peer companions and advocates. Our goal is to foster hope for positive change by empowering individuals to discover the ability and knowledge within themselves to create healthy goals to support wellness.