Resources for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a disorder diagnosed in children and adolescents but can also be retrospectively diagnosed in adults. ADHD is characterized by difficulty maintaining attention, following directions, staying organized, fidgeting with hands and feet, and acting as if "driven by a motor".

Horizon Health Services

Outpatient and residential treatments available for adults, children, and families. Services include mental health and psychiatric counseling, substance use disorder, medication management, group and family counseling, women’s services, and support services.

Central Intake: 716-831-1800          

Main line: 716-831-2700

Medicaid and most other forms of insurance, sliding scale.

Vary by location

ECMC Adult, Child, and Family Clinic

Comprehensive care center open to adult, families and children that offers daily mental health assessments, individual and group counseling, medication management, treatment for a wide range of psychiatric disorders, substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress syndrome disorder, and clozaril management.

All insurances accepted, financial assistance offered based on ability to pay.

8-5 M-F

Hillside Children’s Center

Offers local services for children and adolescents to address attention deficit disorder, provide crisis support, educational and vocational training, foster care, family resources, and other behavioral health services.

None

Hours Vary by Location

Tourette Syndrome Association of Greater NYS

Provides counseling for children with Tourette Syndrome, ADHD, obsessive/compulsive disorders, and anxiety disorder. Additional services include parent/adult support groups, help line, overnight youth recreation programs, conferences, workshops, and children’s activities.

$45 per year.

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Neighborhood Health Center

Short term individual cognitive behavioral therapy including but not limited to ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and adjustment disorder. If you are new to Neighborhood Health, you must first schedule a new patient appointment with a medical provider before being seen by the Behavioral Health department. Referrals provided as needed.

Medicaid, medicare and most other forms of insurance accepted. Sliding scale available by application online here.

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