ROME – There are two new places to receive treatment for primary care and mental health in downtown Rome.
Upstate Family Health and the Community Health and Behavioral Services Center are now officially open in Rome. Officials held a ribbon cutting today to mark the occasion.
The primary care center will offer immunizations, physical exams and preventive services, to name just a few. The Community Health and Behavioral Services Center will offer counseling, psychiatric services, play therapy and family therapy.
“At this point, mental health – there's a huge need right now and I think that one of the big pushes right now is for us to make sure that we're filling that need, not only in our Utica region but entirely Oneida County,” said Taralyn Costello, vice president of Behavior Services at Upstate Cerebral Palsy.
The offices are located at 205 W. Dominick St. and 207 W. Dominick St. in Rome.
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