Center for Family Life and Recovery
The Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc. (CFLR, Inc.) is an organization committed to providing resources and leadership to improve our communities understanding and awareness of mental and substance use disorders.
Center for Family Life and Recovery supports individuals struggling with addiction, mental health and behavioral issues by inspiring hope, providing help, promoting wellness and transforming lives.
CFLR, Inc. is proud to be the area’s leading resource provider for advocacy, prevention, counseling, and training. Together, we are assisting those who need help, receive the best care possible.
As a community partner, it is important to us that we continue spreading the message of hope to our area; especially, to those who are suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, as well as mental illness.
- Employee Assistance Program
Oneida County Suicide Prevention Program (OCSPP)
The Oneida County Suicide Prevention Program consists of several agencies in the area. Our mission is to prevent suicide in our community by strengthening the coordination and accessibility of services; providing awareness of suicide prevention, facilitating intervention and post-prevention services/programs, enhancing support to those affected by suicide, and providing awareness of Mental Health. We work to accomplish these goals in our schools, with our families, and in the community.
Contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline if you are experiencing mental health-related distress or are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support.
Call or text 988
Compeer’s Purpose: Promoting good mental health through meaningful friendships.
Values: Respect • Trust • Hope • Support • Empowerment
Compeer recruits, screens, and matches trained volunteers and mentors in one-to-one supportive friendships with children, adults, military veterans and seniors who are striving for good mental health.
CFLR’s Compeer Mentoring Program aims to improve mental health and decrease social-emotional barriers by matching community volunteers to youths, adults, & seniors receiving mental health services in Oneida and Herkimer Counties.
In order to support their recovery, we match trained volunteers with “friends” to help them learn:
- about friendship,
- positive social skills,
- social bonding, and trust
Just one caring friend is life changing for an individual striving for mental wellness.