- Addiction Clinics
- Adult Mental Health Outpatient Services
- Adult Partial Hospital Program
- After Hours Clinic
- Case Management Program
- Children’s Clinic
- Emergency Services
- Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit
- MICAID Program
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Partial Hospital Program
Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
1010 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203
- (716) 859-4700
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Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Services
The Patrick P. Lee Foundation After Hours Clinic
At one time or another, everyone needs a little help getting through life’s challenges.
One of the region’s most unique rvehavioral health esources is The Patrick P. Lee Foundation After Hours Clinic.
The Clinic's skilled and compassionate counselors are dedicated to helping individuals refocus in a more positive direction to avoid a potential emotional or behavioral crisis. Tools will be shared to help patients You will regain control of their lives and start the journey to emotional recovery.
The Patrick P. Lee Foundation
After Hours Clinic
1010 Main Street
Counselors are available:
Monday-Friday 5 – 9 p.m.
Saturday Noon – 4 p.m.
No appointment necessary!
The Clinic is the only one of its kind in Western New York. It is not a medication clinic and there are no physicians available. Its goal is to provide individuals who need emotional support with an after hours alternative to waiting days to see their physician or spending hours in an emergency room.
The Clinic is for people experiencing problems such as:
- Behavior or a pattern of symptoms that may lead to additional problems, become more difficult to change, or urgent problems in the future (but not immediate future)
- Not willing or comfortable in waiting for an appointment to discuss a current problem or issue
- Symptoms of psychological and social problems that disrupt important activities
- Behavior or a pattern of symptoms that may lead to crisis in the near future
- The need to be linked with additional mental health services
In addition to the Clinic, made possible by a grant from the Patrick P. Lee Foundation, the Kaleida Behavior Health Program is headquartered in Buffalo General Hospital and features 91 inpatient psychiatric beds, addiction clinics, outpatient services, children’s clinic and support groups for patients and their families.
If you experience any of the feelings or situations below, go immediately to
the nearest emergency room:
- Dangerous, threatening, violent, self-harming, destructive or suicidal behavior
- A significant risk of violence or risk of suicide
- Abuse, especially child abuse or abuse of the elderly
- Mental and emotional problems that have not been evaluated and may be caused by a medical problem
- Conditions in which taking or failing to take medications may be causing or may cause significant physical, mental or emotional harm