peer-run family support
The Child and Family Support Program (CFSP) is a peer-run program offering a variety of services including support, advocacy, referrals, and education to those who have a young family member living with a mental illness. Advocates working in the program have a child or family member diagnosed with a mental illness. Youth peer advocates provide support to teens and transition-age young adults (see Youth Peer Advocates Program). Family and youth peer advocates also work at BryLin Hospital and the Erie County Medical Center providing support.
Do You Need Help?
Information & referral specialists are available M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm to help link you to community resources, providers, or treatment services.
Call (716) 886-1242.