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Programs and Services

Lake Shore Behavioral Health, Inc. offers a full continuum of comprehensive mental health and substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation services. LSBH espouses an individualized approach to treatment, incorporates principles of person-centered planning and believes that each person has the potential for recovery and an improved quality of life. LSBH utilizes treatment approaches which are proven effective, many of which are also evidence-based. Individuals participating in treatment and services at Lake Shore Behavioral Health can be assured that they are receiving treatment from professional staff who have been trained in the most current, proven approaches to mental health and substance abuse treatment. .

Lake Shore Behavioral Health's treatment programs are licensed by the NYS Office of Mental Health and NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. In addition, LSBH contracts with NYS Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities to provide job training, placement and employment support.

Why Lake Shore?

  • Individualized, client-focused care
  • Professional, licensed counselors
  • Psychiatrists and nurses on staff
  • Integrated mental health and addiction treatment
  • Coordination with primary care physicians
  • Bilingual, bicultural Spanish counselors
    (additional languages and translators available)

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Syrian refugees adjusting to U.S. bring complex health needs

August 8, 2016 at 6:15 PM EDT

Trauma-Informed Care

Lake Shore Behavioral Health is partnering with the UB School of Social Work's Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care on an initiative to provide mandatory basic Trauma-Informed Care training for all agency staff and train our clinical staff in the evidenced-based practice to treat trauma called "Seeking Safety". This TedMed talk explains more about the affect of trauma.

Anderson Cooper 360 - January 27, 2014
A father mourning & recovering from nearly fatal injuries speaks out about the system that failed his mentally ill son.