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Adult Mental Health Services

Endeavor offers support to individuals who are experiencing acute mental illness, as well as to individuals who are struggling to maintain their ability to function amidst severe stress, depression, or difficult life challenges.

Endeavor’s philosophy of mental health care is based on the premise that individuals who suffer from these conditions can, and do, recover through therapy and counseling. Our adult mental health services include:

Outpatient Clinic

Our outpatient clinic locations serve individuals challenged by mental health and/or addiction issues across their whole lifespan. Each new client is screened and then connected with one of our clinics that specializes in the client’s primary issue. Other innovative services outside of the traditional clinic offerings will be added to strengthen the client’s overall emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing.

Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS)

Personalized Recovery Oriented Services or PROS is an intensive rehabilitation program that focusing on helping individuals with one or more serious mental illnesses manage their symptoms effectively while also teaching them beneficial life skills.

Forensic Services

Endeavor provides services to individuals who are referred for treatment, as well as those who seek services on their own. We also serve populations involved with the New York State Division of Parole, County Departments of Probation, Federal Probation, and other components of the Criminal Justice System.


Clinicians, nurses, and psychiatrists work with the client as part of a treatment team to achieve psychiatric stabilization within the community. To reach this goal, we utilize a combination of psychotropic medication, verbal therapies, and care coordination.

Medication Management

Medication Management is designed to assist you in ensuring your medications are working together to manage your symptoms appropriately and help you achieve your treatment goals.

ACT Evolve Team (Assertive Community Treatment)

ACT Evolve Team support (Assertive Community Treatment) clinicians can provide trauma informed and person-centered care to serve individuals who require clinic services to be provided in the clients’ home/within the community.
Our ACT Evolve team offers a holistic, flexible, adaptable, and empowering treatment approach, which includes:

  • Helping you feel safe, supported, and connected within your community
  • Managing your health needs
  • In-home therapy
  • Learning skills to develop your own independence
  • Medication
  • Housing assistance
  • Recovery treatment
  • and more

Who we serve:

  • Individuals 18 or older
  • Severe and persistent mental health diagnosis
  • Struggles with engagement in traditional clinic services
  • Previous or current involvement with the criminal justice system
  • History of chronic homelessness
  • Struggles with activities of daily living
  • Impacted by health disparities

Individuals involved in flexible assertive community treatment are shown to:

  • Remain in contact with services
  • Show improvements in psychiatric symptom severity
  • Refrain from psychiatric re-hospitalization
  • Maintain stable housing
  • Reduce criminal justice involvement

Health Monitoring and Nursing

At Endeavor, we focus on both the mental health and physical health of an individual. By offering health monitoring and nursing at our sites, we are able to provide holistic care that complements your clinical treatment and is convenient to access.


Visit for our Clubhouse Calendar and group descriptions.

What is Clubhouse?

Endeavor’s Clubhouse program strives to improve participants’ quality of life by teaching skills in order to manage everyday stressors such as mental illness, physical illness, legal involvement, relationship conflicts, employment, and any other stressors. Our inclusive program offers services to all members of our community. Members of the Clubhouse may join in any services such as group therapy, peer support, psychoeducation, skill-building, care coordination, crisis de-escalation and more.

Groups of interest:

    • Grief and Loss
    • Mindfulness
    • Healthy Relationships
    • Empowered
    • Stress Management
    • My Core Beliefs
    • Attacking Anxieties


Monday – Friday 4pm – 9pm and Saturday 9am – 12pm

Groups are going to remain via zoom.


716-895-6700 ext. 4907 



1526 Walden Ave, Suite 400 Cheektowaga New York, 14225


If you or someone you know are struggling with mental illness and/or addiction, call us today at (716) 895-6701 to schedule an appointment.

Behavioral Health Team

Endeavor’s BHT Co-Response teams work in collaboration with your local police departments to provide crisis de-escalation, higher level of care intervention, post-crisis follow up and linkages to care.

Our Co-Response teams serve community members in crisis that may be at an elevated risk of harm to themselves or others. By embedding clinicians within the police department our team can provide on-scene screening, assessment, de-escalation, and diversion for people in need of mental health or substance use treatment services.

The goal of this program is to prevent arrests, reduce recidivism, divert from hospitalization, and help develop crisis response plans for high utilizer community members. In addition we strive to ensure individuals have access to care and services that address their social determinants of health.



Cheektowaga Police Department

3223 Union Rd., Cheektowaga, NY 14227

(716) 686-3500


Buffalo Police Department

68 Court St., Buffalo, NY 14202

(716) 851-4444


Town of Tonawanda Police Department

1835 Sheridan Dr., Buffalo, NY 14223

(716) 876-5300


West Seneca Police Department

1250 Union Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224

(716) 674-2280


Transit Authority Police Department

1404 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14209

(716) 855-7660

Peer Services

  • Family Peer Support Services – these services are an array of formal and informal services and supports provided to families caring for a child who is experiencing social, emotional, developmental, medical, substance use and/or behavioral challenges in their home, school, placement, and community.  Family Peer support services are provided by family members with lived experiences raising children experiencing various challenges.  The family members have the Family Peer Advocate (FPA) credential.  This service allows the child the best opportunity to remain in the community.
  • Adult Peer Support Services are peer delivered services with a rehabilitation and recovery focus.  They are designed to promote skills for coping and managing behavioral health symptoms and/or substance use while facilitating the utilization of natural resources and the enhancement of recovery oriented skills.  Peer support uses trauma-informed, non-clinical assistance to achieve long-term recovery from a behavioral health disorder and/or substance use. The Peers working with individuals with a behavioral health disorder have lived experience and the New York Certified Peer Specialist (NYCPS) credential.  The Peers working with individuals with substance use disorders have lived experience and the Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) credential.


Being able to see people succeed is the best thing about being a peer. Clients go from not doing well and struggling, to having all the necessary supports, self sufficient resources, and encouragement towards sobriety.”  ~Amanda, Endeavor Peer Specialist 

Older man benefiting from mental health services