WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – A new mental health urgent care is coming to Watertown. It’s considering 3 locations. Wherever it goes, Jefferson County officials say it’s badly needed.
The organization bringing the center to Watertown is called Citizen Advocates. It’s the group’s first site in Jefferson County.
“We focus instead on mental health and addiction and we are open 24/7; no referral, no appointment necessary. So, it’s a convenient offering,” said James Button, CEO, Citizen Advocates.
He says the hope is to move into the old Great American grocery store on State Street. However, the group is also considering space at the Liberty Building on Court Street and the vacant North Side Improvement League on Mill Street.
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