The Psychotherapy Program provides accessible, community-based mental health services for individuals with mental health challenges resulting in chaotic lives, unproductive behaviors, and an inability to manage life stresses. For 41 years, service has been devoted to individuals and families within Onondaga County who can’t afford mental health treatment. Special attention has been devoted to trauma survivors, refugees, and the homeless. Many are unemployed or underemployed, without health insurance, or have high deductibles that prohibit the use of insurance for service. Professional, evidence-based therapeutic interventions are offered to individuals and families seeking improved functioning and new skills to enhance daily life.