The  Golisano Behavioral Health and Wellness Building   opened on June 18 with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. This building, established in 2017 thanks to a $5 million gift from Tom Golisano, and completed thanks to the contributions of additional donors, will help address the rising need for pediatric behavioral health in the region.

“This new facility will help us implement a comprehensive strategy that focuses on early recognition and treatment, as well as community partnerships, to help reduce the number of children at risk, and give families a new reason to hope,” said Michael Scharf, MD, associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and chief of the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Read more