Family Counseling Services (FCS), is moving to 165 Main Street in the former Crescent Corset factory building.
The outpatient mental health and chemical dependence clinics currently at 10 N. Main will move first, beginning at noon Thursday, June 7, to reopen Tuesday, June 12.
According to information provided by FCS, its Primary Care Clinic, Cortland Prevention Resources and the LGBTQ Center will move later. They will continue to operate out of their current locations until that time.
FCS currently provides services at four locations on Main and North Main streets in Cortland, including their Prevention program and the LGBTQ Center located at 73 Main Street.
The move will allow the agency to consolidate services into a single location.
Family Counseling Services will occupy a significant portion of the first floor of the newly renovated facility.
Local developer David Yaman, of Yaman Real Estate, has been working with the agency to design and build office, program and clinical space that will better meet the needs of the agency.
Behavioral health and primary care services will be located in Suite A and Cortland Prevention Resources and the LBGTQ Center will be located in Suite B.