As part of the largest municipal health care system in the world, NYC Health + Hospitals’ public hospitals and neighborhood health centers offer a wide variety of excellent mental health services to foster recovery from mental illness of all kinds. We help patients rediscover their strengths and abilities, as well as overcoming the stigma of mental illness.
Bellevue is the only CPEP dedicated to children and adolescents in New York City.
Psychiatric Emergency Services – Emergency teams offer specialized care for the evaluation and treatment of psychiatric crises, including suicidal or aggressive behavior in children and adults. Psychiatric emergency rooms are located at:
Outpatient Clinics – Our Outpatient Mental Health programs for adults, adolescents, and children provide an array of treatment services including individual and group therapies.
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
Integrated Outpatient Services (IOS)
Specialty clinics and services
Developmental Evaluation Clinics
Domestic and gender-based violence
Psychiatric evaluation/consultation for general hospital patients
Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care – Collaborative Care treats commonly occurring mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety in the primary care setting.
Collaborative Care to Children under 12
Adolescent Collaborative Care
321 IMPACT- This program engages families in the prenatal period and help them transition seamlessly into pediatric primary care.
On-Track – An innovative treatment program for adolescents and young adults who have had unusual thoughts and behaviors, or who have started hearing things that others don’t. This program is offered at Bellevue, Elmhurst, and Kings County.
Program for Survivors of Torture at Bellevue – Assists individuals and families who are survivors of torture and human rights abuses. The program provides culturally sensitive medical, mental health, social, and legal services.
Assertive Community Treatment – Support services for people that have been diagnosed with serious mental illness (SMI). Services are provided by a mobile, multi-disciplinary team in community settings.
Partial Hospitalization Programs – Short-term treatment for adults or adolescents designed to stabilize acute symptoms. PHP services are offered at Bellevue, Elmhurst, Kings County, North Central Bronx, and Queens.
Mobile Crisis Teams – Short-term mental health services for people who are unable or unwilling to access care in the community.