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This list is adapted from Partners in Healing, a booklet developed by the Partnership for After School Education and Youth Communication. We are grateful to PASE for allowing us to use material from the booklet. We are also grateful to the Stella and Charles Guttman Foundation which funded the booklet, and to the Robin Hood Foundation and the Tiger Foundation, which also supported the Partners in Healing Project.

Featured Resources
What Is Mental Health?
Teen Videos, Polls, and More
Who Can Help? What Kind of Help Is Best?
What Kinds of Therapy or Counseling Are Available?
What If You Feel Uncomfortable?
List of Clinics, by Borough

If you need help—either because you’re in crisis, or because you recognize that you have a problem that is preventing you from being happy or achieving your goals, there are many way to get help. In this section we explain what mental health is. We also explain the most common kinds of mental health problems, and what kinds of help are available.

At the end of this section we provide a list of clinics all across the city. If you want to get help in your neighborhood, you may find a good clinic listed. There is also a program called LifeNet (see below) that can help you find the right services.

If you've been in foster care, you've probably encountered a lot of pain and trauma that can leave you feeling depressed or anxious or angry. It can also lead you to substance abuse, or other unhealthy ways of trying to deaden the pain. Mental health services can help you deal, become happier, and feel more in control in ways that are healthier. Take advantage of the resources that are out there.

Featured Resources

The Fostering Connection is a nonprofit organization that provides FREE mental health services to young adults affected by foster care. The Fostering Connection has many private practice therapists who volunteer their services. They are carefully screened and The Fostering Connection will match a therapist with any young person who is or has been in foster care at any time. This therapist will work with the young person for as long as the relationship is needed or wanted—all at no charge. If you are currently in foster care (or have aged out), and would like to find a therapist through The Fostering Connections, contact the Clinical Director at 212-255-8895. [Note: Therapists who would like to become volunteers at The Fostering Connection may also call this number.]

The Youth Counseling League is a clinic for youth up to age 18. They offer help for a wide range of emotional problems and diagnoses. They have individual and group therapy for young people, plus individual, group, or family treatment for adult family members of those in treatment. (They also have satellite clinics in eight Manhattan public high schools.) Call 212-481-2500. Address: 386 Park Avenue South, Suite 401 (near 27th St).

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What Is Mental Health?

Read Xavier's story about finding a balance in his life.  

Being in good mental health means being able to cope effectively with day-to-day problems in life. And it means being basically happy. When a person is mentally healthy, he or she is able to make good decisions about relationships with others and caring for himself or herself, and to feel reasonably good about those decisions. Each person has certain strengths and stressors in his or her life. When you can handle the stress and problems that life presents without major disruption, you’re in basically good mental health.

When people have a fever or a cold, they have a physical health problem. Similarly, when people frequently feel sad, find it difficult to concentrate, or feel overwhelmed by life’s daily problems, they have a mental (or emotional) health problem. As with physical problems, emotional problems can be mild, such as occasional sadness, or severe, such as weeks or months of feeling low.

Mental health problems are very common and affect 1 in every 5 young people at any given time. But an estimated two-thirds of all young people with mental health problems are not getting the help they need. If you feel you need help—get it!

Much of mental healthiness rests upon good relationships with people you can depend on. These relationships can be hard to identify as you prepare to age out of care. You are almost certainly wondering, “Who’s got my back?” or “Who can I call if something goes wrong?” The Foster Club has designed a great tool called the Permanency Pact, which lets you and a caring adult negotiate exactly what you can expect from him or her. There are 45 “suggested supports” ranging from help moving to a new apartment to spending holidays together to a place to do laundry.

Click here to download the pact.

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Teen Videos, Polls and More

It can be hard to bring up your mental health struggles to another person. NYC's teen site has video stories by teens, polls, and statistics covering teen depression, suicidal thoughts, and more. This may be a good place to start privately exploring the way you feel.

Who Can Help? What Kind of Help Is Best?

Just as physical illness or injury can be addressed through physical therapy, mental health issues can be addressed through self-help, counseling, and various kinds of therapy. Mental health problems, like physical problems, can also be treated with medication. Medication can help some people feel more in control of their feelings.

While many young people seek help for problems that have official names – like sexual abuse or depression or bulimia—there is also a more general area of “life problems” for which you may need outside support. For example, if you’re feeling grief over the loss of a loved one, or way too much anxiety about what the future may hold, you may need help to work through the issue, even if you don't have a condition with a name. Here are ways people can seek help:

Self-Help – Sometimes you can help yourself, without a counselor. If you are feeling sad or upset and you are able to do things to feel better on your own, then you may not need to seek outside help. Some people find, for example, that writing down feelings or exercising regularly can provide relief.

Help from Peers – There are two main ways to get help from peers: informal help by reaching out to people you know, or taking part in a peer self-help group. Talking to friends may be enough to help you get through a lonely or sad time. If the problem is more serious, a peer self-help group, facilitated by an adult professional, may be useful. The youth in the group share their experiences and support each other.

Help from Community Members – There are many people who may be helpful during a difficult emotional time—school counselors, teachers, clergy, coaches, mentors, caseworkers, and after school staff members. Some of these adults may have training in related areas and be able to provide the help needed. They also may be able to help evaluate the situation and, if needed, refer you to other services.

Professional Help – There are three main kinds of professionals who have been trained to help people with mental health issues: social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists. All have specific training in the field of mental health and can provide support, advice, and individual assistance in helping people cope with problems. In seeking help for a young person, it may be important to determine that the provider has had experience working with youth.

Social Workers typically have a Masters degree and provide counseling services.

Psychologists have Doctoral degrees and are able to provide counseling and testing services.

Psychiatrists are medical doctors with special training in mental health issues. Psychiatrists are able to conduct therapy sessions, as well as prescribe medication. A psychologist or social worker may refer a patient to a psychiatrist to evaluate and prescribe medication, while continuing to see the person for counseling sessions.
There are other mental health professionals, such as marriage counselors, family  therapists, and substance abuse counselors. Training and education may vary depending on their specialty and focus. But when you go to a clinic you’ll probably work with a social worker or a psychologist. If you need medication you’ll also be referred to a psychiatrist.

(Adapted from Youth Communication’s The Teen Guide to Getting Help, copyright © Youth Communication)

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What Kinds of Therapy or Counseling are Available?

Counseling or therapy is a process where people explore their feelings, their behavior, and what is going on in their lives because they want to find ways to feel better and handle their problems differently. If you get into formal counseling or therapy, you’ll probably take part in individual, group, or family counseling. If problems are severe, a person may be hospitalized.

Individual Counseling – You meet one-on-one with a counselor. You usually meet regularly, at least once a week, for anywhere from a few weeks, to months or years, depending on the issues you are working on.

Group Counseling – A group of people sharing common problems, concerns, and questions who meet regularly to discuss their thoughts and feelings and to listen and support each other.

Family Counseling – Two or more family members will meet together and/or separately with a counselor to discuss conflicts, issues, and communication in the family. The counselor helps the family members deal with important issues without taking sides.

Hospitalization – If a person is experiencing severe mental health problems, such as strong feelings of hopelessness or loss of control, or an inability to quit using drugs, hospitalization may be necessary. Hospitalization gives a person the chance to get more intensive services.

(Adapted from Youth Communication’s The Teen Guide to Getting Help, copyright © Youth Communication. Reprinted with permission.)

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What If You Feel Uncomfortable?

One goal of therapy is to help you solve some of life’s problems, and to think differently about the problems you can’t solve, so that you won’t blame yourself for them. When this happens successfully, your self-esteem usually starts to rise. It may be very uncomfortable, however, to look at and talk about problems in your life.

If you begin to feel uncomfortable in therapy, or are concerned you are not making progress, don’t quit or jump immediately to another therapist. Discuss these issues with your therapist. Therapists are willing to talk with you about whether they are meeting your needs.

Read Natasha's story about finally getting a therapist she's comfortable with.  

It is important in therapy to gradually face hard issues about yourself or others in your life. Sometimes the best therapist is the one who is demanding and occasionally makes you feel pretty uncomfortable. The times when you feel the most uncomfortable or want “out” of therapy may be the times when you’re making the most progress. At those times, it can be hard to figure out whether you don’t like the therapist, or whether you don’t like the issues that you are being asked to think about. Therapists usually have your best interests at heart, even if they make you feel uncomfortable. It takes time to develop trust in a new relationship and to become comfortable sharing feelings, so be patient, and give your therapist and yourself some time.

However, if you’ve given it an honest try and still don’t feel you can trust your therapist, or if you don’t feel like you’re making progress over time, you may need to seek a new one.

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When you talk with someone about your personal issues, you probably won’t want them sharing that information without your permission. It’s a good idea to ask the therapist in your first session about confidentiality. For example, will they share your conversations with your parents? With other people in the agency? Will they share some information but not other information?

In general, because of legal considerations, people who offer licensed psychological counseling (psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers) can offer much more confidentiality than   informal counselors, like teachers and mentors. You need to ask them who they share information with and why, so that you can make your own decisions about what you share with your counselor.

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LifeNet is a mental health referral service that is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. They have a staff of mental health professionals who speak several languages. You can find more information on their website here.

You can reach LifeNet by calling any one of these toll-free, anonymous hotlines:

  • 1-800-LifeNet (1-800-543-3638) (English)
  • 1-877-Ayudese (1-877-298-3373) (Spanish)
  • 1-877-990-8585 (Asian languages)
  • 1-212-982-5284 (TTY)

Note: If you or someone you know is in immediate danger of harming themselves or someone else, call 911 now.

What Types of Problems Can LifeNet Help You With?
  • family difficulties
  • drug or alcohol abuse
  • depression and bipolar disorders
  • anxiety, phobia or panic disorders
  • anger
  • insomnia
  • eating disorders
  • schizophrenia and other psychoses
What Happens When You Call LifeNet?

An experienced referral specialist will listen to your problem and work with you to assess your situation. You will get information and a recommended referral in your area, if needed. You can also call on behalf of someone you know. LifeNet will need to know the person’s age, neighborhood, and the type of problem.

How Does LIFENET Assess People in Crisis Who Are Calling?

The people who answer the phone will help assess your situation based on what you tell them. For more than 98% of the callers (those who are not in an immediate, serious crisis), LifeNet staff can provide information about affordable services that can help you work through your problems. (Note: In the rare cases where there is a serious risk, they will get you immediate help by calling 911 or a mobile crisis team to provide appropriate intervention. LifeNet will then follow up with the responding agency to check on your status.)

What Kinds of Resources Does LifeNet Have?

LifeNet has a database (list) of public and private community resources, which you can search by location, category, keyword, or other criteria. They can help direct you to exactly the right resource for your issue or concern.

What Does it Cost to Use LifeNet?

Nothing—there is absolutely no charge to you. LifeNet is provided as a free community service by the Mental Health Association of New York City, Inc. and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

How to Use this List
Below is a comprehensive list of citywide mental health centers organized by borough. Hours vary widely (weekdays, evenings, weekends, etc). In addition, when looking for a mental health center, consider the convenience of finding a place in your own neighborhood. Your best bet is to locate a clinic near you and see if they can meet your needs. If they can’t, ask them to refer you to another clinic, or look for another one on the list below. You may want to go to one of the big, citywide programs that specialize in serving teens, such as The Door, the Youth Counseling League, or the Mt. Sinai Adolescent Health Clinic (they are all in Manhattan).

Hint: To find a program in your neighborhood, press the Ctrl button and then hit the F key; a search box will appear. Type in your zip code, and if there is an agency in that zip code, the cursor will jump to it.

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List of Clinics, By Borough


ABC-Association to Benefit Children
1841 Park Avenue
NY, NY 10035

Bellevue Hospital Center Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Clinic
462 First Avenue
NY, NY 10016

Beth Israel Medical Center/Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Services
First Avenue at 16th Street
NY, NY 10003

Catholic Charities Community Service
1011 First Avenue, 11th Floor
NY, NY 10022

Children's Aid Society
105 East 22nd Street
NY, NY 10010

Children's Aid Society-East Harlem Center
130 East 101st Street (Between Lexington and Park Aves.)
NY, NY 10029

Children's Aid Society-Lord Memorial Building Clinic
150 East 45th Street, 2nd Fl.
NY, NY 10017

Children's Aid Society-Mirabal Sisters Campus
21 Jumel Place (at 168th St.)
NY, NY 10032

Children's Aid Society-PS 8
465 West 167th Street
NY, NY 10032

Children's Aid Society-Salomé Ureña de Henriquez Campus
4600 Broadway (at 196th St.)
NY, NY 10040

Covenant House NY
460 West 41st Street
NY, NY 10036

The Door
555 Broome Street
(Mailing: 121 Avenue of the Americas)
NY, NY 10013
212-941-9090 x3291

Dunlevy Milbank Center/Milbank Medical Group
32 West. 118th Street (Between 5th and Lenox Aves.)
NY, NY 10026

Educational Alliance-East Village
232 East Broadway (Corner of Clinton), 2nd Fl
NY, NY 10002

Educational Alliance-Lower East Side
197 East Broadway (Jefferson St.)
NY, NY 10002

(FEGS) Federation of Employment & Guidance Services-
Education & Youth Services

315 Hudson Street
NY, NY 10013

Gouverneur Healthcare Services
227 Madison Street
NY, NY 10002

Gouverneur/Roberto Clemente Family Guidance Center
540 East 13th Street. (between Aves. B & C)
NY, NY 10009

Graham-Windham Manhattan Mental Health Clinic
274 West 145th Street
NY, NY 10039
212-368-4100, ext. 15

Grand Street Settlement
80 Pitt Street
NY, NY 10002

Hamilton-Madison House
253 South Street
NY, NY 10002

Harlem Children's Zone
35 East 125th St.
NY, NY 10035

Harlem Hospital Child & Adolescent Outpatient Clinic
506 Lenox Avenue
NY, NY 10037

Hudson Guild Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
441 West 26th Street
NY, NY 10001

Inwood Community Services
651 Academy Street
NY, NY 10034

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Community Counseling Services
5030 Broadway (Between 213th and 214th Streets), Suite 201
NY, NY 10034

Karen Horney Clinic
329 East 62nd Street
NY, NY 10011
212-838-4333, ext. 125

Lenox Hill Hospital
1430 2nd Ave. (Between 74th and 75th Streets)
NY, NY 10012

Metropolitan Hospital Center
1901 First Avenue
NY, NY 10029

Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian
3959 Broadway (165th St)
NY, NY 10032
212-305-KIDS (5437)

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
312-320 East 94th St.
NY, NY 10128

The Puerto Rican Family Institute
145 West 15th Street, 5th Floor
NY, NY 10011

St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals-Child & Family Institute
411 West 114th Street (Between Amsterdam Ave. and Morningside Dr.)
NY, NY 10025

Union Settlement Mental Health Services
2089 Third Ave (114th St)
New York, NY 10029

Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center
1727 Amsterdam Avenue (145th St.)
NY, NY 10031

William F. Ryan Mental Health Department
801 Amsterdam Avenue (at 99th St.)
NY, NY 10025

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BronxWorks - Homebase Program
1130 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10456

Children's Aid Society-Bronx Family Center
1515 Southern Boulevard
Bronx, NY 10460

Children's Aid Society-Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom Schools
1021 Jennings Street
Bronx, NY 10460

Counseling & Psychotherapy of Throggs Neck
3594 East Tremont Avenue
Bronx, NY 10465
718-792-4178, ext. 104

East Side House Settlement
337 Alexander Avenue
Bronx, NY 10454

(FEGS) Federation of Employment & Guidance Services
Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center
3600 Jerome Ave.
Bronx, NY 10467
718-881-7600 Ext. 405

(FEGS) Federation of Employment & Guidance Services-The Academy
412 East 147th St., 4th Floor
Bronx, NY 10455

Good Shepherd Services-North Bronx Family Services Center
2190 University Avenue
Bronx, NY 10453

Good Shepherd Services-Neighborhood Family Empowerment Center
2471 Morris Avenue, 3rd Floor
Bronx, NY 10468

Good Shepherd Services-Beacon MS 45 Counseling Prevention Program
685 East 187th Street
Bronx, NY 10458

Graham-Windham Mental Health Family Permanency Planning Services
1946 Webster Ave.
Bronx, NY 10457

Hunts Point Multi-Service Center
630 Jackson Avenue
Bronx, NY 10455

Independent Consultation Center
782 Pelham Parkway South
Bronx, NY 10462

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Riverdale Office
521 West 239th Steet
Bronx, NY 10463

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Pelham Office
750 Astor Avenue
Bronx, NY 10467

Jewish Board of Family and Child Services-Co-Op City Family Services
135 Einstein Loop, Room 46
Bronx, NY 10475

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
234 Eugenio Maria De Hostos Blvd (East 149th Street)
Bronx, NY 10451
General Information: 718-579-5000
For Appointments: 718-579-4900

Montefiore Medical Center-Department of Child
Outpatient Psychiatry

3340 Bainbridge Avenue
Bronx, NY 10467

Montefiore Medical Center-Adolescent Depression and Suicide Clinic
3300 Kossuth Avenue
Bronx, NY 10467

The Children's Hospital at Montefiore
3415 Bainbridge Avenue at Gunhill Road
Bronx, NY 10467

Planned Parenthood-Bronx Center
349 East 149th Street, 2nd Floor
Bronx, NY 10451

The Puerto Rican Family Institute

4123 3rd Avenue
Bronx, NY 10457
718-299-3045, ext. 3249

Riverdale Mental Health Association/ Child and Family Program
5676 Riverdale Avenue
Bronx, NY 10471

South Bronx MH Council, Inc.
781 East 142nd Street
Bronx, NY 10454

Sound View Throgs Neck Community Mental Health Center
1967 Turnbull Avenue
Bronx, NY 10473

St. Barnabas/Fordham-Tremont Community Mental Health Center
2021 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10453

University Consultation & Treatment Center for Mental Hygiene
1020 Grand Concourse, Suite 26
Bronx, NY 10451

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Beverly Mack Harry Consulting Services
738 Crown Street
Brooklyn, NY 11213

Brooklyn Center for Families in Crisis
1309-1311 Foster Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11230

Brooklyn Children's Center
1819 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11233
71- 221-4500

Brooklyn Community Services
285 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Brooklyn Psychiatric Center
189 Montague Street, Suite 418
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Brooklyn Psychiatric Center-Clearway
44 Court Street, Suite 900
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Brooklyn Psychiatric Centers-Bushwick Mental Health Center
1420 Bushwick Avenue, First Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11207

Brooklyn Psychiatric Centers-Canarsie Mental Health Clinic
1310 Rockaway Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11236

Catholic Charities-Flatlands Guidance Center
2000 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11234

Catholic Charities-Brooklyn West Community Center
191 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201

Center for Family Life in Sunset Park
345 43rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Children of the City
740 40th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

1720 Church Avenue, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11226

Community Counseling & Mediation
One Hoyt Street, 7th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201

East New York Diagnostic & Treatment Center
2094 Pitkin Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11207

(FEGS) Federation of Employment & Guidance Services
Sandra P. and Frederick P. Rose Center
199 Jay St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
718-488-0100 Ext. 381

(FEGS) Federation of Employment & Guidance Services
Brooklyn Resource Center
938 Kings Highway
Brooklyn, NY 11223
718-998-3235 Ext. 314

Good Shepherd Services-Family Reception Center
441 Fourth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Good Shepherd Services-Red Hook Community Center Family Counseling Services (PS 15)
71 Sullivan Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
718-422-1900 or 718-522-6911

Good Shepherd Services-Single Stop Service Center
503 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11215

540 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Heart Share Human Services of New York
12 MetroTech Center, 29th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Henry Street Settlement Community Consultation Center
40 Montgomery Place
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Institute for Community Living-Guidance Center of Brooklyn
62-01 16th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11204

Institute for Community Living-Guidance Center of Brooklyn Heights
25 Chapel Street, Suite 903
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Institute for Community Living-Highland Park Clinic
2581 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11207

Institute for Community Living-Rockaway Parkway Clinic
2128 Rockaway Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11236

Interfaith Medical Center-Child and Adolescent Clinic
1545 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11213

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Doris L. Rosenberg Counseling Center/Southern Brooklyn Office
333 Avenue X
Brooklyn, NY 11223

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Boro Park Counseling Center
1273 53rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11219

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Break-Free Adolescent Services
2020 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11223

Jewish Board of Family and Child Services-Bay Ridge Counseling Center
9435 Ridge Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11209

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Neptune Family Services
250 Neptune Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11235

Jewish Children Care Association
3003 Avenue H
Brooklyn, NY 11210

Kings County Hospital Center
451 Clarkson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11203
General Information: 718-245-3131
For Appointments: 718-245-3325

Lutheran Medical Center-Sunset Terrace Family Health Center
514 49th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11220
24-hour psychiatric hotline: 718-630-7557

Maimonides Medical Center Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinic
920 48th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11219

National Neighborhood Counseling Center
7701 13th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11228

New York Methodist Hospital
506 Sixth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

NIA Community Services Network
6614 11th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219

Ohel Children's Home & Family Services
4510 16th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11204
1-800-603-OHEL or 718-851-6300

Ohel Children's Home & Family Services-Tikvah Center
2925A Kings Highway
Brooklyn, NY 11229

Planned Parenthood-Boro Hall Center
44 Court Street, 6th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Partnership with Children-Life Steps
50 Court Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Project Reach Youth
199 14th Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11215

The Puerto Rican Family Institute

28 Debevoise Street, 5th Fl.
Brooklyn, NY 11206

Safe Horizon-Counseling Center
180 Livingston Street, Suite 303
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Woodhull Medical Center
760 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11206
General Information: 718-963-8000
Appointments: 718-388-5889

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Catholic Charities-Corona Elmhurst Clinic
37-22 82nd Street
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

Catholic Charities-Glendale Mental Health Clinic
67-29 Myrtle Avenue
Glendale, NY 11385

Catholic Charities-Jamaica Satellite Clinic Team
160-11 89th Avenue
Jamaica, NY 11432

Catholic Charities-Rockaway Mental Health Clinic
13-29 Beach Channel Drive
Far Rockaway, NY 11691

Catholic Charities-Woodside Clinic & Mobile Outreach Team
61-20 Woodside Avenue
Woodside, NY 11377

Elmhurst Hospital Child & Adolescent OPC
79-01 Broadway
Elmhurst, NY 11373

(FEGS) Federation of Employment & Guidance Services
Caroline K. Simon Counseling Center
97-45 Queens Boulevard
Rego Park, NY 11374
718-896-9090 Ext. 236

(FEGS) Federation of Employment & Guidance Services-Project COPE
90-04 161st St.
Jamaica, NY 11432
718-291-7087 Ext. 205

Flushing Hospital Medical Center Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
146-01 45th Avenue
Flushing, NY 11355

Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House
10-25 41st Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101

Jewish Board of Family & Family Services-Pride of Judea Counseling Center
243-02 Northern Boulevard
Douglaston, NY 11362

Joseph P. Addabbo Mental Health Clinic
6200 Beach Channel Drive
Arverne, NY 11692
718-945-7150 ext. 1217

New Horizon Counseling Center
108-19 Rockaway Boulevard
Queens, NY 11420

The Puerto Rican Family Institute

91-31 Queens Boulevard, Suite 618
Elmhurst, NY 11373

Queens Child Guidance Center
60-02 Queens Boulevard
Woodside, NY 11377

Queens Child Guidance Center-Flushing Clinic
140-15B Sanford Avenue
Flushing, NY 11355

Queens Child Guidance Center-Jamaica Clinic
89-56 162nd Street
Jamaica, NY 11432

Queens Child Guidance Center-Kew Hills Clinic
71-50 Parsons Boulevard
Flushing, NY 11365

Queens Child Guidance Center-South Jamaica Clinic
115-15 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica, NY 11434

Queens Child Guidance Center-Woodside Clinic
67-14 41st Avenue
Woodside, NY 11377

Queens Hospital Child & Adolescent Clinic
82-68 164th Street
Jamaica, NY 11432

Safe Space
89-74 162nd Street
Jamaica, NY 11432
Jamaica: 718-206-3440
Far Rockaway: 718-471-6818

South Asian Youth Action (SAYA!)
54-05 Seabury Street
Elmhurst, NY 11373

Steinway Child & Family Services: Steinway Clinic
22-15 43rd Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101

Steinway Child & Family Services: Martin DePorres Clinic
4-21 27th Street
Astoria, NY 11102

Steinway Children & Family Services: Howard Beach Clinic
156-36 Cross Bay Boulevard, Suite C
Howard Beach, NY 11414

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Staten Island

Child Study Center of New York
Entrance Address
33 White Place
Mailing Address
285 Clove Road
Staten Island, NY 10310

Children's Aid Society-Goodhue Center
304 Prospect Ave.
Staten Island, NY 10301

Jewish Board of Family & Child Services-Morris Black Community Counseling Center
2795 Richmond Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10314

Planned Parenthood-Staten Island Center
Corner of Central Ave. & Slosson Terrace
Staten Island, NY 10301

Richmond County Medical Society-Referral Service
460 Brielle Avenue, Room 202
Staten Island, NY 10314

South Beach Psychiatric Center-South Richmond Outpatient Services
777 Seaview Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10305

Staten Island Mental Health Society
669 Castleton Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301

Staten Island Mental Health Society-South Shore Center
3974 Amboy Road
Staten Island, NY 10308

Staten Island Mental Health Society-Family Support Center
14 Slosson Terrace
Staten Island, NY 10301

Staten Island University Hospital-Children & Adolescent Outpatient Clinic
375 Seguine Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10309

YMCA Staten Island-South Shore Counseling Center
3911 Richmond Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10312

YMCA Staten Island-North Shore Counseling Center
285 Vanderbilt Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10304

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