Crisis Stabilization


Our Crisis Stabilization program, contracted through the Westchester Department of Community Mental Health, provides an innovative team approach to stabilizing children at risk for behavioral health crises through short-term mental health consultation and treatment, intensive crisis respite support, and family peer advocacy. These services are provided to children and their families at home or other community-based locations by a team of professionals representing a variety of agencies, including Greater Mental Health of New York. 

Is this service right for a child in my life?

Crisis Stabilization services may be right for a child if they are between the ages of five and 18 and are residents of Westchester County. These services are designed for those experiencing symptoms and behaviors that put them at risk for admission to a psychiatric hospital or emergency room, but for whom safety can be assured for at least 72 hours (the child is not at imminent risk of danger to self or others). 

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How to access care

Crisis Stabilization services can be provided regardless of insurance. For more information about Crisis Stabilization and how to access services, please contact us.

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