Helping Children & Youth Build Resilience

We provide a range of clinical services, community-based care management, and therapeutic supports. Focusing on each child, adolescent or young adult’s personal strengths, network of supports and local resources, our team creates personalized treatment plans to meet each family's specific needs and goals.

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Reach out to our team of experts to understand our vast array of services that are available to help support children and youth.

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Respite Services

Our Respite Services promote wellness for both children and their families. Caregivers can take a break while children engage in recreational activities and socialize with peers.

Substance Use Recovery, Treatment, and Support Services

Our new clinic in downtown White Plains is dedicated to providing support for understanding, addressing, and coping with substance-related issues. Whether you’re seeking assistance for your own substance use or supporting a loved one dealing with such challenges, we’re here to help.

Postvention Support

Losing someone to suicide is unlike any other loss, and for many people seeking group support, a dedicated program is more comfortable than general bereavement services. Both our Survivors of Suicide (SOS) support group and Postvention Support Services build off of this idea and are specifically meant for individuals who are experiencing grief over the loss of a loved one due to suicide.

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Court Appointed Special Advocates

In 2022, our Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) assisted 195 children in the child welfare system for a total of over 2,100 hours of advocacy.

Behind the success of Greater Mental Health of New York’s CASA program is a team of passionate and trained advocates. Our CASA volunteer advocates commit to a minimum of one year of service, undergoing extensive background checks and completing a comprehensive 30-hour training. These individuals dedicate their time and efforts to ensuring the well-being of children in the child welfare system, with most of the work occurring Monday through Friday during regular business hours.


Helping youth and building resilience

Greater Mental Health of New York's Youth ACT program is at the forefront of children's services in New York State.

In 2022, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul named us the first mental health provider in the mid-Hudson region to offer Youth Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) for children’s mental health. Our success in implementing this innovative, evidence-based program to support at-risk youth who have not responded well to traditional treatment has led to its expansion in 2024.