We offer everything from individual therapy and weekly behavioral health support sessions for children and youth, to peer support services and support groups for parents.
Families begin with an initial meeting with one of our therapists, at which time the youth, family, and therapist can discuss their individual strengths, needs, and preferences, and determine which of our services would be the most helpful to them. Youth and their families then begin working with our team, which involves having weekly sessions with their providers.
The care that we provide is collaborative, strengths-based, and trauma-informed. Our goal is to empower each child, youth, and family to thrive. With this, youth and their parents are encouraged to play an active role in the care they receive, and all services are provided on a voluntary basis.
Prior to the Covid-19 crisis, all of our sessions were provided in families’ homes or in the community (i.e. at school, an afterschool program, a park, etc.). However, due to the current Covid outbreak, all of our services are being offered via telehealth.
- The child or youth is under the age of 21
- Has active Medicaid coverage
- Lives in the Bronx or Manhattan
- The child or youth’s primary area of need relates to their mental health, as opposed to a developmental disability (those needing support for a developmental disability may seek support through OPWDD)
Questions and Referrals:
Please contact us directly by phone or email for further information about our program or to make a referral.