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Resources & Links


Local Mental Health Clinics
Mental Health Services - Conduct a Customized Search
Mental Health Resources
Domestic Violence Services
Sexual Assault Services
Suicide Prevention
Health Insurance Resources

CUNY Sexual Harassment Policy 
CUNY Sexual Assault Policy


Local Mental Health Clinics


Ackerman Institute for the Family
936 Broadway, NYC
212.879.4900 ext. 122

  • Family & Couples Therapy

Blanton-Peale Institute
7 W. 30th St., NYC
212.725.7850, ext. 5

  • Psychotherapy & Medication Management
  • Multi-Faith Orientation  (offers a spiritual component)

The Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
137 E. 36th St., Suite 4, NYC

  • Individual & Group CBT
  • Weekly OCD & Anxiety Groups

Fifth Avenue Center for Counseling & Psychotherapy
50 W. 23rd St. 9th Fl., NYC

  • Psychotherapy & Medication Management

Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy
1841 Broadway @ 60th St., 4th Fl., NYC

  • Psychotherapy - Individuals, Families, Couples
  • Specialty Treatment for Eating Disorders, LGBT Community & Trauma
  • Referral outside of clinic for medication management

Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services - Manhattan West Greenberg Counseling Center
135 W. 50th St., NYC
212.582.9100 ext. 2

  • Psychotherapy & Medication Management
  • Group Work (body image, LGBTQ, relapse prevention, anxiety, & depression)

Karen Horney Clinic
329 E. 62nd St., NYC
212.838.4333, ext. 125

  • Individual Psychotherapy & Medication Management
  • Specialty treatment for Trauma

Max and Celia Parnes Family Psychological and Psychoeducational Services Clinic
1165 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY  10461

  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program for Anxiety and Depression

The McShane Center
Pace University
156 William Street, 5th Fl., NYC

  • Psychotherapy & Medication Management

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
(age 10-21)
312-320 East 94th St., NYC

  • Psychotherapy & Medication Management
  • Free Services for those under 21

New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
247 East 82nd St., NYC

  • Individual Psychotherapy

New York Counseling & Guidance Service
160 West End Avenue
(enter @ 66th St. b/w West End & Amsterdam Ave), NYC

  • Individual Psychotherapy

NIP (National Institute for the Psychotherapies)
250 W. 57th St., Suite 501, NYC

  • Psychotherapy

Postgraduate Center for Mental Health
71 West 23rd St., 7th Fl., NYC

  • Psychotherapy & Medication Management
  • Multiple Locations

The Training Institute for Mental Health
115 West 27th St, 4th Fl., NYC

  • Psychotherapy


Mental Health Services - by Zipcode

Use these free on-line directories to locate services near you.

LifeNet Database - sponsored by the Mental Health Association of New York City

Suicide Prevention LifeLine Database

Hite - Health Information Tool for Empowerment


Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Association of New York City, Inc.

Mental Health America

Samhsa's National Mental Health Information Center

Mental Health Disorders

America's Mental Health Channel

ULifeline - The Online Resource for College Mental Health
(Self-assessment tools, fact sheets and more)
Go to ULifeline Self Evaluator

Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students


Domestic Violence Services

NYC Domestic Violence Hotline:
800.621.HOPE (4673)

NYS Domestic Violence Hotline:
800.942.6906 (English), TTY 866.604.5350

800.942.6908 (Spanish), TTY 800.780.7660

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
800.799.SAFE (7233),
TTY 800.787.3224

YouthLine: 800.246.4646

LifeNet (NYC Dept. of Mental Health):
212.LIFENET (982.5284)
877.AYUDESE (Spanish)
877.990.8585 (Mandarin and Cantonese)

Sexual Assault Services

Mt. Sinai Hospital, Rape/Sexual Assault:
212.423.2140 Manhattan
718.736.1288 Queens

St. Vincent Rape Crisis Center
(212) 604-8068

RAINN Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network Helpline:
800.656.HOPE (4673)
on-line Hotline, free and confidential, 24-hours, 7 days:

NYPD Sex Crimes Report Hotline:

National Sexual Assault Hotline:


Suicide Prevention

Understanding Suicide

Suicide Hotlines

Who to call if you, a friend, or relative is suicidal


800.LIFENET (800.543.3638) (24 hour - free, confidential, multi-lingual)

Peer Listening Line
800.399.PEER (7337)

GLBT Youth Hotline
800.347.TEEN (8338) (M-F 5pm - 9pm)

Convenant House National Nine Line

National Crisis Hotline
888.784.2433 (English), 888.SUICIDE/800.SUICIDE
877.784.2432 (Spanish), 877.SUICIDA

National Suicide Prevention LifeLine
1.800.273.TALK (8255)

GLBT National Youth Talkline
888.246.PRIDE (7743)

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