CHN offers behavioral health services at all of our centers for adults, children and families. Our trained team of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, therapists and social workers work with our primary care teams to ensure that our patients are receiving care that will treat the mind as well as the body.
CHN believes that true wellness comes from a healthy mind and body. We care about your mental, physical, and emotional health. We will work with you one-on-one to meet your needs and your family’s needs.
At a behavioral health visit you can get:
- Psychiatric evaluations (mental health screenings)
- Help managing medicines
- One-on-one therapy
- Family therapy
- Depression care
- Help managing anxiety
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) therapy
- Improved self-esteem
- Help with relationship problems
- Stress reduction
- Help communicating
- Help with your moods
All of our health centers have many behavioral health services. CHN also offers depression care management at our Lower East Side Health Center and South Bronx Health Center. Our therapists speak English and Spanish. For other languages, we use a language line. We offer appointments during the day, evening, and Saturdays.
CHN provides integrated addiction services. Here, you can be seen by your own primary care provider and a behavioral health therapist to treat addiction to pain pills or heroin. Patients can receive Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) with Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone. Suboxone is a medication that can treat people who are addicted to opioids (pain pills or heroin). Click here to learn more on how we can help with opioid addiction.
Psychiatrists and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners are available at all CHN health centers. In collaboration with the comprehensive CHN care team, we set up a platform for integration of the mind and body, heart and soul. Psychiatric consultation, psychiatric evaluation, and individualized treatment plans are offered – from addressing lifestyle changes necessary to manage unhealthy levels of stress to medication management of depression, anxiety, trauma, mania, psychosis, or substance abuse.