Children's Mental Health Clinic Referrals:
Children's Mobile Crisis Team (all of Manhattan):
ABC’s Fast Break Mobile Mental Health Services has been extending crucial mental health services to children living in poverty for more than two decades. Led by a highly-skilled, Board-certified Child Psychiatrist, ABC’s Fast Break provides a full range of mental health services and an array of therapeutic modalities including family therapy, individual psychotherapy, play therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and group therapy.
ABC's mental health service model is three-fold:
Fast Break offers six Children's Mental Health Clinics, one of which is a selected Early Childhood Therapeutic Center by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The Children’s Mobile Crisis Team provides rapid crisis intervention to children anywhere in Manhattan via the citywide 24/7 hotline 1-888-NYC-WELL, keeping children out of costly, restrictive institutions.
School-Based Mental Health Service teams conduct on-site crisis intervention, broad-based mental health screening, individual and group therapy, and capacity-building training for faculty and parents in eighteen New York City public schools.
Locations and contact information:
Echo Park: 1841 Park Avenue
(Tel) 646.459.6160 │ email@example.com
South Bronx: 1366 Inwood Avenue
(Tel) 929.288.4320 │ firstname.lastname@example.org
East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center: 158 E. 115th Street
(Tel) 646.459.6174 │ email@example.com
Joan of Arc (School-Based Satellite Clinic): 154 W. 93rd Street
(Tel) 646.459.6125 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Murry Bergtraum High School (School-Based Satellite Clinic): 411 Pearl Street
P.S. 206 (School-Based Satellite Clinic): 508 E. 120th Street
Children's Mobile Crisis Team: (Tel) 212.971.1200 │ email@example.com
School-Based Mental Health Programs: (Tel) 646.288.4328 │ firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Homes Program: (Tel) 929.288.4467 │ email@example.com
DURING THE Last PROGRAM YEAR...
ABC’s Mental Health Services served 999 children, and an additional 4,400 had access to school-based services.
90% of the children served met or made progress toward established treatment goals at discharge.