We often dismiss the signs of mental illness. Bad behavior, fits of anger and even violence are seen as passing acts. However, they may indicate underlying causes that can be easily treated.
Yonkers offers a variety of facilities where you can seek help.
Westchester Jewish Community Services, Inc.
Yonkers Family Mental Health Clinic
487 South Broadway • Yonkers
Children’s Crisis Services
1 Odell Plaza • Yonkers
1 Odell Plaza •Yonkers
Stresses of home, school & work can create tense family situations.
WJCS’ experienced counselors can help you cope with challenging situations and improve family functioning.
St. Joseph’s Medical Center
St. Joseph’s Medical Center In-patient Unit
127 South Broadway • Yonkers
St. Joseph's Medical Center Mental Health Clinic
107 South Broadway • Yonkers
Saint Joseph's Medical Center’s Department of Psychiatry provides comprehensive outpatient and inpatient mental health services, addiction treatment programs and crisis services at its campuses in Yonkers and Harrison, New York; outpatient services at several sites in Westchester County; and residential services in four boroughs of New York City and in Westchester. With its St. Vincent's Hospital Westchester division, Saint Joseph's is one of the largest behavioral health services providers in New York State.
Family Services of Westchester Yonkers
20 South Broadway 3rd Floor • Yonkers
FSW, licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health, provides comprehensive mental health services at seven Family Centers and five school based mental health clinics throughout Westchester. FSW offers a broad spectrum of services addressing the social, emotional and environmental factors that can have a negative impact on family life and can diminish an individual’s ability to function optimally. Our culturally diverse staff delivers services with respect, empathy and cultural sensitivity. Every individual is honored for his or her uniqueness. Our work is always strength based and we realize that treatment should be consumer driven. Individuals and families establish and work on the goals they want to achieve.
Julia Dyckman Andrus Memorial, Inc.
The MH Div./Julia Dyckman Andrus Memorial, Yonkers Clinic
35 Dock Street – Yonkers
Yonkers Clinic – Dock Street: Contact – Diaon Clarke, Clinic Manager
Monday and Wednesday 8:00am-8:00pm
Tuesday and Thursday 8:00am-7:30pm
Saturday 9:00am – 2:00pm
Our outpatient mental health clinics meet Westchester’s need for a comprehensive approach to mental health intervention for children, adolescents and their families. Services to multi-stressed families with children needing psychiatric and therapeutic intervention include: evaluation; individual, family and group therapy enhanced by clinical case management; psychiatric assessment, medication management and support; psycho-educational testing and support related to school placement; and, advocacy, referral and linkage to community based organizations such as the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health.
Rockland Psychiatric Center
Yonkers Service Center
2 Park Avenue
Yonkers Day Treatment
160 Bolmer Avenue Cross Hill Academy Elementary school • Yonkers
(914) (914) 793-5220
Rockland Psychiatric Center provides treatment, rehabilitation, and support to adults 18 and older with serious mental illness. RPC has services at multiple levels of care, including hospital-based care, ambulatory clinic care, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams, clubhouses, transitional and other residences, and family care residences. RPCs hospital-based services include focused treatment units for deaf adults, geriatrics, co-occurring substance disorders, and research. RPC has thirteen outpatient clinics in the seven counties of our catchment area, two ACT teams, a Mobile Mental Health Team in Sullivan County, and operates 11 residential programs in four counties. RPC is a member of the Hudson Valley Cares Coalition and Community Health Care Cooperative.