Mental Health Services
555 Broome St.
Hours: Monday 12pm-7:15pm, Tuesday 2pm-7:15pm, Wednesday 12pm-7:15pm, Thursday 12pm-6:45pm, Friday 11am-6:45pm, Saturday 12pm-4pm
Walk-ins welcome. No forms or paperwork. The Door offers young people ages 12-21 comprehensive educational, health, nutritional and counseling programs, as well as legal services for young people in need of civil legal representation.
Full Circle Health, PLLC
New York NY 10013
T: 718-518-7600 or 800-518-FULL
Hours: Mon thru Fri 9:30am to 6:30pm; Sat 9:30am to 3:30pm
Full Circle’s multidisciplinary team of compassionate mental health caregivers treat the whole person by offering culturally competent, trauma-focused, spiritually sensitive psychiatric and psychological evaluations, parenting skills, anger management, medication management, as well as individual, group, couples and family therapy services. Appointments can be given within 7 days or less. (Bilingual services including Spanish and Haitian Creole are available)
T: 800-LifeNet (800-543-3638) (English)
877-Ayudese (877-298-3373) (Spanish)
877-990-8585 (Asian LifeNet)
Confidential, toll-free help line for New York City residents, LIFENET operates 24 hours per day/7 days per week. The hotline’s staff of trained mental health professionals helps callers find the most appropriate mental health and substance abuse services for their needs. LIFENET is multilingual and multicultural. LIFENET assists people who are experiencing a crisis. LIFENET has authorized linkages with 23 mobile crisis teams and Emergency Medical Services (EMS). This unique, life-saving authority allows LIFENET to provide a prompt response to callers in urgent need of psychiatric assistance.
Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
312 East 94th St.
New York NY 10128
Comprehensive medical and mental health care are available. For more information, see Adolescent Reproductive Health Service Centers section, above.
T: 800-246-4646 or 877-YOUTHLINE(877-968-8454)
Youthline is toll free; peer-to-peer hotline network linking callers to community based peercounseling
hotlines in the nation. If you are seeking assistance for yourself or someone that you believe is in immediate danger, please call 911.