Local resources

This page has links to local psychiatric hospitals and other resources related to mental health. The descriptions are excerpted from the organizations’ websites.

These links are provided solely for convenience – DBSA Westchester NY does not recommend or endorse any external organization. Please use your own judgment in consultation with medical professionals in making decisions about what resources to use.



Behavioral Health Center at Westchester Medical Center (Valhalla, New York)

Located in a freestanding facility on the campus of Westchester Medical Center, the Behavioral Health Center offers a full spectrum of inpatient, outpatient, community and emergency care for individuals and families.

WMC Behavioral Health Center website

Crisis Text Line (online/text messaging)
The national DBSA organization’s website mentions the Crisis Text Line organization, which provides assistance in crises: text HOME to 741741.

Four Winds Westchester (Katonah, New York)

Four Winds provides inpatient and outpatient mental health treatment services for children, adolescents and adults.

Four Winds website

The Mental Health Association of Westchester (MHA Westchester) offers an array of specialized services for children and adults, including outpatient clinic services, care management, family and peer support, and more. They also publish a Community Mental Health Services Directory.

MHA Westchester website

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is a national organization with local affiliates in many areas of the country. They offer education programs and online resources for people and families living with mental illness. Visit the NAMI Westchester website for information on classes and other events. You can use the NAMI national website to search for NAMI affiliates in other areas of the country (note: the NAMI Westchester website is not secure).

New York-Presbyterian Hospital Westchester Division (White Plains, New York)

New York-Presbyterian is a 270 bed hospital providing inpatient and outpatient services to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.  Staffed by Weill Cornell Medicine clinicians, their mission is to provide patient-centered care in a facility specifically designed to offer tranquility and activities that support mental health healing.

New York-Presbyterian website

Phelps Hospital (Sleepy Hollow, New York)

Phelps offers a full range of outpatient counseling and addiction treatment and inpatient psychiatric and substance abuse rehabilitation services.

Phelps Hospital website

Saint Vincent’s Hospital Westchester (Harrison, New York)

Saint Vincent’s Hospital Westchester is one of the largest providers of mental health, addiction recovery, and residential services in the region, with 106 psychiatric and 30 addiction rehab beds. Their  outpatient services include a mental health clinic, a Personalized Recovery-Oriented Services (PROS) program, addiction treatment programs, and a partial hospitalization program.

Saint Vicent’s Hospital website

Silver Hill Hospital (New Canaan, Connecticut), founded in 1931 and located on a beautiful 44-acre campus, is an independent and not-for-profit psychiatric hospital nationally accredited by the independent Joint Commission. They offer inpatient, transitional living, and intensive outpatient treatments for adults and adolescents, with separate facilities and programs for adolescents. They treat patients with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, addictions, psychoses, and other mental health issues.

Silver Hill Hospital website

Westchester Independent Living Center, Inc. (WILC) and their satellite office, Putnam Independent Living Center (PILS), serve people with all disabilities. They are a not-for-profit, community-based, cross-disability resource, advocacy, and training center dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities.

They provide information and peer support to help people with disabilities achieve independence and self-direction. Their staff reflects the diversity of disabilities and ethnicities of our community.

WILC website, PILS website

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