We’re often asked, “What’s the difference between a crisis, an emergency and a disaster?” Click here for information on the difference between these three situations and what the best course of action might be in each situation.
NYC Well is the single point of access for Mobile Crisis Team Services in New York City, operating 24/7/365.
Crisis Respite Centers serve people who anticipate or are experiencing a mental health crisis and provide a temporary residential stay in a warm, safe, and supportive home-like environment where the person is free to come in and out of the building as they please.
If You Think Someone You Know May Be Considering Suicide.
Recognize Your Triggers, Know Where to Turn for Help, and Know How to Keep Yourself Safe.
A way to let people know how best to care for you, in the event that others need to take over responsibility for care.
Psychiatric Advance Directives are used to appoint a health care agent and/or make your wishes and instructions known regarding your mental and physical health care. Click here to download a sample PAD.
Service for children and adolescents who do not need immediate hospitalization