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Affordable programs for you and your loved ones

  • Helping people achieve greater independence
  • Bilingual programs in English and Spanish
  • Help for those on Medicare, Medicaid or low-income
  • Most private insurance accepted

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Open 6 Days

  • Monday open 9 am to 8 pm
  • Tuesday to Thursday open 9 am to 9 pm
  • Friday open 9 am to 6 pm
  • Saturday open 10 am to 4 pm

Check out our new PowerPoint presentation offering an overview of what we provide for our community:   RMHA-PPT-Presentation

The mission of Chances for Children (CFC) is to strengthen relationships between at-risk parents and their children, from birth to age five. We want to provide coping skills for parents and to prevent destructive interactions from interfering with the healthy development of both parent and child.

RMHA Quick Facts

  • 29,337 patient visits took place in all our clinical programs last year.
  • Our Intake Department fielded over 4,800 requests last year.
  • Last year in our Child and Family ClinicPlus program, about 82 children and their families received clinical services in eight area schools, where RMHA operates licensed satellite sites.

United Way Member

Please designate RMHA when making contributions to the United Way.

Crisis Respite Center NYC

Crisis Respite Center NYC:
An RMHA Program

A ten bed Crisis Respite Center opened on September 25, 2013 at the Joyce M. Pilsner Residence.

RMHA has been designated by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to be the Bronx provider of these specialized services. The Crisis Respite Center staff, peer specialists who have the lived experience of mental illness, are further equipped by training to provide a sense of support and hope to guests. The CRC is funded entirely by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

The Crisis Respite Center NYC is a new and innovative citywide approach to providing community-based services to individuals aged 18-65 who are experiencing psychiatric crisis. CRC NYC provides a “soft landing” as an entry point to the mental health system by enhancing four existing mobile crisis teams to provide immediate and ongoing treatment, creating four new Crisis Respite Centers as a short-term alternative to hospitalization and creating a Peer operated Support Line.

Riverdale Mental Health Association operates the Bronx Crisis Respite Center as part of the – now ended- Parachute NYC project. The Bronx CRC is a safe, home-like setting where people experiencing psychiatric crisis can stay as an alternative to hospitalization. It is a warm, friendly and supportive environment where guests are taught to use new recovery and relapse prevention skills. Peer counselors also serve as warm line operators.

Employment Opportunities

There are currently no openings in our Crisis Respite Center NYC program, but please check back for updates.

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