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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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Learn more about some of our programs.

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.


Innovative Services for Seniors

To serve the needs of the fast-growing senior population in the Bronx, primarily of Hispanic background, RMHA designed a multi-tiered program which includes outreach, evidence-based assessments to identify seniors at risk for mental health difficulties, and groups which provide psychoeducation and support. We also provide psychiatric home visits—unique to our program—and consultations to families as well as bilingual and bicultural psychotherapy and case management.

This year, ISS reached a total of 1,385 participants through presentations and workshops. Over 100 seniors participated regularly in our therapy groups and 180 received screenings.

RMHA is grateful to Councilman Andrew Cohen, The Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Foundation and The Freed Family Foundation for their generosity and support of the Innovative Services for Seniors Program.