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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.

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Youth Programs

Youth Programs

RMHA also provides consultation to one local nursery school enabling us to reach a group of younger children and their caregivers in our community.

“School-Based Programs.”

School-Based mental health care brings services to students and families in need, helping to preserve the learning environment, safety and security of the school. RMHA runs two school-based programs: School Based Mental Health Services offers us the opportunity to help children improve academic performance and social skills through treatment at our licensed clinics on-site at public schools targeted for services by the NYC Department of Education.  School Counseling and Consultation Services places licensed RMHA clinicians in three local schools.  There, they support teachers and administrators as they handle academic and behavioral issues, as well as students who request help managing challenging family, social and emotional problems.


RMHA clinicians and staff provide consultation to community agencies and school staff. We observe and assess students for mental health and behavioral challenges, provide individual and group counseling to students and make referrals for ongoing care where indicated. Services are individualized for each school and student.

Through this program, we are able to reach a group of children and adolescents who have a strong need for services but are not likely to access services through traditional means.

In 2009-2010, RMHA provided on-site assessments, counseling and referral services to students at various Bronx schools. In addition, consulting services were made available to staff at these schools.