Mountainside outpatient services are part of a nationally acclaimed behavioral health network providing individualized alcohol and drug addiction treatment.
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Barn Life Recovery is a community-based holistic rehabilitation center that provides an intensive outpatient and day program for individuals with mild to moderately severe mental illness, co-occurring disorders, and addictions.
The Child Mind Institute provides evidenced-based care for children and their families who are struggling with mental health and learning disorders.
Cognitive Behavioral Consultants (CBC) is a group of internationally recognized mental health professionals who deliver innovative mental health treatments that help adults, adolescents, and children live more fulfilled lives.
Parent Child Resource Center (PCRC)
BHcare’s Parent Child Resource Center (PCRC) is a state-licensed child guidance clinic serving children and families struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges. The PCRC staff focuses on nurturing children’s strengths and believes children and families can recover and have better lives.
Outpatient Treatment Program
The Newport Academy Outpatient Program treats teens aged 13–19 who are experiencing psychological, behavioral, and substance abuse issues, including depression, anxiety, and trauma. The Outpatient Program is founded on an ongoing commitment to recovery, essential for ensuring sustainable results.
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Dr. Umesh Mehta is a psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of older adults with mental health disorders.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs
The Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Treatment Program (IPRT) at Zucker Hillside Hospital is a community-based mental health service, intended for individuals with disabilities due to a psychiatric illness who express a need for change in either their living, educational, vocational or social environments.
Center for Discovery Greenwich Outpatient program serves adolescents and adults with eating disorders in Greenwich, CT and the surrounding communities.