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Catholic Health provides behavioral health care services throughout Long Island. Behavioral health treatment is designed to improve the life and well-being of those with a mental health condition, mental illness or substance abuse issue.

Our licensed professionals customize plans for specific situations and needs since treatment is different for each person. We take this patient-centered approach to ensure you get the care that is most appropriate.

    Our Services

    Not all services are offered at all Catholic Health locations.

    • Housing support
    • Medication management
    • Family counseling services
    • Stress management programs
    • Smoking cessation programs
    • Support groups
    • Neurological rehabilitation/disease care

    Mercy Hospital Behavioral Health Services

    Mercy Hospital’s outpatient behavioral health services treats adults experiencing depression, anxiety, life transitions, family stressors and other psychiatric illnesses. Our caring staff includes board certified psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, licensed clinical social workers, licensed mental health counselors, registered nurses and a licensed creative arts therapist. Primary care is provided by board certified physicians in internal medicine.

    Call 516-705-2248 for Behavioral Health Inpatient Central Intake Services.

    Services include:

    • Addiction recovery services
    • Ancillary withdrawal management program (medication assisted treatment) case management
    • Comprehensive evaluation
    • Comprehensive individual therapy
    • Co-occurring disorders treatment
    • Creative art rherapy
    • Crisis management
    • Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
    • Group and family counseling services
    • Medication administration
    • Outpatient mental health services
    • Primary medical care
    • Psychiatric partial hospitalization program
    • Psychiatric medication management
    • Smoking cessation
    • Telepsychiatry
    • Transmagnetic Stimulation (TMS)

    Mercy’s Mental Health Clinic is a New York State licensed, adult outpatient clinic providing psychiatric evaluation, medication management, primary medical care and psychotherapy services. A variety of focused group therapy services including creative art and pet therapy complement an array of individual therapy modalities.

    Mercy Hospital offers an intensive outpatient psychiatric treatment program designed to ease the transition following an inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or to avoid an admission.

    Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS) Horizon is a recovery-oriented program that offers assessment, treatment, family support, structured skill development and medication management.

    Senior Network is a social and recreational program for older adults (55 and over) who are diagnosed with a mental illness.

    Senior Drop-In Center is a social and recreational program for adults with mental illness.

    The Specialized Opportunities to Achieve Recovery (SOAR) program provides recreation and social support, in a structured environment, to mentally ill adults in Nassau County.

    Community Residence Services: Serving individuals who are mentally ill or mentally ill with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

    Supported Housing: this program provides permanent housing to mentally ill adults throughout Nassau County. In addition to rental assistance, enhanced visits are provided based upon the needs of the individual.

    Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS): assists individuals recovering from the disabling effects of serious mental illness through a comprehensive model that integrates rehabilitation, treatment and support services.

    St. Catherine of Siena Hospital Behavioral Health Services

    St. Catherine of Siena Hospital offers services for adult patients in psychiatric crisis on a 24-hour basis. Psychiatrists provide consultation and liaison services when a patient is receiving medical treatment in the emergency department or in the hospital. Recent onset of psychiatric symptoms or acute exacerbation of chronic psychiatric problems are treated appropriately in concert with primary physicians on an ongoing basis.

    Amongst the largest inpatient psychiatric facilities in Suffolk County, St. Catherine’s Department of Psychiatry provides holistic, patient-centered care and advocacy services for adults aged 18 and older with a primary diagnosis of mental illness.

    Conditions treated include schizophrenia, and bi-polar and depressive disorder conditions. Referrals from St. Catherine’s emergency department are accepted 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    An individualized, person-centered rehabilitation program for individuals experiencing symptoms from a mental health condition. Services are provided in group and individual formats to assist the program participant in achieving their desired life goals and gaining greater independence.

    Schedules are designed to be flexible and are developed with the person based on their wants, needs and recovery goals.

    Located at 127 West Main Street in Riverhead, NY.

    Behavioral Health Locations

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    Mercy Hospital

    Rockville Centre, NY Hospital

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    Good Samaritan University Hospital

    West Islip, NY Hospital

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    St. Catherine of Siena Hospital

    Smithtown, NY Hospital

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    St. Charles Hospital

    Port Jefferson, NY Hospital

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    St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®

    Roslyn, NY Hospital Heart Center

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    St. Joseph Hospital

    Bethpage, NY Hospital


    Catholic Health Home Care

    Farmingdale, NY Continuing Care


    Good Shepherd Hospice

    Farmingdale, NY Continuing Care

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    Suicide Prevention Resources


    988 connects the public to mental health crisis counselors who are part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network. Call, text or chat 988 when you need emotional support, are thinking about suicide or are worried about a friend or loved one. 
    Crisis counselors provide support and connect you to resources if necessary. 

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

    800-273-TALK (800-273-8255)

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