Staten Island Mental Health Society provides two New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) Medicaid programs that support families. These programs serve children and young adults up to age 24 and promote safety, security, and wellbeing.
PLEASE NOTE: In the event of a psychiatric emergency, call 9-1-1.
Health Homes Serving Children
Health Homes Serving Children is a long-term care coordination program for children with active Medicaid who experience two or more chronic health conditions OR one qualifying Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) diagnosis. Care managers oversee and provide access to all services and individual needs to assure they stay healthy, out of the emergency room, and out of the hospital. Services are provided in community settings. This program is available for children from birth to 21 years of age.
To learn more, please call (718)-818-6704
A program for youth and young adults (16-24 years old) with emotional behavioral difficulties, SafeTY.net assists them in their transition into adulthood. Successful transition milestones include achievement of their potential and progressing on their personal goals including employment/career, education, living situation, personal wellbeing, and community-life functioning.
The SafeTY.net program is located at 1130 South Avenue, 2nd Floor, Staten Island, NY 10314.