The Jewish Board has 15 mental health clinics spread throughout the boroughs of New York City, which are open to all New Yorkers in need. As the largest network of licensed community clinics in the City, we provide individual, couples, family and group therapy, as well as evaluation, assessment and medication management.
Through our evidence-based clinical standards, we help set the bar for excellence of care. Our culturally competent staff of psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and case workers are among the most qualified in the field and are equipped to address a wide range of emotional and social problems such as trauma, depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD), domestic violence, anxiety, depression and isolation. The staff at our mental health clinics also reflect the rich cultural diversity of our city, speaking a wide variety of languages, from Spanish and Russian to Farsi and Haitian Creole.
We accept Medicaid and other forms of insurance and offer a sliding scale fee for the uninsured.