The Department of Community Mental Health plans, oversees and coordinates services for individuals - and their families - with mental illness, developmental/intellectual disabilities and substance use disorders. The 2016 edition of the complete directory of partnering agencies and organizations is available on Publications and Forms.

We have created an online resource directory that we hope residents and professionals will use to locate the many and varied mental health resources in Westchester County.

Coronavirus information and how the DCMH can help
The Department of Community Mental Health recognizes that this can be a stressful time for many people. The thought of having had family members exposed or being exposed to a virus yourself can create feelings of uncertainty, fear or anxiety. Our office is here to help. If you have specific health-related questions there are people you can contact.

People under self-quarantine, or exposure to a known case, should call (866) 588-0195. The NYS Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline is (888) 364-3065. For Westchester County residents who are looking for COVID-19 Information, call 211, where contact specialists can provide assistance.

If you are experiencing anxiety or stress that has begun to affect your daily life and you feel you need support, call our office at (914) 995-1900 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. To send a text message, use #914-461-7281.

We can provide supportive counseling and refer you to longer term services if you need it. Additonal DCMH information and updates.

Stay on top of the county's Health Department COVID-19 Updates.










In the event of a psychiatric emergency, you can call:

  • Crisis Prevention and Response Team at (914) 925-5959
  • National Suicide Hotline (800) 273-TALK or (800) 273-8255
  • Or, you can always call 911 in any emergency

DCMH provides access to a wide array of person-centered, recovery-oriented services for Adult Mental Health Services including case management, Assertive Community and Assisted Outpatient Treatment, housing and forensics.

Autism Spectrum Disorders is the largest growing developmental disability in the nation with 0.2 percent to 0.6 percent of the population being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders each year.

Drug and alcohol addiction is treatable. Chemical dependency prevention and treatment programs are available throughout Westchester.