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Outpatient Treatment Partial Hospitalization

New York Presbyterian Hospital

21 Bloomingdale Road
White Plains, NY 10605


Offers partial hospitalization programs, continuing day treatment programs and a children’s day hospital program. Specialties include eating and sleep disorders, alcohol treatment and schizophrenia.
Payment Terms: Medicaid, Medicare, third party insurance, fixed fee, managed care and health maintenance organizations.
Special Programs: Also offers life skills training and self-help groups
   Community residences


Putnam Hospital Center

670 Stoneleigh Avenue
Carmel, NY 10512

Partial Hospitalization 845-279-5711, ext. 6443

Partial Hospitalization Program-is designed to assist individuals who have recently been discharged from an inpatient psychiatric facility and/or those temporarily in need of more intensive services that can be provided in outpatient treatment. The program is recovery-based and guided by the philosophy that brief intensive therapy can aid with crisis stabilization, hospital avoidance and increased feelings of connectiveness that arises from group and individual work.

Payment Terms: Medicaid, Medicare, insurance, self-pay plans
Eligibility: 18 years or older, Axis 1 psychiatric diagnosis, able to engage in intensive group therapy, not a danger to self or others
Special Programs: Wellness Recovery Action Plan
    DBT skills training
    Medication management and education
    Art therapy
    Group psychotherapy
    Individual therapy
    Substance Abuse Group
    Dietary group


Four Winds Hospital

800 Cross River Road
Katonah, NY 10536
914-763-8151, 1-800-528-6624
Partial Hospitalization Ext: 2253

175 bed psychiatric hospital treating children, adolescents and adults. Partial Hospitalization for children, adolescents and adults. Provides short-term, intensive, outpatient treatment for adults with individual case management and specialized treatment tracks.
Payment Terms: Accepts most insurance, Medicaid (under 21 and over 65) and Medicare
Special Programs: Psychiatric/Substance Abuse Treatment
    Eating Disorders

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