Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases, we have made the difficult decision to end inpatient visiting hours beginning Friday, December 24.
St. Vincent's is Here for You
We are taking every precaution to ensure that our environment is safe for patients and staff. Everyone who enters our lobby has a temperature check and receives a mask if they do not have one. High touch areas receive extensive sanitizing during the day and hand sanitizer dispensers are available throughout our building. Staff wear face coverings during appointments and patients must wear face coverings while in the building. We ask everyone to observe physical distancing in all areas.
Walk-ins are welcome 24/7, and clients who wish to attend programs in person are encouraged to do so.
From lohud.com: COVID and Stress: Warning Signs and Symptoms
Sharee Skalsky, LCSW, Director of the St. Vincent's Behavioral Health Center in White Plains, discusses the warning signs the COVID first-responders, their colleagues and families should watch for as a second coronavirus outbreak rises.
The Westchester County Crisis Prevention and Response Team offers tips for managing stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For 24/7 telephone support, call (914) 925-5959.
For more information, click on the "COVID-19 Mental Health Resources" button above.
COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE
St. Vincent’s Hospital Westchester offers inpatient and outpatient mental health and addiction treatment services at its campus in Harrison and at off-site locations in White Plains, Tuckahoe and Port Chester. A division of Saint Joseph’s Medical Center, St. Vincent’s also provides mobile crisis services for Westchester County, manages residential services for 1,016 individuals in Westchester County and New York City and operates four opioid treatment centers in New York City.