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Behavioral Health Services
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Hamilton-Madison House is the leading provider of behavioral health services for New York City’s Asian community. 

Hamilton-Madison House provides culturally and linguistically sensitive individual and group counseling for Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Southeast Asian clients, 
PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Services), Asian American Recovery Services (for substance use disorder and addiction services), Gambling Prevention Program, and a Supported Housing program.

Outpatient Chinese, Korean, Japanese and South East Asian mental health clinics provide outpatient services that strive to maintain the mental well-being of community residents through culturally appropriate prevention and treatment of emotional and/or social difficulties including: diagnostic assessment, psychiatric and psychological evaluation, Individual, couple, marital, family and group therapy, psychosocial education and play therapy, medical management, community outreach, and professional consultation to service providers.

Fees:​
Medicaid, Medicare and other third-party insurance providers are accepted. A sliding-scale fee is available for those ineligible for health insurance.

Behavioral Health programs also provides training and internship opportunities for graduate students in social work, mental health counseling, and psychology. Specifically, the  APA-accredited Doctoral Clinical Psychology Internship  participates in the APPIC Match annually and has been APA-accredited since 2015.

PROSpect Place
PROSpect Place provides personalized recovery oriented services (PROS) to help individuals with mental illness to attain recovery, achieve goals, integrate with their community, and live a fulfilling life.

Click here to learn more about our services.

Asian American Recovery Services
We offer treatment for addictions in six languages and seven dialects. We offer drug, alcohol, gambling-addiction treatment, and a full suite of co-occurring counseling services.

Click here to learn more about our services.


Connect Program
CONNECT stands for Continuous Engagement between Community and Clinic Treatment
  • Extends the clinic into the community
  • Provides an extra layer of support
  • Help clients gain rapid access to case management and clinical services


Click here to learn more about our program.

PROGRAMS & LOCATIONS

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253 South Street, 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10002

Tel: (212) 349-3724

Contact Us

Please check our program pages for phone numbers and email addresses.

Lilya Berns, MS, OTR/L
Assistant Executive Director
Behavioral Health Services 

Asian American Recovery Services
Lilya Berns, MS, OTR/L

​253 South Street, 2nd Fl
New York, NY 10002​
T: (212) 720-4520​

Gambling Prevention Program
​253 South Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 720-4540

Personalized Recovery Oriented Services
Roxy Zhang, LMHC, Director

​253 South Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 720-4558

Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
Daniel Huang, LMHC, Clinical Director


Chinatown Family Consultation Center
​253 South Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 720-4540​​

Japanese Unit
​253 South Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 720-4561​​

Southeast Asian Unit
​253 South Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 720-4540

Smith Consultation Center
​253 South Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 720-4540

Korean Clinic
108-11 48th Ave - 1st Fl
Corona, NY 11368
T: (718) 899-8918


Connect
253 South Street, 3rd Fl
New York, NY 10002
T: (212) 720-4580

E: CONNECT@hmhonline.org

Supported Housing
Peter Whang, Coordinator 

108-11 48th Ave - 3rd Fl
Corona, NY 11368
T: (718) 760-3810​


On May 16th, Hamilton-Madison House was featured on NY1. Two members of our Behavioral Health staff, Lilya Berns and Dr. Mike Chou, discussed the impact the past two years have had on the AAPI community and beyond.

Behavioral Health Services

253 South Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10002

T: (212) 720-4540

E: BehavioralHealth@hmhonline.org​​