serving downtown NYC since 1898

Contact Information:

Fan Jiang, LMHC 

Director of PROS


253 South Street, 3rd Fl

New York, NY 10002


Tel: (212) 720-4540/4570

Email: PROSpectPlace@hmhnonline.org


Hours of operation:

Mon-Fri  9:00am – 5:00pm

PROSpect Place  (PROS: Personalized Recovery Oriented Services) is a recovery program for adults with psychiatric disabilities. The overall aim is to facilitate participants’ recovery and wellness through a comprehensive array of treatments and recovery services. We hope to provide opportunities to participants to gain support and hope, allowing them to eventually recover, integrate into society, and most importantly, attain their life goals.


Participants discuss with their own PROS counselors to decide their goals and to choose services that would facilitate in reaching their goals. Most services are provided in group formats similar to a school curriculum, and participants will be able to experiment and study various skills they need. Through our diverse services, participants can obtain proper help, regardless of their goals being about living, working, education, or social interaction.


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

Tel: (212) 349-3724

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Behavioral Health Services - PROSpect Place

To become a participant, one must meet the admission criteria:

  • 18 years of age or older

  • Designated mental illness

  • Functional deficit due to the severity and duration of mental illness


Our services are inspiring and interactive, and are participant-oriented. Services include:

  • Vocational and educational assistance

  • Benefits and financial management

  • Relapse prevention

  • Wellness self-management

  • Community living exploration

  • Heath assessment

  • Clinical counseling and therapy

  • Individual recovery plan

  • And more!


We provide other activities facilitating learning and recovery, such as:

  • Referral to benefits application services

  • Community events

  • Computer class

  • English class