Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences offers a wide-range of expert general and sub-specialty clinical evaluation and treatment services at our primary Montefiore Medical Center sites. These include adult and child outpatient psychiatric programs on the Moses and Wakefield Campuses and at the Montefiore Behavioral Health Center; addiction Services at the Division of Substance Abuse, Substance Abuse Treatment Program and Wakefield Recovery Center locations; inpatient psychiatry, consult-liaison psychiatry, and emergency psychiatry services across our campuses; and integrated mental health services in multiple settings including the Montefiore School Based Mental Health Program, the Montefiore Medical Group practices, the Children’s Evaluation and Research Center (CERC), the J.E. and Z.B. Butler Center for Children and Families, and the Cancer Center. Members of our faculty also have teaching roles at the Bronx Psychiatric Center, New York City Children’s Center-Bronx Campus, Jacobi Hospital, North Central Bronx Hospital, and Four Winds Hospital.

Contact Information for Clinical Services

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Montefiore Medical Center
111 East 210th Street
Bronx, NY 10467
Phone: 718-430-2290

Moses Campus
Adult Contact: 718-920-4295
Child Contact: 718-696-3011

Wakefield Campus
Adult Contact: 718-304-7050
Child Contact: 718-304-7100

Montefiore Behavioral Health Center
Adult Contact: 718-904-4476
Child Contact: 718-904-4476

Division of Substance Abuse
Program Contact:
Waters Place – 718-829-3440
Melrose – 718-993-3397
Port Morris – 718-665-7500

Substance Abuse Treatment Program
Program Contact:
SATP Unit l – 718-920-4067
SATP Unit lll – 917-564-8700

Wakefield Recovery Center
Program Contact: 718-307-7070

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Wednesday, March 06, 2019 | 10:30 AM
2019 MSTP Student-Invited Translational Speaker
Price Center/Block Pavilion, LeFrak Auditorium

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