The sad truth is that we are in the middle of a mental health crisis and the need for St. Vincent’s hospital, both inpatient and outpatient services is monumental. No one is turned away at St. Vincents. The staff at St. Vincent’s Hospital Westchester is available, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, to respond to patients experiencing a mental health crisis and in need of an emergency psychiatric intervention.
Founded by the Sisters of Charity of New York in 1879, the St. Vincent’s Hospital Westchester division of Saint Joseph’s Medical Center is one of the largest providers of mental health, addiction recovery, and residential services in the region.
There is also a Crisis Prevention and Response Team which is an interdisciplinary mobile team of mental health professionals (social workers, a child, and family specialist, and a psychiatrist). The Team responds to people in the community, usually visiting them at home, although they can be seen elsewhere as well.
The demand for treatment at St. Vincent’s is at an all-time high. The front-line workers there have treated and helped so many patients stay safe during this pandemic. We would like to thank them by creating a Field of Gratitude. They are asking for members of the local community to help by purchasing a sign which will be displayed around the Hospital grounds for everyone to see.
To purchase your sign, click HERE and scroll down to “Field of Gratitude”
Watch the field grow with your support.
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