Patient Care - Quick Links
If this is an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department.
Services Affiliated with the Yale Department of Psychiatry
Connecticut Mental Health Center
(203) 974-7300; (203) 974-7328 (voice) or (203) 361-3370 (videophone) for individuals who are deaf or hearing impaired; (203) 974-5800 (Espanola).
After-hours crisis intervention is accessed by calling the CMHC Switchboard at 203 974-7300 on weekdays after 5pm, weekends and state holidays, and asking for the South Central Crisis Service.
The Connecticut Mental Health Center (CMHC) is an urban mental health center funded by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) and managed in collaboration with the Yale Department of Psychiatry. With locations in New Haven and West Haven, it provides inpatient and outpatient recovery-oriented services to individuals who, with some exceptions, are 18 years of age or older, are uninsured and have severe mental health or substance use conditions. Read More
VA Connecticut Healthcare System
(203) 932-5711; Crisis Line (800) 273-8255
The Veterans Administration Connecticut Healthcare System (VACTHS) provides primary care and specialty services, including mental health services, to veterans in Connecticut. The mental health services are affiliated with the Yale Department of Psychiatry. These include inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment. Services are located in hospital and outpatient sites in West Haven and Newington, as well as community-based outpatient clinics throughout the state. Read More
Yale New Haven Hospital
Inpatient: (203) 688-9907; Outpatient: (203) 688-9723
Yale New Haven Psychiatric Hospital (YNHPH) offers inpatient, outpatient and emergency psychiatric and behavioral health services as part of Yale New Haven Hospital. It serves individuals of all ages who have a mental health illness, including individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance disorders. YNHPH accepts most commercial and government insurances. Read More
Yale Behavioral Health Services at Hamden
This outpatient clinic is funded by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) and the Town of Hamden. It offers psychiatric evaluation, medication management, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy and peer support to persons with severe mental health and substance use conditions. Patients typically have government insurance (Medicare, Medicaid) or are uninsured. For more information, please click here.
Yale Health (for Yale Students)
Mental Health & Counseling Department: (203) 432-0290; (203) 432-0123 (Acute Care after hours)
Yale Health is a not-for-profit, physician-led health plan that operates a medical center on the Yale campus. The Mental Health & Counseling department provides free, confidential mental health treatment to members of the Yale student community. Services include individual therapy, group therapy, and medication consultations and management. For more information, please click here.
Yale Health (for Faculty & Staff)
Magellan Health Service (800) 327-9240 or TDD (800) 456-4006
Yale Health members who are not students should call Magellan Health Service’s telephone center to find the most appropriate treatment provider within its behavioral health network. The telephone center is staffed around-the-clock. After an appointment is scheduled with a provider call Magellan Health Services again for an authorization.
The Steward House
The Steward House at Silver Hill, in New Canaan, CT, a collaboration between Yale Medicine, Yale New Haven Health and Silver Hill Hospital, is a transitional living program designed exclusively for leaders to rediscover and strengthen the skills necessary for long-term recovery and wellness. The program allows individuals to undergo intensive therapy in a compassionate environment, free from the major stressors and triggers in daily life. A world-renowned team of experts’ tailor treatment to the individual to foster recovery. For more information, please click here.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
SAMHSA treatment locator
Yale Employee Assistance Program, Counseling and Support Services
Offers brief, confidential, solution-focused consultation and counseling for personal issues at no cost to Yale employees and members of their household. (800) 327-9240; (800) 456-4006 (TDD)