You are here

Behavioral Health

At Sinai Health System, we know that quality, accessible behavioral healthcare is important to the communities we serve. We are pleased to provide bi-lingual inpatient, outpatient psychiatric and mental health services for adults.  We also offer bi-lingual outpatient services for children and adolescents.

Adult Program
SPBH provides an array of outpatient psychiatric services for adults with a mental illness. Services include comprehensive mental health assessment, psychiatric evaluations, medication

management, case management, individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy.  We have various types of groups:  Stress Management Group, Trauma Recovery Empowerment Group for women, Art Therapy Group, Dance Movement Therapy Group and many more groups to help individuals with the numerous stressors they encounter daily.   There is a specialized program for individuals that are Deaf or Hard of Hearing for all ages. Staff are fluent in Spanish, ASL and are culturally sensitive.

Children’s Program-Under the Rainbow
Under the Rainbow is an outpatient therapy program for children, adolescents up to age 18, and their families.

Under the Rainbow evaluates and treats most child and adolescent for mental and behavioral health disorders in English and Spanish. There are specialized programs for youth who have experience abuse, neglect, and other traumas. Treatment services include individual/family/group therapies and psychiatric medications. UTR staff provide specialized 24/7 crisis intervention services- including mobile emergency screening, assessment, and supportive services (SASS) for youth in crisis.

Psychiatric Assessment and Medication Management Clinic
Psychiatrist will provide comprehensive assessments in order to provide individualized quality care.  They will meet with the clients on a regular base to make sure the medication is effective and taken properly.

Rehabilitation Groups
The program consists of a scheduled series of structured, group therapeutic sessions designed to stabilize acute psychiatric symptoms, prevent hospitalization, reduce symptoms of mental illness, and to promote recovery and community integration.