New York City Children's Center (NYCCC) - Queens Campus
74-03 Commonwealth Boulevard
Bellerose, NY 11426
Phone: (718) 264-4500
Fax: (718) 740-0968
Services and programs at the Queens campus of the New York City Children's Center include:
- Inpatient Hospitalization - Comprehensive treatment and services based on individualized assessment are provided in a structured environment. Inpatient teams comprised of psychiatrist, pediatrician, nurse, psychologist, social worker, teachers, recreations workers, and child care workers assure coordinated care in a therapeutic environment.
- Day Treatment - The day treatment programs, Iris Hill located in Queens (P23) and Robert Kennedy (P169) in Manhattan, are jointly sponsored with the New York City Department of Education District 75 and provide a fully integrated clinical and educational program. Services are provided Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Intensive Day Treatment (IDT) - IDT, a highly structured, short- term program (45 days), serves youth who are challenged, in crisis, or temporarily unable to be maintained in a more traditional academic and /or treatment setting. There are two IDT locations, one in Queens (P23) and one in Manhattan (P94)
- Intensive Case Management (ICM) - ICMs work in partnership with the child and the family in a strength-based model to obtain all necessary services to enable the child to remain in his/ her home and community. Wraparound funds and home health aides are available as well 24 hour/7 day a week crisis intervention.
- Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinic - The clinic provides early assessment of childhood emotional problems and high quality mental health treatment for youth and their families. Clinic offerings include individual, group and family therapy; medication management and health monitoring; outreach; individualized treatment planning; crisis intervention; complex care management; developmental testing and adolescent sexual behavior management
- Homemaker Services - When needed, homemaker services by a contracted agency are provided to care for children who are registered in certain programs. Homemaker services are provided to support the family in maintaining their child in the least restrictive setting and/or to enable parents to participate in the child's treatment.
- Family Support Services:
Youth Support Services - Contracted peer staff through Families on the Move provide advocacy and resource services to youth and facilitate support and advisory groups.
Parent Support Services - Contracted parent support staff through Families on the Move reinforce the principles of recovery and resilience, engage families in the treatment process, help families access resources, conduct parenting classes and act as a conduit between families and the agency with regard to suggestions or issues.
Comments or questions about the information on this page can be directed to the New York City Children's Center.