Integrated Health Services

Integrated Health Services provides skills-based therapy and health care management to empower individuals to achieve wellness. We guide clients as they work to strengthen their family and social relationships, achieve personal goals and lead happy, meaningful lives.

Article 31 Clinics

Our Article 31 Clinics provide an opportunity for children and families to process their challenges, heal and move forward. The clinics are staffed by psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, nurse practitioners and art therapists. Treatment begins with our comprehensive initial assessment, incorporating both a pyscho-social and psychiatric evaluation, which together forms the foundation for each client’s highly individualized treatment plan. Our clinicians each use a variety of evidence-based interventions to meet the specific needs of each individual with whom we work and maintain evening and weekend hours to make services easy to access.

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Chemical Dependence Treatment Program

HSVS’ Outpatient Chemical Dependence Treatment Program (CD) is a comprehensive treatment program designed to empower individuals to stop using mood-altering substances, assume their parental responsibilities, strengthen their family and social relationships, develop a healthy network in their communities, and ultimately achieve long term abstinence from substance abuse. The program connects clients to external agencies to provide further support for their educational and occupational goals.

Staffed with Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselors (CASAC’s), Clinical Social Workers, a Psychiatrist and a Nurse, our program designs an individualized treatment plan for each of our clients, which may include individual and group therapy, drug abstinence monitoring and mental health treatment on site. Our experienced multidisciplinary team uniquely allows us to provide effective and convenient treatment for individuals with dual diagnoses, in a single location.

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Brooklyn Clinical Services / Chemical Dependence Clinic

66 Boerum Place, 1st Floor
Brooklyn, NY

(718) 522-6011 or (718) 422-2291

Accessible by 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, F TRAINS

Queens Clinical Services / Chemical Dependence Clinic

89-31 161st Street, 4th Floor
Jamaica, Queens
(718) 206-0218

Accessible by E, F, J, Z TRAINS


Staten Island Clinical Services / Chemical Dependence Clinic

56 Bay Street, 1st Floor
Staten Island, NY
(718) 981-7861

Accessible by Bus: S42, S46, S48, S51, S52, S61, S62, S66, S74, S76, S78, S96 at Slosson Terrace / Bay St.

Children's Health Home

The HSVS Children’s Health Home Program, a model innovated by New York State, aims to coordinate care for those with two or more chronic conditions. Children’s Health Home is for children and youth ages 0-21, who have active Medicaid and qualifying Mental Health and Medical Conditions.

A Health Home Care Manager works with parents or guardians for minors and older youth to coordinate health and mental health treatment. Together, the program participant and Care Manager develop a care plan.

In addition to receiving help scheduling appointments, the Care Manager will ensure medications are taken as prescribed, assist with locating stable housing and secure transportation to medical appointments.

“It is crucial for our program participants to know that parents and older youth can keep providers of their choosing,” said Jennifer Outlaw, HSVS Senior Vice President of Integrated Health Services. “We are here to enhance access to care.”

In addition to care coordination, HeartShare St. Vincent’s Services’ Integrated Health Division also includes outpatient mental health and chemical dependency clinics.

For more information, contact us at’s Health Home Brochure