Park Slope Center for Mental Health is a New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) regulated facility providing mental and behavioral health services to children, adolescents, adults, and families. Our vision is to enrich the lives of people affected by emotional, physical and behavioral issues and help them overcome these challenges. Knowing that we can instill hope and help clients overcome challenges that lead to improved outcomes and brighter futures tells us that PSCMH continues to work hard to meet the needs of its community.
Improving the futures of the children, adults and families that come in for services is at the heart of our agency’s mission and vision. PSCMH supports clients that come in for services by exploring challenges, building resilience, and strengthening emotional well-being. Our vision is to help all clients feel empowered to build better lives, strive for their dreams, and maintain physical and emotional wellness.
PSCMH opened in 1983 initially providing services to elders. Our first location was in a brownstone on 9th street in the center of the Park Slope community. Over the years the agency expanded to address the growing need for services for people of all ages throughout the boroughs. Our staff consists of social workers, creative arts therapists, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners who help clients set goals for achieving and maintaining wellness. PSCMH has always taken a holistic approach to wellness, working with clients to help them gain an understanding of the whole person.
Board of Directors:
Stuart Levy, President
Nadine L. Juste-Beckles, MPA, Secretary
Carly J. Gutierrez, LMHC, Executive Director
Milada Castoro, CFO