UHS provides Behavioral Health programs to Binghamton and surrounding New York communities. Behavioral Health includes programs to address Chemical Dependency (addiction) and Mental Health concerns, group therapy (including life skills, anxiety, depression and anger management groups) medication management for psychiatric disorders, individual psychotherapy, and our 24-hour crisis service for confidential psychiatric advice (CPEP).
All of the programs at our New York behavioral health center offer prompt access to services within our continuum of care, staffed by individuals that are committed to providing any assistance needed in a timely fashion.
At the UHS New York behavioral health center, we understand that substance use and mental health needs have increased due to COVID-19. If you are in substance use or mental health crisis, please reach out using the numbers below. If you are experiencing a mental health, substance use, or medical emergency, please call 911.
UHS Addiction Crisis Line
Give the lifesaving gift of voluntary blood donationMay 31, 2023
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New Baldwin Street Traffic Patterns at UHS Wilson Medical CenterMay 30, 2023
Vehicle and pedestrian traffic patterns around the campus of UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City will change temporarily, starting Thursday, June 1.
Keep your kids and yourself safe this summerMay 30, 2023
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Trauma team takes part in Battle of the Belts at CF Middle SchoolMay 26, 2023
UHS Trauma team members joined the Broome County Traffic Safety Program and New York State Police at Chenango Forks Middle School this week to participate in their Health Day!