UHS provides Behavioral Health programs to Binghamton and surrounding 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 our programs 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.
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
UHS becomes key PPE resource for schoolsSeptember 21, 2020
UHS has become a key resource in the Southern Tier’s ongoing battle against COVID-19, with schools across Broome and Tioga counties the most recent beneficiaries.
UHS offers flu shots by appointment onlySeptember 21, 2020
Flu season will be a bit different this year, with the added specter of COVID-19 always on people's minds as fall and winter approach.
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital visits local schools for handwashing experimentSeptember 21, 2020
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital brought its germ-busting equipment to the Walton and Hancock central school districts to show students the proper way to wash their hands.
Artists leave messages of hope in chalkSeptember 17, 2020
A number of UHS patients and employees drew chalk messages September 16 and 17 at locations around UHS facilities.