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Behavioral Health

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.

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UHS Addiction Crisis Line
The Addiction Crisis Line offers free and confidential information, support, and next step advice including linkage to formal evaluation and/or treatment for people seeking help for their substance use. Our line is staffed 24-hours a day by trained nurses, social workers, and licensed drug and alcohol counselors.
24/7 line - (607) 762-2257

UHS Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) Hotline
You can call CPEP any time of the day or night for professional and confidential mental health advice.  The 24-hour crisis service is staffed by highly-trained psychiatric nurses, social workers, and paraprofessionals under the direction of a medical director/psychiatrist. All calls are free and confidential.
24/7 line - (607) 762-2302 or (800) 451-0560

 

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  • Team UHS attends the 42nd Annual Strawberry Fest
    June 19, 2024

    On Saturday, June 15, providers and staff from UHS Primary Care Owego, Candor, and Newark Valley, as well as Specialty Care offices Gastroenterology, Nephrology and Owego Physical Therapy participated in the 42nd Annual Strawberry Festival in downtown Owego.

  • Extreme Heat: Keep cool in your community
    June 17, 2024

    For many people, warm weather is a time for fun-filled outdoor activities. However, hot weather and outdoor activities don’t always mix well, especially during periods of extreme heat. Extreme heat can cause people to suffer from heat-related illness, and even death. People suffer heat-related illness when their bodies are unable to properly cool themselves.

  • Helipad will have key role in fast trauma care
    June 17, 2024

    A critical component of UHS’ ability to provide top-quality trauma care to the people of the Southern Tier is the new helipad high atop the Wilson Main Tower at UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City.