Are you experiencing depression, isolation, anxiety, or relationship issues? Are you concerned that your substance use is getting out of control? Are you newly diagnosed with HIV and are struggling to make sense of its place in your life?
Come explore some of these and other issues in a safe, supportive environment. GMHC’s dedicated clinical staff is here to help.
Collaborative Mental Health (CMH) is an outpatient mental health counseling program that provides both short-term and long-term counseling free of charge to eligible GMHC clients. Our goal is to help individuals improve their quality of life and health.
Our counselors are professionals from the fields of Clinical Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, and Addiction & Recovery who have extensive experience and knowledge about the range of emotional issues associated with living with HIV/AIDS. Our staff understands the distinct needs of individuals from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and identities, including:
We offer a number of services, depending on your needs:
How do I get connected to services?
To enroll in the Collaborative Mental Health program, you must first register as client of GMHC. More information can be found here: Becoming a GMHC Client
Clients of the agency who wish to enroll in counseling must complete a program intake with Collaborative Mental Health. This is an opportunity for us to begin to get to know you and understand how we can best work together.
Please call us at 212-367-1165 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or learn more. We are also happy to provide referrals to other mental health or community resources if needed.