Greenwich Hospital’s psychiatrists and psychologists evaluate and treats individuals with a wide variety of emotional and mental health concerns. People struggling with mental illness, depression, anxiety and other psychological and psychiatric conditions can receive compassionate care and treatment according to their needs. Counseling is available for individuals and families dealing with a difficult life transition, or issues relating to relationships, family and parenting. Learn more about Psychiatry
Mental Health Emergency Services
People in crisis can receive immediate help at Greenwich Hospital’s Emergency Department. Call 911 if you or someone you know is at risk for self-harm.
Substance Abuse and Addiction
Specialists at Greenwich Hospital's Addiction Recovery Center work with individuals struggling with substance abuse and addiction. Learn more >>
Behavioral Health Clinic at Greenwich Hospital’s Outpatient Center
The Behavioral Health Center provides psychiatric consultations and treatment for individuals who do not have adequate medical insurance. For eligibility questions, call 203-863-3316. Learn more >>
The Center for Healthy Aging
Greenwich Hospital's Center for Healthy Aging offers a full range of services and support for aging adults and their families. The Center specializes in the management of Alzheimer's disease and its complications. Learn more >>
Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Specialists at Greenwich Hospital provide consultation for severe developmental disorders in conjunction with the Yale Child Study Center. Call 203-785-2513 for information.
Education and Support
Regularly scheduled support groups aging issues, bereavement, substance abuse and addiction recovery. See calendar >>
Listen to Dr. Jeremy Barowsky, psychiatrist, speak about "Mental Health First Aid: Know the Warning Signs and Risk Factors" >>
Medical encyclopedia of mental health disorders >>