Special Needs Clinic
The Special Needs Clinic is a family-based mental health program that serves children, youth, and families living and/or affected by HIV/AIDS and other chronic medical conditions. This program has provided comprehensive mental health care for family members living with HIV/AIDS since 1992. In 2014, the clinical services of the Special Needs Clinic expanded in scope to serve children and youth who were diagnosed with a chronic medical condition and are in need of psychological and psychiatric support.
This outpatient service is available only by referral by a physician or other health-care provider within NewYork-Presbyterian.