Mental Health Resources

Disclaimer: Gotham Volleyball does not provide mental health care or referrals. This page is not exhaustive and is purely informational, not constituting an endorsement of the services listed.

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Crisis hotlines

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, these are 24/7 hotlines that can provide immediate assistance free of charge.

Affordable counseling services

These services accept insurance and/or charge fees on a sliding scale based on your income.

  • Greenwich House Center for Resiliency and Wellness: call 212-242-4140, extension 251
  • Metropolitan Center for Mental Health: call 646-992-3357 and press 1
  • Open Path Psychotherapy Collective: if eligible, register for a lifetime membership

LGBTQ-affirming private practices and providers

We have compiled a list of contacts with the help of Gotham members.

Substance use disorder support

  • GHC Methadone Maintenance Program: call 212-677-3400
  • MCMH FAIR Substance Use Disorder program: call 646-992-3357 and press 5
  • Find treatment options in New York or New Jersey
  • AA meetings with gay or queer focus:
    • Chelsea Mornings AA @ St. Paul’s German Evangelical Church (315 W 22nd St) on Mon-Fri at 8AM
    • Alphabet Soup AA @ St. Mary’s Episcopal Church (230 Classon Ave) on Mon at 8:15PM
    • Greenwich Village Group AA @ St. Luke’s School Auditorium (487 Hudson St) on Tue-Wed at 7:15PM
    • Red Door Group AA @ St. John’s Church (224 Waverly Place) on Thu at 7PM
    • Westwingers AA @ LGBT Center (208 W 13th St) on Thu-Fri at 7PM
    • Saturday Beginners Group AA @ Holy Trinity Slovak Lutheran Church (334 E 20th St) on Sat 10:30AM
    • High Noon AA @ LGBT Center (208 W 13th St) on Sun at 12PM: Reserve an in-person spot here.

Intersectional and specialty services

Virtual therapy and psychiatry platforms

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