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Mental health resources

The Resources page contains links that provide information about connecting with school-based and outside professional mental health resources.

Speak to a RHCSD school psychologist

CAPE Resource Directory

What to do When You're Concerned

An in-depth guide that includes common issues for children at different stages of growth, resources available to parents based on the level of their child's needs, contact information specific to Dutchess County, and a glossary of  frequently encountered mental health acronyms.

Where to Find Help for Your Child

A guide on how to seek out independent mental health professionals and what qualities to look for.

Find a Therapist

This database provides listings of  independent mental health professionals in a search that can be customized based on many factors including location, treatment orientation, and what insurance carriers are accepted.

Find a Therapy Group

This database provides listings of  therapy groups in a search that can be customized based on many factors including location, age group, and cost.

Insurance Resources for Low-Income Families

Health insurance options for children in low-income families.

Understanding Your Mental Health Insurance

A brief guide to understanding your mental health care coverage, so that you can be an active advocate for your child within your particular plan.

 Professional Service Providers

 Below we have included links to local service providers for your convenience.

Dutchess County Department of Mental Health 

Mobile Crisis

Greystone Programs

Council on Addiction Prevention

and Education (CAPE)

Health Alliance Hospital

Dutchess County Child Care Council

Resource Index

Mid-Hudson Regional Medical Center


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Toll-free, 24-hour hotline at:

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

Need 2 talk

Dutchess County Helpline