Our Spring Issue Of Astor Family Magazine Is Here!

It's spring and we're focusing on the power of play.

In this issue, you will read about the playground we built in the Bronx, the healing power that play has on children and how spending time with horses has helped former Astor resident, Harry Brown, to live his best life. Read more...

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Astor provides behavioral health and educational services offering children the opportunity to meet life’s challenges, pursue their dreams, and reach their full potential. Read more

65th Anniversary

Astor Is Proud To Be Celebrating 65 Years

At Astor we believe that each child is unique and should be given the opportunity to fulfill his or her highest potential.

We strive to give them a child that chance through premier quality educational and counseling programs. Along the way, we also hope to give them — through art, play and sincere affection — a little bit of magic and a lot of laughter. Read more

We Did It!

Our mini-renovation with Hilarie Burton & Jeffrey Dean Morgan was a huge success! Read more

Cardinal Dolan Visits Astor 2018

Cardinal Dolan Visits Astor

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, came to Rhinebeck to tour the Residential Treatment Center (RTC) and School at Astor Services for Children & Families. Read more

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Children from Astor's Lawrence F. Hickey Center for Child Development in the Bronx cooled off and enjoyed some play time with water on the playground. Read about Astor's Early Childhood Programs bit.ly/2t8Xiwz ... See MoreSee Less

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In honor of #MinorityMentalHealth Month: Understanding Barriers to Minority Mental Health Care. bit.ly/2JlDtZ4 ... See MoreSee Less

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In honor of #MinorityMentalHealth Month: – "In Indian culture, mental illness is often perceived as a retribution for our past sins, possession by demonic spirits or a character flaw. I am deeply grateful that my parents and I had lived and learned that mental illness is not a character flaw. It is part of the human experience." – Gayathri RamprasadAs a little girl born and raised in Bangalore, India, Gayathri’s destiny was predetermined. But never would she or her family imagine that one day she would ... ... See MoreSee Less

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In honor of #MinorityMentalHealth Month: Depression And African Americans. The myths and stigma that surround depression create needless pain and confusion and can keep people from getting proper treatment. bit.ly/2KxcHBH ... See MoreSee Less

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In minority and marginalized communities, mental health is often considered a taboo or weakness. That’s one reason that July was designated Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: to begin normalizing these conversations and to reduce the stigma that prevents so many people from talking openly and honestly about their mental health challenges. bit.ly/2tmfJ4a #MinorityMentalHealth #NotACharacterFlaw ... See MoreSee Less

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#BreaktheStigma of Mental Health.childrenscolorado.org/stigma It’s not always easy to tell others that your child has challenges managing their thoughts or feelings. And it might not... ... See MoreSee Less

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