Programs

School-Based Behavioral Health and Training Program

Bronx

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Astor offers an array of services derived from evidence-based models, providing a comprehensive mental health partnership that is flexible and customizable to the unique needs of each school population.

Universal Interventions

Designed to impact the entire school; including: 

  • Assessment
  • Training/Education
  • Identification and referrals

Selective Interventions

Classroom & group interventions target at-risk students and enhance faculty skills; including:

  • Intensive case consultation with teachers and school support team
  • PBIS/TCI Crisis Assessment
  • Groups with identified students
  • Specific staff training
  • Teacher consultation
  • Crisis avoidance, crisis response, and peer mediation

Targeted Interventions

For identified individual students and families in need; including:

  • Evidence-based treatment, assessments, and evaluations as part of on-site Article 31 satellite school-based mental health clinic
  • Mental health/educational referrals and case planning

Contact Us:

For more information or to make a referral to this program, contact:

Emily Casa
Tel: (718) 751-5407
Email: Please use our Program Contact Form »

More Information:

Program brochure (PDF file)

Folleto del programa (archivo PDF)

Learn about Astor's other Bronx Community-based programs:

  1. Care Management 
    Ensures appropriate access and service management via care coordination and service integration.
  2. Counseling Centers 
    Provides counseling, psychiatric services and case management to children and adolescents, and their families.
  3. Day Treatment
    A school-based intensive treatment program that integrates mental health and special education services for students grades K — 8. 
  4. Lawrence F. Hickey Center for Child Development (Little Red School House)
    Special education therapeutic preschool
  5. Prevention Services
    Time-limited, evidence-based model that utilizes a home-based approach to address both the concrete and clinical needs of the child and the family.
  6. Residential Programs
    The Residential Treatment program is a therapeutic out-of-home placement serving children aged 5–13 who have emotional challenges that exceed community-based interventions. The program is located in Rhinebeck, NY, and accepts children from all counties of New York State.
    Residential Treatment Center
    Residential Treatment Facility
  7. School-Based Behavioral Health Treatment (SBBHT) 
    Services provided to schools in New York City.
  8. Serving Youth iN Their Communities (SYNC)
    Through supportive skill-building and clinical services, SYNC helps to build a strong foundation so that youth and families can be active and productive members of their communities
  9. Transitions 
    Provides services to school-aged youths, 4-18 years old, who exhibit behavioral difficulties in order to promote academic stability and successful promotion to the next grade level.