Crisis Stabilization Unit, New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division, 21 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains, NY 10605. The Crisis Stabilization Unit at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division in White Plains, NY, is an inpatient unit specifically for the treatment of people who are engaging in self-injurious behaviors. As with all inpatient units, the crisis intervention unit is located in the Main building. The typical length of stay is 7-14 days. Program features may include diagnostic evaluation, individual therapy, family interventions, pharmacotherapy as indicated, and electroconvulsive therapy when appropriate. For more information about the crisis intervention service, please see the website at www.nyp.org/psychiatry. Select Personality Disorders, and follow the link for Weill Cornell Psychiatry, Overview of Programs; then follow the link for Borderline Personality Disorders. Additionally, New York-Presbyterian Hospital has a Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center. The Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center (BPDRC) consists of online resources and a referral hotline answered by a skilled social worker. Please see the website at www.bpdresourcecenter.org. New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division consists of a main building, and other, stand-alone red brick buildings, set on many acres. There is plenty of parking on campus, and the hospital is convenient to highways and close to the center of the city of White Plains. For 24 hour assistance with referrals to any service at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division, please call the Access phone number at (888) 694-5700. New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division accepts payments by private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and self-pay.