Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center, 107 West Fourth Street, Mount Vernon, NY 10550. Ms. Shirley Gibbs-Bryant, L.M.S.W., is the Director of Social Services at Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center, and described by phone the services offered there. Mental health services at Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center include individual therapy provided by five social workers, including two licensed clinical social workers (L.C.S.W.), one licensed masters social worker (L.M.S.W.), and two masters social workers (M.S.W.), one of who has a masters in mental health and therefore provides therapy only, specifically, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). A psychiatrist is at the health center on Thursdays, from 4 p.m.-8 p.m. The health center sees primarily adults, but they do see adolescents too. However, there is not a child psychiatrist at the health center, so if an adolescent needs medication, the health center will refer them out. There is a substance abuse counselor available at the health center. Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center takes almost all insurance. Additionally, people can apply for insurance at the center, including Fidelis Care, Hudson Insurance Group, and Medicaid. Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center also has school-based clinics at Mount Vernon High School and Edward Williams Elementary School, for the students who attend these schools. Other associated health centers include Yonkers Community Health Center and Greenburgh Health Center. At Yonkers Community Health Center, there is a therapist three days a week, and a psychiatrist every Tuesday, 4 p.m.-8 p.m. Contact Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center by phone at (914) 699-7200. For more information, please see the website at www.mountvernonhealthcenter.org.