At CCM, we realize that an individual's potential for success cannot become reality if his or her vision of the future is blurred by mental illness or substance and alcohol abuse. In response, CCM's staff offers innovative, culturally sensitive treatment services at four licensed mental health clinics and one licensed outpatient chemical dependency treatment program. Treatment includes individual, group and family counseling, psychological assessment, psychiatric diagnosis and psychopharmacology.

If you would like to learn more about our clinical services, or if you or someone you know could benefit from CCM Clinical Services, please contact us at 1 Hoyt Street, 7th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 or call (718) 802-0666.

CCM's Minority Outreach Community Health Access (MOCHA) Program

Community Counseling and Mediation’s Minority Outreach Community Health Access (MOCHA) program is federally funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) as part of the Minority AIDS Initiative - Continuum of Care grant. 

CCM Mental Health Clinics

Culturally sensitive and innovative treatment services at three licensed mental health clinics, including: individual, group and family counseling; psychological, psychiatric and psychosocial assessments and diagnosis; and psychopharmacology.

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

A licensed, medically-supervised outpatient treatment program, utilizing a comprehensive approach towards recovery that coordinates assessment and diagnosis, individual, group and family counseling, buprenorphine treatment, acupuncture, and case management.

 

Project Bridge

Multi-disciplinary mental health services for people living with HIV/AIDS who have severe mental illness and/or alcohol and substance use disorders.

Crisis Counseling Services (CCS)

Individual, group and family counseling for students, teachers and families in the NYC public school system; as well as workshops in mediation, anger management, non-violent conflict resolution training, and dealing with trauma treatment.