Service Program for Older People

SPOP staff are working remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Please note that we are available by telephone and email but are not able to receive faxes at this time.

We are continuing to provide behavioral health services via approved tele-health connection. 
Medical providers and other professionals should use this secure referral form to refer clients.
If you are seeking information about services for yourself or another person, please click here or call 212-787-7120 x514.

If you experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, we remind you that the NYC Department of Health recommends that people with mild flu-like symptoms stay home. Please review their guidelines here.


Please click here to read
SUPPORTING OLDER ADULTS THROUGH CORONAVIRUS:
IDEAS FROM EXPERTS AND LEADERS ACROSS NYC
from  the Center for an Urban Future

The SPOP Gala has been rescheduled for October 7, 2020.   Details to follow.


Service Program for Older People (SPOP) is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of older adults and to fostering their independent living through the delivery of comprehensive mental health care and supportive services, advocacy, and education.  We believe that emotional well-being is important at every age. 

We serve New Yorkers of all walks of life and offer:

  • Comprehensive behavioral health care for adults age 55 and older, including individual, group, family, or couples therapy
  • Bereavement support for adults of all ages
  • Specialized substance use counseling (when substance use disorder is the secondary diagnosis)
  • PROS/Personalized Recovery Oriented Services for older adults with serious mental illness
  • Home-based therapy for clients who are unable to travel due to disability (available in Manhattan only)
  • Appointments at community-based clinic satellite offices throughout Manhattan and in Downtown Brooklyn
  • Specialized individual and group therapy for caregivers
  • Training workshops in aging and mental health

Please click here to read about SPOP in Behavioral Health News or call 212-787-7120 x514 to learn more.


 

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