Columbia County Mental Health Center is dedicated to serving the residents of our county struggling with a variety of mental health disorders. Our compassionate, experienced team provides the highest level of care in a relaxing, encouraging and patient-centered environment. Columbia County Mental Health Center strives to connect with each person and guide them to a happy, healthy life.
Mental Health Awareness Month
Take a moment to read the positive messages below from our staff at the Columbia County Mental Health Center!
In response to the COVID-19 virus, both Columbia County Mental Health
Center locations (325 Columbia St in Hudson and the office at the Valatie
Medical Arts Building) will be closed to all staff and the public until
further notice, and all mental health staff will be working from home.
Therapists and prescribers will continue to provide all assistance
telephonically during this time as we have converted to phone telemental
health sessions and web based meetings. Our main phone number, 518-828-9446
remains operational, and our 24/7 on call crisis services remain in
effect. We are committed to remaining operational during this difficult
time so we will be updating our Facebook page, website, and phone greeting
as needed to reflect any changes in how we will be operating. Please share
this information with any other individuals or organizations who might be
interested. We thank you for working with us in this new season of
providing services by phone. Please stay safe, stay healthy, and stay home.
Click below for more detils concerning the Virus.
4/17/2020 - Residents in need of emotional, mental health, spiritual and/or logistical support during the COVID outbreak
Check out our NEW video about people who have overcome personal struggles and stigma to find hope and joy in their lives. A BIG thank you to all of the video participants for having the courage to tell their stories of recovery and wellness.
See the Signs, Save a Life
PSANYSAC created this opioid addiction awareness ad in partnership with the New York State Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners. Learn more at http://ny.seethesignssavealife.org/.