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Together, We Can Support More Families in New York.

At Project TEACH, our goal is to ensure maternal health and pediatric clinicians can always deliver quality mental health care to patients.

Our no-cost consultations and trainings help you identify and treat mild-to-moderate mental health concerns.

Childhood mental health disorders have a wide reach.
So does Project TEACH.

Project TEACH has the resources and trainings available to help you recognize the signs and offer your patients the treatment they need.

1 in 6

U.S. children aged 2–8 years has a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder.


of 12–17 year olds in New York State who have depression did not receive any care in the last year.


12–17 year olds in New York State have depression.

1 in 3

youth are not receiving the mental health services they need.

Who is Project TEACH?

Project TEACH offers resources, trainings and education opportunities to pediatric and maternal primary care clinicians across New York State to support your delivery of compassionate care to children, pregnant persons and families who experience mild-to-moderate mental health concerns. Project TEACH is run by psychiatrists and mental health clinicians, and is funded by the New York State of Mental Health (OMH).

There are 3 ways to stay connected: call for a consultation, attend a free training, or sign up for our monthly newsletter.

Consultations to support patient care

Call 855-227-7272

Calls are responded to immediately Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

When you have a patient in need of mental health support, speak directly with child and adolescent psychiatrists to get them the help they need. Ask questions, discuss cases, review treatment options, or obtain referral assistance - whatever you need to support the mental health of your patients! Our psychiatrists are also available to provide a face-to-face evaluation of patients via video feed, if needed.

No-cost CME webinars & trainings

Project TEACH offers specialized and in-depth trainings and webinars at no cost. These events are designed to assist you in assessing, treating and managing mild-to-moderate mental health concerns in your practice. CME credits are available upon completion. Sign up for a free event!

Intensive Training

Spring 2023 Statewide Intensive Training: Child and Adolescent Mental Health for Primary Care Clinicians
May 7, 2023 8:30 am - 3:45 pm

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