COVID-19 Safety Policy

Prioritizing Your Wellbeing

At New York Behavioral Health, we make the health and safety of our clients and staff our top priority. As COVID-19 circumstances continue to evolve, we are committed to implementing safety measures for clients interested in meeting their NYBH provider in-person at our offices. 


Our Garden City, LI Office is Open

We are glad to share that our new location in Garden City, LI, is open for in-person sessions. If you are interested in scheduling an in-person appointment, please call our office at 646-599-3498.


Our COVID-19 Safety Measures

Before scheduling an in-person appointment, please review our COVID-19 precautionary measures below:

  • New York Behavioral Health will require masks for both staff and clients over the age of two during in-person sessions regardless of vaccination status.

  • NYBH will provide complimentary disposable face masks to anyone who does not have their own. 

  • On the day of an in-person session staff and clients should not come in and will not be permitted in the office if: 

    • They are experiencing any of the following symptoms associated with COVID-19:
      • Fever or chills
      • Cough
      • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
      • Fatigue
      • Muscle or body aches
      • Headache
      • New loss of taste or smell
      • Sore throat
      • Congestion or runny nose
      • Nausea or vomiting
      • Diarrhea

    • Have had known contact with someone with COVID-19 

    • Are asymptomatic but have tested positive for COVID-19 

    • Waiting on a result of COVID-19 test 

  • All offices have windows for ventilation and HEPA filters. 

  • Sanitizing protocols in place for high touch surfaces in the offices to ensure safety and hand sanitizers will be provided.
  • Social distancing will be enforced along with current CDC guidelines – 6 feet between yourself and people outside your household. 

  • Virtual sessions will be offered for any client who is not able to be seen for an in-person appointment due to these restrictions.