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Melvin Crosby
377 Westchester Ave, Port Chester, NY 10573
Dr. Melvin Crosby  is a clinical psychologists based in Port Chester. He is available by appointment.
Ann Rosen, LCSW
558 Westchester Ave, Port Chester, NY 10573
Ann Rosen is a clinical social worker and therapist serving Port Chester and the surrounding communities. HerMore specialties include parenting, divorce, and relationship issues. Contact her office for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Diana Schaefer, LCSW
30 Puritan Dr, Port Chester, NY 10573
Diana Schaefer is a licensed clinical social worker with an office on Puritan Drive. Ms. Schaefer offers psychotherapyMore and counseling for individuals and families, helping clients deal with anxiety, stress, communication issues, depression, relationship difficulties and trauma. To schedule an appointment, call Ms. Schaefer's office during regular business hours.
Open Door Family Medical Centers
5 Grace Church St, Port Chester, NY 10573

Open Door Family Medical Centers were founded in 1972 in the basement of the First Baptist Church in Ossining, NY.More  It was first operated as a free clinic, staffed by nearly 100 local volunteers. Now it has a professional staff of more than 60 at four health centers in Westchester County including Port Chester, Ossining, Mount Kisco and Sleepy Hollow, as well as, four school-based health centers in Port Chester.

The mission of Open Door Family Medical Centers is to provide quality health care and human services at affordable prices to the economically disadvantaged community.

Family Service of Westchester
1 Gateway Plz, Port Chester, NY 10573
Family Services of Westchester is a private, not-for-profit, non-sectarian agency with its headquarters in Port Chester.More The company's health services cover a broad range of social and mental programs custom-designed to meet the particular needs of children, teens, adults, and the elderly through eight Family Centers. Family Services of Westchester is staffed with over 450 professional and Master's-level social workers, psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, child care workers, nurses, certified home health aides, multi-lingual clinicians,; peer counselors and early-childhood educators.