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Mental Health Division to Relocate Temporarily

Until further notice, the Health Department’s Division of Mental Health, Alcoholism and Drug Dependency Services (MHADDS) will temporarily relocate to the main building of the Charles Harwood Medical Complex, according to a press release from Acting Health Commissioner Julia Sheen.
The Harwood Complex Annex, where the division is currently housed, is undergoing refurbishment with an expected completion date of Aug. 28.
For mental health information and appointments, residents should call 773-1311, ext. 3202. Residents may also contact the Office of Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services for information and appointments by calling 773-1311, ext. 3020 or 3024.
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Until further notice, the Health Department’s Division of Mental Health, Alcoholism and Drug Dependency Services (MHADDS) will temporarily relocate to the main building of the Charles Harwood Medical Complex, according to a press release from Acting Health Commissioner Julia Sheen.
The Harwood Complex Annex, where the division is currently housed, is undergoing refurbishment with an expected completion date of Aug. 28.
For mental health information and appointments, residents should call 773-1311, ext. 3202. Residents may also contact the Office of Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services for information and appointments by calling 773-1311, ext. 3020 or 3024.