• Private Health Insurance
  • Military insurance coverage
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Cash, Credit or Debit card accepted


  • Facility for Adults and Young Adults
  • Smoking is not allowed during the treatment
  • Bilingual therapists and staff
  • Hearing impaired friendly facility
Last Updated: 04/16/2018 Reviews
Ten Broeck staff lied to us numerous times. They told me my daughter would not be committed until after seeing a doctor first but they coerced her into signing paperwork admitting herself before seeing anyone. They told her if she refused the process would be longer. They lied to my husband and me and told us that she signed paperwork at the previous hospital. They never explained to her what signing herself in voluntarily actually meant. They don’t know the difference between cutting and attempted suicide. There were no stitches! They are morons. They are rude. They never told my daughter she could leave at any time before signing the paperwork. They were intimidating and dishonest and awful.
I've been inpatient @ Ten Broeck most recent was 3rd time. The 3rd time I was very displeased with the uncleanliness of the bathrooms, and overall appearance of the unit. Most distressing was the poor structure of various patients being placed all together in one group area, where there were some patient's who were completely out of contact with reality, often with access to grab onto other patients, which increased anxiety. I feel there was far too much stimulation ongoing in group room at once, i.e. Television and a CD/Radio both playing at the same time, thus increasing the sensitivity of patient's who needed to be in a calm, soothing environment. There was a physical fight between two male patients, that caused blood on the floor, and it took numerous requests to staff to clean the blood up. The staff allowed the patients to be very messy not holding them accountable to clean up after themselves, such as cups, papers, etc. Everywhere. Needs huge improvement

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