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Behavioral Health Clinic

The Northtowns and Downtown Behavioral Health Clinics are OPEN for new and established youth between the ages of 3 and 21. If you have not been contacted by your clinician or psychiatry provider, or wish to setup an appointment, please call 716-783-3221 or fill out a form below.


Gateway Longview clinicians will discuss service details moving forward during the initial call.

If you represent a school district or primary care office, please refer your student or families to the number listed above or website.

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The Behavioral Health Clinic serves clients 3-21 years old and their families with outpatient counseling for behavioral and mental health concerns in our two clinic locations, and in satellite offices based in schools and pediatricians’ offices throughout Erie and Niagara counties. Engaged clients may seek psychiatric services through our clinic, and parents of clients may also engage in family  counseling. Our main clinic is centrally located in downtown Buffalo and we have successfully integrated mental health services into several school districts throughout Western New York. Click here to view our program brochure. Click here to contact the clinic.


Our clinicians specialize in supporting children with emotional and mental health challenges, such as anxiety and depression, mood disorders, symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) stemming from sexual abuse or domestic violence, grief and loss, etc.

There is no waiting list for clinical services, and same-day appointments are usually available. We accept Medicaid and most major medical insurance.  When cost presents a challenge, families are not turned away from care and we work together to come up with a sliding fee scale based on individual abilities to afford services.

Families do not need to go through Erie County for referrals to our Clinic. Please contact us at 716.783.3221 or fill out the contact form below to get in touch with a counselor. 

Hope in knowing that you and your child are not alone.

Behavioral Health Clinic Offerings

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  • Access to psychiatric, individual, and family therapy

  • Intensive therapy for youth with serious emotional disturbances

  • Licensed professionals and 2 child psychiatrists

  • Licensed clinicians experienced in serving youth within the
    juvenile justice and child welfare systems

  • Clinical services including individual, group, and family counseling

  • Psychiatric services including assessment, medication evaluation, & management

  •  24/7 crisis support and intervention

  • Flexible appointments including evenings and Saturdays

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy to clinic offerings

Clinic Locations & School Sites

Downtown Clinic

Address: 10 Symphony Circle, Buffalo, NY 14201

Intake: 716-783-3221

Fax: 716-633-7922

Services: Individual group and family counseling and psychiatry services.

Northtowns Clinic

Address: 6350 Main Street, Williamsville, NY 14221

Intake: 716-783-3221

Fax: 716-633-7922

Services: Individual group and family counseling and psychiatry services.

Phone: 716.783.3221

As of the 2021 - 2022 School Year, Gateway Longview's Behavioral Health Clinic’s satellite locations includes:

After Hours: For all locations, if you are in crisis and need support from the clinic, please call 716-783-3221 and follow the phone prompts for crisis.


Satellite Locations: To receive services at one of the Satellite locations your child has to be an enrolled student at the stated school. All psychiatry services are available to the clients of the satellite locations and are performed at the main location.


Current Satellite Locations:

  • Abate Elementary

  • Colonial Village

  • Cataract Elementary

  • REACH Academy

  • Sweet Home Central School District

    • Glendale Elementary, Middle School, and High School

  • Amherst Central School District

    • Windermere Elementary, Middle School, High School, and the Family Support Center

  • Health Science Charter School

  • Henry J. Kalfas Magnet School

  • Cleveland Hill School

  • Highgate Heights Elementary

  • Akron Central School District

  • Huth Road Elementary

  • Kaegebein Elementary

  • Houghton Academy School #69

  • Charter School for Applied Technologies High School, Middle School and Elementary School

  • Hyde Park Elementary

  • Iroquois

  • Lake Shore Central School District, Middle School

  • City Honors #195

  • Clarence Family Support Center

  • Niagara Street Elementary School

  • Community School #53

  • #61 School of Distinction ECC

  • Drew Science Annex

  • Drew Science Museum

  • School #81

  • South Park High School

  • Early Childhood Center #17

  • East Aurora High School

  • Tapestry Charter School

  • Enterprise Charter School

  • Frederick Law Olmstead

  • Buffalo Collegiate

  • Genesee Transit Pediatrics

If you are interested in opening a Behavioral Health Satellite Clinic in your school or primary care physician office,

please contact 716.783.3221.

When To Seek Help

From childhood through adolescence, there are times when youth and/or their support systems need guidance in addressing problems that cause emotional distress or make them feel overwhelmed. Counseling and therapy can be very beneficial for youth, adults, and families.

Clinicians at Gateway Longview's Behavioral Health Clinic can help address:
• Anxiety and depression
• Oppositional defiant disorder
• Conduct disorder
• Mood disorder
• Behavioral challenges
• Addiction
• School avoidance
• Traumatic experience, PTSD
• Sexual abuse and domestic violence
• Suicidal ideations
• Aggression or acting out
• Grief and loss
• Reactive attachment disorder
• Psychiatric care

• Parenting resources

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Lynde School

Gateway Longview’s Lynde School offers specialized educational services for youth residing on our campus and for up to 105 students ages 5 to 21 who come to us for school during the day. Students enrolled thrive best within a high degree of structure, with individualized attention, and with supportive services. 


Approach To Care

At Gateway Longview, we believe that a solution-focused, trauma-informed care approach has the ability to strengthen the knowledge, competencies, skill sets, and engagement as we work with individuals impacted by trauma. We ensure that all services are client driven with access to early screening and comprehensive assessments.

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