Providers across New York State can make referrals to local OnTrackNY teams. OnTrackNY is dedicated to rapid access to care and will partner with you to assess eligibility and determine next steps for care. 

OnTrack Central provides fee-based training and technical assistance for providers nationwide who are interested in implementing Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) services.

For community members interested in learning more about early psychosis or accessing support for a young person, contact your local team for more information.

Why OnTrackNY?

OnTrackNY offers the gold standard model of care for early psychosis, offering evidence-based, comprehensive, and personalized support, all in one place. We strive to empower young people to make meaning of their experiences and to pursue their goals for school, work, and relationships.

Reducing hospitalizations

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Decreased from 74% to 10% within the first year after OnTrackNY enrollment

Increasing employment or school enrollment

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Increased from 43% to 70% within the first year after OnTrackNY enrollment

Improving symptoms

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MIRECC GAF symptoms score improved by 84% within the first year after OnTrackNY enrollment

Career opportunities

OnTrackNY is hiring. View career opportunities or check out our mission to learn more about OnTrackNY. 

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This website is not monitored 24/7 and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you or someone you know needs immediate support, please call or text 988.

Or, view free resources for immediate support.

OnTrackNY would not be possible without the support of our partners:

New York State Psychiatric Institute
New York State Office of Mental Health
Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.
Center for Practice Innovations
Columbia University Department of Psychiatry