Description: AMHA offers a broad array of outpatient services provided by an experienced, dedicated professional staff of physicians, nurses, licensed therapists, certified addictive disease and behavioral health professionals, social workers, case managers, and mentors.
The AMHA team of physicians, nurses, licensed therapists, certified addictive disease and behavioral health professionals, social workers, and case managers provide a broad array of healthcare services designed to support your recovery and achievement of personal goals. Because life doesn’t happen in an office, we provide most of our services in the community where we all live, work, play, worship, and socialize. We feel this is the most effective way to support real positive change in the lives of the individuals we serve.
AMHA services include:
individual counseling for youths and adults
group counseling for youths and adults
family counseling for youths and adults
peer support services, both individual and group, for adults
group training for adults
psychiatric medicine for youths and adults
health assessments and medication education for youths and adults
crisis intervention services for youths and adults
addictive disease support services for adults
comprehensive support services for youths
rehabilitative services for adults
case management for adults
For all new intakes, Access Mental Health Agency requires a picture ID of youth (if applicable) and parent. Access Mental Health Agency is always taking new referrals. They will make sure all intakes are scheduled within a few days of the referral and will schedule same day if the client is in crisis. All clients who receive services at Access Mental Health Agency must participate in individual counseling.
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