Month: <span>October 2021</span>

AMHC Welcomes Daniel Clements to Senior Leadership

AMHC Welcomes Daniel Clements as Program Director of Residential/Crisis Units in Washington County.

Ellen Bemis, CEO, Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. (AMHC) has announced that Daniel Clements has joined the AMHC Senior Leadership Team. “We are very pleased to have Dan join us as the Program Director of Residential/Crisis Units in Washington County,” said Bemis. “The expansion of services throughout our region precipitated the need for an additional program director. Dan’s experience with crisis and residential services make him a great asset to our team.”

As program director, Dan oversees the residential programs in Calais including children’s residential, and both the children and adult crisis stabilization units.  Dan was most recently the program director for Gateway Mountain Center in Truckee, California, an outpatient and therapeutic rehabilitation center for youth and transitional age youth. Prior to this, Dan supported children’s behavioral health programs in Nevada and Alaska. He received his Bachelor of Science: Biology with Psychology and Chemistry Minor from Liberty University in 2010. Originally from New Brunswick, Canada, Dan is looking forward to being closer to his family.

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