AMHC News

AMHC Response to COVID-19

Pandemic fatigue is affecting each one of us. During this time it is normal to experience anxiety, frustration, and grief. While we wait for life to have a sense of normalcy again, caring for our physical and mental health is critically important. AMHC is here for you. If you are in need of professional mental health assistance please reach out for a confidential telephone, tele-video (Zoom), or in-person appointment by calling our Access Center at 1-800-244-6431.

AMHC services remain open.

  • AMHC is following the Maine CDC and Governor Mills’ guidelines regarding face masks, physical distancing, hand washing, and facility cleaning.
  • We are asking all clients to please wear a face mask when visiting our outpatient offices.
  • If you have never had a video appointment with your provider, the first time may be a bit scary. Here is a great tool from SMI Advisor to help you prepare for your visit! https://smiadviser.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/How-to-Prepare-for-a-Video-Appointment.pdf

AMHC Sexual Assault Services to Host Virtual Book Club for Survivors and Learners

AMHC Sexual Assault Services is pleased to host a virtual book club for individuals to learn, heal and grow whether they …

AMHC Expands Adult Crisis Stabilization Services into Washington County

Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. (AMHC) is pleased to announce that it has opened an adult crisis stabilization unit …

Harvest Inn Peer Center Hosts Open House/Free Lunch

Harvest Inn Peer Center (HIPC), a program of Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. (AMHC), is hosting an open house on Friday, …