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Staff Spotlight

Meet Julie D, Intern


Julie is on her third or fourth career, depending on how you count – she worked as a hairdresser, at a bank, and in IT for 25 years before deciding to become a therapist. She says she realized over her time in IT that her favorite part of the job was working with people one on one, hearing their stories and getting to know them. Now she’s completing her internship requirements at ACMHS.

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Program Spotlight

New Telehealth Help for Families


Feeling overwhelmed?  Most everyone is.  We are here to help.  Our family therapy/parenting team is launching new telehealth services for parents who are stressed out and families who need support.  Available services include: Therapy for parents, children and adolescents A series of telehealth therapy groups dealing with: anxiety or depression building family routines in a […]

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Client Spotlight

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Medication, Therapy, Groups: One client’s path to wellness

I’d heard about Jierum Duarte long before I met him. For a while, he and former board member Stephanie Rhoades were volunteering to cut hair at

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Learn about our programs

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Child & Family Services

Child and Family Services Continuum provides a wide range of therapeutic services to children and adolescents with mild, moderate, and severe emotional disturbance, along with their families.

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Teen and Young Adult Services

ACMHS provides a wide range of services for young people ages 13-24 who are experiencing mental/behavioral health challenges.

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Adult Services

ACMHS and FCMHS provide comprehensive outpatient treatment services for adults experiencing mild, moderate and severe mental illness.  ACMHS/FCMHS assesses all clients through an intake process, based on their needs and functionality. 

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Vocational Services

Recovery from severe mental illness is not only possible, but it is the goal for all participants in our youth and adult programs. While recovery looks different for everyone, gainful employment is a component of living in recovery.

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This question came in through our website: Ive been experiencing a lot of anxiety. It feels like I have tremors and I cant calm down.  Sound familiar? 

Some things to try: Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate.  Get some exercise. Take a break from the news. Reach out to your support network. Our Chief Medical Officer also recommends the app Breathe2Relax.

If you need more support, call for help. Alaska Careline can be reached at 1-877-266-4357. Many mental health providers, including ACMHS, are providing services via telehealth.  

For adults, call 907-563-1000. For children/families, call 907-762-8667.
While many of our services are being provided by telehealth, not all of our clients have access to technology or needs that can be met remotely.  For those that need to be seen in person, we screen for symptoms and fever at the door.  Big thanks to Alaska Mask Makers for providing masks for our staff at our Ingra Building.

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So I can still come in for my appointments on the 13th. On Folker. St.

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