AHM is dedicated to providing confidential services that are designed to support the social and emotional well being of young people.  Our clinical team is available four days a week providing treatments in a wide variety areas such as:  depression, anxiety, family transition, grief and loss, co-parenting, blended family issues, ADD/ADHD and school problems.  To learn more, please visit our page.

We are also proud to offer student based services in our community schools:  Andover Elementary, Elmer Thienes-Mary Hall Elementary, Gilead Hill Elementary, Hebron Elementary, Horace Porter School, RHAM Middle School and RHAM High School.  An AHM staff member can be found in each school and will assist any student and their family having difficulties during the school year.  For more information and to find staff information for your school, please visit our page.

Below, please take a look at our current support groups and activities happening within the schools and at the AHM building.

Smart Recovery Group

Do you have a loved one who has problems with alcohol, drugs or compulsive behavior?  Attend a Family & Friends Support Meeting to learn how you can develop skills to help you cope and help your loved one choose recovery.  Discover the power of choice.  Call our office at 860-228-9488 to register.  This is a free program with ongoing sessions with group facilitator, Shane Scott, LCSW.

Sessions will be held on Tuesdays starting on February 20, 2018, 6:30 – 8:00 PM at the AHM building, 25 Pendleton Drive, Hebron.  For more information, please take a look at our flyer.

Smart Recovery Group – Teens

Are you a teen in need of substance abuse recovery?  We can help.  This is a free program for teens ages 16 – 18 with group facilitator, Shane Scott, LCSW.  Groups meet weekly on Saturdays at 11:00 AM, starting on February 17, 2018.  Group includes monthly fun activities, field trips and more.  Sessions are held at the AHM building, 25 Pendleton Drive, Hebron.  Registration is required.  Please call our office at 860-228-9488.  For more information, please take a look at our flyer.

Substance Abuse Counseling

We are very excited to announce the addition of Laura Zeppieri, L.A.D.C. to the AHM family.  Laura is available for substance abuse counseling services at Regional School District 8 and the AHM building.  Please take a look at our press release for more information, or call our office at 860-228-9488 for appointment availability and insurance information.

Opioid Treatment and Services

The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services has launched a statewide 800 number for residents seeking opioid treatment and services.  Find more information here.

School Resources for Parents

Questions about drugs and alcohol will inevitably come up during the school year as your son or daughter meets different friends, encounters unfamiliar social situations and is exposed to pop culture and media.

To help parents, the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids has compiled a back to school survival guide to help equip children during this transition.  Please take a look at this important resource.

For resources to talk to your child about the dangers of underage drinking and substance abuse, click here.

“13 Reasons Why”

Please visit the Fox 61 website to read an important article on the new Netflix Series “13 Reasons Why” and how to talk to your teens about this show.

Back to School Tips

Please check out some interesting articles we have pulled together for back to school.