Behavioral Health Consultants
Amoskeag Health provides brief behavioral health intervention services for our patients during their scheduled appointments. These interventions are conducted by a Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) to target mental health, substance misuse, and crisis-related issues. BHCs are available during business hours for immediate brief 15-20 minute targeted interventions. Are you interested in seeing a BHC? Talk to your Amoskeag Health Primary Care Provider today.
Mental Health Therapy (Traditional)
Amoskeag Health provides 40-60 minute mental health therapy sessions, on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, for our patients who are struggling and want to make changes in their life. Please talk to your Primary Care Provider for more information on mental health therapy.
Pediatric Behavioral Health
Amoskeag Health’s Pediatric Behavioral Health team offers counseling care to children, adolescents, and young adult patients from birth to age 20. Behavioral Health Consultants (BHCs) provide a range of services including brief supportive check-ins during medical visits, short-term counseling, and referrals to mental health care providers in the community. Please talk to your Primary Care Provider at your child/teen’s next well-check visit if you feel they would benefit from Behavioral Health services.
Substance Use Counseling
Amoskeag Health provides assessment and counseling sessions, ongoing weekly or bi-weekly, for patients struggling with substance use. If you are in need of Substance Use Counseling, please talk to your Primary Care Provider about your options.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Amoskeag Health offers Medication Assisted Treatment for opiate use and alcohol misuse disorder. Amoskeag Health uses Suboxone and Vivitrol medications to support recovery. If you are interested in learning more about Amoskeag Health’s Medication Assisted Treatment program, please call 603-935-5263 or talk to your Primary Care Provider at your next visit.
Perinatal Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
Amoskeag Health provides care for patients who are pregnant or may become pregnant and are using substances. Pregnant patients receive free pregnancy testing, counseling, prenatal and primary care, medication assisted treatment, contraception options, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, Medicaid enrollment assistance, and case management. If you are pregnant and concerned about opioid or substance use, please call 603-391-5139 to speak with a Perinatal SUD Coordinator.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Amoskeag Health employs a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to provide psychiatric medication assistance to any patient deemed appropriate for this service. Common mental health issues treated at Amoskeag Health include anxiety, depression, and mood disorders. Once patients are stabilized on their medication regimen, they are transferred back to their Primary Care Providers.