Flood Recovery

    Flood Recovery

    AAMH celebrates one year of flood recovery!

    February 2, 2013 marks 12 months in the building since the Hurricane Irene devestation. After spending 5 months working in community locations, AAMH was able to resume 100% of services on opening day.

    The agency is thankful for everyone and every agency that helped in the months after Hurricane Irene. We invite you to come take a tour of our newly renovated facility at 819 Alexander Road.

    For the second year in a row, AAMH would like to thank Mercer County for their awared of the Adolescent Trauma Consultant RFP. We are proud to work with 2 trained responders and the Trauma Response Network.Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. continues to offer their support to the AAMH and the clients we serve, providing the agency with a $10,000 award in June 2012. This donation will help to support Open Access to Care; a system that allows individuals to obtain same-day access to mental health treatment.AAMH would like to offer our sincerest thanks to the Rite Aid Foundation. Their award of $10,000 will help the agency to continue to provide Outpatient services to children, adults and families utilizing the Open Access to Care system.AAMH would like to recognize Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. for their on-going support and generous financial contributions in 2011. By providing a grant of $15,000 to support outpatient and psychiatric services for residents of Mercer County, the agency is able to operate without waiting lists, so that individuals can access the care they need when they need it. Additionally, an award of $30,000 has helped the agency in their efforts to recover from the devastating impact of Hurricane Irene. All Access Mental Health would like to thank Bristol Myers Squibb for their award of $2,500 to support outpatient counseling and psychiatric care. This support will help to provide valuable mental health services to members of the Mercer County community. This funding also helps to maintain our Open Access system; eliminating waiting lists for care and providing access to same-day counseling services.