Strengthening Alaska communities and improving the lives of our clients through exceptional behavioral healthcare.

Staff Spotlight

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Meet Dr. Nataliya Polito


Meet Dr. Polito Dr. Nataliya Polito is our Director and Physician at the AKBH Primary Care Center at the  Folker Street location.  She is thrilled to come on board with this amazing and growing organization focused on providing the best collaborative health care to those who need it most.  She works directly with the behavioral […]

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Program Spotlight

Child Parent Psychotherapy


Our three early childhood clinicians in Anchorage recently completed a two year learning collaborative to increase their skills in Child Parent Psychotherapy. Congratulations to Geri Hernandez, Mara Hill and Patty Quinn! (pictured with Early Childhood Mental Health trainer and consultant Deb Harris on the left and AKBH manager Kristin Mortenson on the right.) What is […]

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Client Spotlight

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Spotlight on Residential Clients

On January 4, we began to transition the way we support adult clients needing significant support to live in community (vs hospital) settings. Our

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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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