In order to highlight pockets of excellence across the country, the NNED selects an organization to highlight once a month. White Mountain Apache Behavioral Health Services has been selected as the Partner of the Month for November in celebration of Native American Heritage Month.
The mission of White Mountain Apache Behavioral Health Services (ABHS) is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families who are residing on the Fort Apache Reservation and enrolled members of the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Services are available to Tribal members regardless of their state or federally funded status.
ABHS offers a wide range of services for all age groups, including:
- THRIVE: Birth to Five (0-5 years)
- Child, Adolescent & Family Services (6-18)
- STARRS: Successful Traditional Adventurous Respectful Resilient Students (13+)
- Adult Services (18+)
- Parent Empowerment (All ages)
- “Life is Precious”
Nowhi’ Ida’ Bagoye’ – Suicide Prevention Services
- Emotional, Social & Spiritual Support Services
ABHS services are provided in a timely, respectful, compassionate manner. They seek community input to ensure services are geared toward addressing problems specific to the White Mountain Apache Tribe. They are committed to the development of staff and the development of programs that are innovative, and fiscally responsible to serve the White Mountain Apache Tribe both now and in the future.
Learn more about ABHS’s responsive behavioral health services for the White Mountain Apache Tribe.
View a list of previous NNED Partners of the Month here.