General Outpatient Clinic
This program provides outpatient services to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. Services include:
A wide range of presenting problems are addressed including behavioral problems in children, family communication difficulties, depression, anxiety, serious and persistent mental illness, work related difficulties, and adjustment disorders.
School Based Services
The program is guided by the belief that early assessment and intervention can minimize or prevent the development of secondary emotional, social, and educational problems. The program utilized a multidisciplinary staff specialized in working with children. The school based services Program participates in over 30 mental health-education partnerships in schools in the Merrimack Valley. Together, mental health professionals and school personnel can provide more comprehensive services and accomplish more than either could accomplish on their own. The program is designed to maximize therapeutic effectiveness by providing services within the childs school; setting, working with the childs family and coordinating with the school staff.
This program provides diagnostic assessment, and individual, family and couples treatment to people in their home.
Substance Abuse Program
This program provides a variety of services to clients with addictive disorders, including group and individual treatment. The program has therapists with extensive experience and training in the treatment of families dealing with drug and alcohol abuse.
This program provides the full spectrum of mental health services to individuals with disabilities and special needs including organic syndromes, developmental disabilities, learning disorders and physical handicaps. Clinicians with special training in developmental processes provide counseling, relationship building, consultation and training to clients and families. Issues commonly addressed include loss, adjustment to and acceptance of, managing crisis and family change, behavior and anger management, aging and advocacy.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a powerful method of doing psychotherapy and a therapeutic tool used in conjunction with psychotherapy. To date, EMDR has helped an estimated half million people of all ages relieve many types of psychological distress.
Elder Psychiatric Program
This program provides consultation, assessment, medication management, and direct services to elders in long-term care facilities. This program also provides training to staff of those facilities.
Direct mental health services to individuals, families and children are usually covered by family or individual health plans. HES accepts most insurances as well as Medicare and Medicaid.
Referrals can be made by calling 978-373-1126, extension 2017.