ARMHS (Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services)

Client centered, skills-based and goal-oriented.

What is ARMHS

Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services, or ARMHS, is a program to help individuals, who have a mental illness, function independently in their homes or places of residence.

At its core, ARMHS is person-centered, skills-based and goal-oriented. This all means that ARMHS can help a client work towards and achieve their goals, while focusing on a mental health perspective.


  • Basic Living and Social Skills
  • Community Intervention
  • Medication Education
  • Transitioning to Community Living
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services

What can I expect

Our ARMHS Team consists of highly trained and educated mental health practitioners and rehabilitation workers. ARMHS workers assist their clients in moving towards and achieving their goals, while focusing on a mental health perspective.

  • ARMHS is in-home and community-based. Our Practitioners will come to you!
  • In-Office visits are also available
  • Our Team of providers will work with your family and/or care team
  • Practitioners can meet their clients multiple times a week, or for longer sessions
  • Individuals can continue to work with their ARMHS Practitioners until their goals are met

Skills ARMHS can help teach

  • Anger management
  • Anxiety and stress reduction
  • Budgeting and financial management
  • Conflict resolution
  • Decision making
  • Developing a healthy lifestyle, including nutrition and exercise
  • Distress tolerance and emotional regulation
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Interpersonal and social skills, including health communication, assertiveness and boundary skills
  • Learning to use transportation
  • Managing a household, including organization, prioritization, planning, scheduling, follow-through and leisure time skills
  • Medication compliance
  • Memory skills
  • Mental health coping skills, including self-care and symptom management
  • Mindfulness and self-awareness
  • Motivational skills
  • Parenting skills
  • Planning for employment, including interviewing skills and maintaining employment
  • Psychoeducation
  • Pursuing education, including study skills
  • Re-entering community living after treatment
  • Relapse prevention, harm reduction and sobriety, including smoking cessation
  • Self-advocacy and self-empowerment
  • Self-esteem and self-improvement
  • Utilizing community resources

Telehealth Options Available


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ARMHS Practitioners

Download ARMHS Intake Form

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Megan Avakian
ARMHS Field Supervisor

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Joe Aufenthie
ARMHS Administrative Assistant

Desiree Phillips Natalis Psychology

Desiree Phillips
ARMHS Practitioner

Logan Caola

Logan Caola
ARMHS Practitioner

Abby Munsterteiger

Abby Munsterteiger
ARMHS Practitioner

Sam Beach
Zane Rosen
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Kaley Oschmann
ARMHS Practitioner

Contact Us

Do you want to increase your independency, work on various goals that you create? If so, ARMHS might be a good fit for you.