Behavioral Health Network, Inc. (BHN) is a private, not-for-profit community behavioral health organization in Western Massachusetts that has been providing services to children, adults and families in Western Massachusetts since 1938. BHN provides programming primarily to individuals and families in the areas of mental health, addiction and physical/intellectual disabilities.

Licenses, Accreditations and Insurance

All of our clinical programs are accredited by CARF and licensed by the Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, Department of Mental Health, Department of Developmental Services and Department of Early Education and Care. BHN has contractual relationships with Medicaid, Managed Care Organizations and most commercial insurers.

BHN’s MISSION is to help individuals, families and communities improve the quality of life for those with behavioral and developmental challenges.

Renewal-to restore, to make changes, to begin again

Resiliency-strength and ability to rebound from adversity

Recovery-to return to an original state

Rehabilitation-to restore to former capacity

Across all BHN programs, we offer support, guidance and tools that help individuals make positive, life-altering changes. Whether a person has intellectual or physical disabilities, struggles with drug or alcohol addiction, or is challenged by mental illness, BHN helps people develop more fulfilling lives as they build upon their strengths, regain what was lost along the way, and find a new direction in life.