The Acoma Behavioral Health Services Department (ABHS) is a Level I outpatient Tribal community-based wellness program designed to provide services to eligible individuals and their families. 

ABHS practices under the National Association of Social Work, New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board, and International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium of Substance Abuse professional's code of ethics. 




  • Mental Health Services (Youth, Adolescents & Adult)

    • Individual Therapy

  • Substance Use

    • Recovery Addictions Group​

    • Relapse Prevention Group

    • Substance Use Education

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Grief/Bereavement

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Men's Process Group

  • Peer Support Services

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

  • Narcotics Anonymous

  • Gamblers Anonymous

Seeking Services?

  • As of March 2020 all services are now provided via Telehealth services until further notice. 

  • ABHS is currently accepting new clients.

  • Individual referrals for service will be contacted by an Intake Coordinator for appointment and orientation. 

Hours of Operation

Regular business hours are still in effect - 8 AM to 4:30 PM , Monday through Friday. 

For more information, contact ABHS at: 


ABHS Crisis Line


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Group Schedule

Updated schedule of groups being offered by ABHS virtually. Should anyone have any questions they may contact ABHS at:

Meet The Team

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Clinical Director

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Dr. Meagan Parmley


Clinical Psychologist

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Stuart Jones


Adult Substance Abuse Counselor

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Brandon Pasquale


Peer Support Specialist


Shelby Bobelu


Intake Clinician

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Phillip Garcia


Peer Support Worker



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