About Us

Access is an outpatient behavioral health clinic. We serve people of all communities and currently offer two locations in Boise and in Nampa. Our desire is to help improve the quality of daily life for our clients.

Access Behavioral Health Services is a for profit agency that serves the public without regard to race, creed, age, national origin, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status or inability to pay. The owners have been in the field of human services for a combined 30+ years. At Access we pride ourselves on providing best-practice client-centered services.

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We value our employees as they are the most important resource. Our employees are highly trained, supervised, and receive ongoing levels of support during their employment. We hire people from a wide range of backgrounds to meet the individualized needs of our patients. We are always seeking out new dynamic individuals to add to our treatment team. We strive to make Access Behavioral Health Services a welcoming place to work and we believe that is reflected in our employees attitudes towards their work.

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Aaron Andreasen
Licensed Professional Counselor/LPC ABHSMental Health Clinic
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Pamela Archuleta
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner ABHS BoiseMental Health Clinic

Pamela went to Boise State University and earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 1988. She worked for St. Alphonsus for 20years and loved being a nurse. In 2002, she graduated from Idaho State University with a degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She started working right away in psych. Even though she continures to work at St. Al’s her heart is with her new chosen career.
She loves her job. She really enjoys working with families. Pamela treats complex clients and loves working with patients as whole people, addressing all aspects of their life with them. She gets excited when they improve.
Pamela started working at Access BHS in April 7, 2006. Her first office was literally the broom closet. She used to have to move the one and only chair clients could sit in so that she could open the door.
Pamela enjoys watching Access come from there to the thriving dynamic business it is today. The only thing that has not changed is the compassion and caring for the clients. What a journey this has been so far. She looks forward to many more years and successes.