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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.


Van Beechler

DDA Program Director ABHS BoiseDevelopmental Therapy Program
Home 1276 River Street Suite 100 Boise ID 83702 Work Phone: (208) 338-4699
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Biographical Info

Van received her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from Boise State University. In 2004, she began working for Access Behavioral Health Services as a developmental therapy technician, working at home and in the community with children and adults with developmental disabilities. In 2005, she became certified as a Developmental Specialist and took on a supervisory role. In 2007, she became certified as a Developmental Disabilities Agency Program Director for Access. As Program Director, she supervises the Developmental Specialists and all of the developmental therapy technicians. She works closely with teachers, parents, guardians, and other services providers to ensure that our participant’s needs are always being met. Her bachelor’s degree in Art has helped her to be a creative problem solver and she enjoys advocating for those with disabilities. She is also certified to teach MANDT and CPR/First Aid.

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