Behavioral Health Net Corporate Office

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Springfield, MA
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417 Liberty Street
Springfield, MA - 01104

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About Behavioral Health Net Corporate Office

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Behavioral health network, inc. is a growing non-profit community behavioral health agency that has been providing services to children and families in Western Mass since 1938. BHN's origin dates back to the establishment of DMH Partnership Clinics: in the 1930's and 1950's, two separate clinics were created to serve children and adults; the Child Guidance Clinic and Hampden District Mental Health Clinic. In later years, these clinics merged with others, into what is now known as Behavioral Health Network, Inc., a comprehensive, community-based behavioral health organization.

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