The Augusta Mental Health Institute power house, Cross State Office Building, Riverview Psychiatric Center and the Department of Health & Human Services main office.
What does AMHI stand for?
AMHI stands for Augusta Mental Health Institute (Maine)
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We have 2 other meanings of AMHI in our Acronym Attic
- American Mental Health Foundation
- American Mental Health Fund (est. 1983)
- American Military Heritage Foundation (Indianapolis, IN)
- American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation
- Automated Material Handling Facility
- Alderson-McGall Hand Function Questionnaire
- Adjusted Median Household Income (Department of Housing & Urban Development)
- Adolescent Mental Health Initiative (University of Pennsylvania Annenberg Public Policy Center)
- Alabama Manufactured Housing Institute
- American Morgan Horse Institute
- Average Monthly Household Income (poverty assessment)
- Association Mutual Health Insurance Company (McLean, VA)
- Automatic Merchandising Health-Industry Council (Chicago, IL)
- Ask Me How I Know
- Additional Municipal Hail Limited (Saskatchewan Municipal Hail Insurance Association; Canada)
- Alaskan Malamute HELP (Housing, Evaluation, Love, Placement) League (Canada)
- Alberta Men's Hockey League (Canada)
- Alberta Midget Hockey League (Alberta, Canada)
- Asian Micro Holdings Ltd. (Singapore)
- Association of Mental Health Librarians (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Department of Corrections (DOC) officials have not had the option of hospitalizing juveniles at either the Augusta Mental Health Institute (AMHI) or Bangor Mental Health Institute (BMHI) after AMHI's adolescent unit closed about 10 years ago.
Bechard, a Waterville native, had been diagnosed in the late 1970s with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, a potent combination, and had been admitted to the Augusta Mental Health Institute for sustained treatment on 10 occasions in the intervening years.