Behavioral Health

Living Life to the Fullest

At Mountain Community Health, we believe that behavioral health plays an important part in how we feel, think and act. While the stresses of life are unavoidable, excessive stress and crisis can manifest in physical symptoms and lead to unintended consequences of diminished mental health, addiction, self-injury and extreme negative thoughts.

Mental health problems can happen to anyone and may require help from an expert. Left alone, problems can get worse – MCH is here to help.

Our expert providers spend time to know you and what problems and issues are occurring in your daily life. We may want to learn more about your family history and help in finding your strengths and skills.

Our expert providers are bound by strict rules to keep your information private and any conversations discussed with your provider will help them create the right treatment plan for you.


Amy Kittredge, LADC/LCMHC

Amy Kittredge, LADC, LCMHC

Amy is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. Amy graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2012 and has been a therapist in the field of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders since 2010. Amy was born and raised in Addison County and is excited about the opportunity to work at Mountain Health Center to give back to a community that has given her so much. Currently, she lives in Addison with her husband Nate and their 3 children. She enjoys hiking, swimming, camping, and spending time with her family and friends.

Charlie Bliss, LCSW

Charlie Bliss, LCSW

Charlie grew up in New York and received his MSW at The State University at Albany. He worked as a clinician and program developer with children, adults, and families at various community agencies in New York and Vermont. For thirty years, Charlie was the Director of Children Mental health Services for the Vermont Department of Mental Health. Charlie has enjoyed working as a Mental Health Clinician at Mountain Health Center since his retirement from the state. Outside of work, Charlie and his wife Lynn enjoy their 4 adult children, travel, and most outdoor activities.