If you are in crisis, call 911. Our Behavioral Emergency Center is open 11 a.m.-1 a.m. seven days a week for crisis assessment, evaluation and care: 612-273-5640.
Whatever the troubling issue that’s gotten you or a family member off track, we’re here to help make life better. We offer a wide range of mental health and substance use services. Convenient treatment options span all types: emergency, inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization, residential, day treatment, therapy and community-based support and advocacy groups. And, we offer mental health services in many of our primary care clinics for easier access and coordinated care. All services include our commitment to provide culturally appropriate care. Your treatment will depend on your specific needs. We will help you get the type of treatment that works best for you.
Providers have the credentials, certifications and licenses to treat a full range of mental health and substance use issues. We provide a large choice of psychologists, therapists, counselors and psychiatrists. Our support staff includes nurses, clinical supervisors, substance use counselors, recreational therapists, chaplains, family therapists and cultural liaisons.Family involvement is a central component of all our services. Family members are expected to participate in the assessment process and attend regular family therapy sessions. It is helpful to the patient and also helps family members better understand and cope with the effect of emotional and behavioral disturbance.