Our Services and Programs

Our Services and Programs

Mental illness impacts all areas of life, so we provide services and expertise to treat the whole person.   We integrate community mental health treatment and supportive services to help individuals we serve reach the highest quality of life and we create community alternatives to hospitalization whenever possible.

Community Access Services

Providing easy access to services can prevent a mental health problem from escalating and spiraling into a crisis that can lead to homelessness or hospitalization.  Through our Community Access service we help people navigate through the system to understand what resources are available.

It begins with an initial phone screening to identify the individual’s needs. Then, we’ll help the person get connected to resources for immediate needs and make appropriate referrals to services and resources.

Community Access services also offers private pay options for those individuals who do not qualify for publicly funded programs.  These ongoing services are available to individuals with mental illnesses and other clinical disorders and provide the following:

  • Assessment and planning,
  • Therapeutic intervention,
  • Skill development,
  • Coordination of services.

To learn more, call 651-291-0067.  We will respond to the call within one business day and then help:

  • Address immediate needs,
  • Gather information to identify options and resources,
  • Navigate through eligibility and access issues,
  • Provide access to ongoing services(s) according to the individual’s preferences and resources.

Learn more about how we help –  follow the links to get more information on additional services and programs we provide.

CARF has accredited Guild Incorporated for the following services:  Assertive Community Treatment, Assessment and Referral, Case Management/Services Coordination, Crisis Stabilization, Integrated Behavioral Health/Primary Care , Residential Treatment,  and Community Employment Services including Job Development, Job-Site Training, and Job Supports.

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