Resources for: Individuals Served

You’re Not Alone.  We Can Help. 

Meet Shirley: “There is help. If you’re willing, you can get help for your mental illness.” Click the photo and see how Shirley got help from us. Photo: Peter Koeleman
Meet Shirley: “There is help. If you’re willing, you can get help for your mental illness.” Click the photo and see how Shirley got help from us.
Photo: Peter Koeleman

 

You have strengths, interests, talents, and dreams.   You are someone’s child, friend, parent, co-worker, neighbor, sibling, and roommate.  You also have mental illness.  And, it might feel pretty lonely and overwhelming sometimes.  But, you’re not alone.

We’re here.   We help people with mental illness get better every day by partnering with them to meet needs, make connections, develop strengths, reach goals, and improve health.

 

  

If You Need Help Now:  Crisis Resources

If you are looking for mental health services, but aren’t sure what kind:

  •  Call 651.291.0067 and ask to speak with our Community Access Resource Navigator.

 

Other Helpful Links and Information:

Our Services and Programs

Getting and Coping with a Diagnosis:  Finding a Therapist or Psychiatrist, Medications, Service/Treatment Types, Support

Day-to Day-Living Housing, Working, Financial Assistance, Parenting, Connecting with Others

Definitions of Terms with links to Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

You Can Help: