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Mental Health is Community Health

People Incorporated is the largest nonprofit mental health provider in Minnesota. For over 50 years, we have been a leading community partner, supporting mental health and wellness through collaboration and integration of care.  

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In the News

Embedded Mental Health Professional Joins Blaine Police

April 1st, 2022

Our social worker, Amanda Terwey, talks with North Metro TV about her role as an embedded mental health professional with the Coon Rapids Police Department and Blaine Police Department.

Police Dept. Adds Mental Health Professional

April 15th, 2022

She may not wear a badge or uniform, but Amanda Terwey starts her day alongside members of the Coon Rapids Police Department as an embedded mental health professional. (Via

Newsmakers: People Incorporated Sees Growing Demand for Mental Health Training

May 28th, 2022

The People Incorporated Training Institute routinely provides training to their staff, but they are seeing growing demand for their mental health training. (Via CCX Media)

People Incorporated Happenings

Bridging the Gap A Panel Discussion Between Mental Health & Law Enforcement

August 17th, 2022

People Incorporated, Blaine, Coon Rapids, and St. Paul Police Departments are uniting to share the impact of the partnership between mental health professionals and the police departments serving our Minnesota communities. Join us to hear about this unique collaboration and the way it’s creating healthier communities!

Program Spotlight: Training Institute

August 9th, 2022

People Incorporated’s Training Institute has responded to community educational needs since 2017. What first began as an internal People Incorporated program to train our own staff, the Institute has since expanded to offer its courses to community members needing mental health trainings – even for people outside the mental health field.

Program Spotlight: Case Management

July 15th, 2022

For some of our clients, case management is the difference between staying at home and returning to the hospital after a health crisis (it is also the difference between living in their own home versus a congregate living environment).

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