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Client Referrals and Connecting to our Services

Whether you are an individual seeking help or a mental health practitioner who wants to refer a client, our Central Access team of navigators can connect you to the appropriate service in our mental health care continuum. 

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Mental Health Clinics Are Open

Our four mental health clinics are currently scheduling in-person therapy appointments. We are following Minnesota Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control guidelines and protocols to ensure the health and safety of our staff and clients during COVID-19.

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Telemedicine is Available for Your Mental Health Care

Smartphones | Laptops | Tablets | Desktop Computers

If you have access to any of these devices and have an Internet
connection – we can make this work for you.

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COVID-19 Updates

People Incorporated is committed to protecting the health and safety of its clients, community, and staff. We have taken the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the flu, and many other illnesses.
 
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More Than 50 Years of Opening Doors To Help People

Watch our video to learn about our humble beginnings more than 50 years ago and how our services fill the gaps to help individuals in varying stages of mental health crises. Raising awareness of the mental health services and resources available in our community can save lives. Call us at 651-774-0011 if you or someone you know needs mental health help and support.

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People Incorporated News

COVID Changes Homeless Outreach

August 21st, 2020

In a normal week prior to COVID, you would typically find People Incorporated’s Homeless Outreach team in libraries, working with individuals who are homeless and hidden, and collaborating with many area nonprofit agencies to help them find food, […]

Mental Health and the Return to School

August 20th, 2020

As children return to school, no matter how they return, their growing minds will have an immense amount of feelings to process:

The losses of a school year that ended abruptly;
Anxieties, fears, and losses from COVID-19 and the unrest our […]

Grocery Store Workers as Mental Health Workers

August 10th, 2020

“When a person screams about not wanting to wear a mask, one de-escalation strategy is to treat the person as an ally, not an enemy; and that’s why we teach empathic responses that build a connection.”

Russ Turner, our Training Institute […]

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In a crisis situation? We’ve gathered useful crisis hotline numbers and other resources that may help.

 

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