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People Incorporated really is focused on People – clients as well as staff!

— Robert, Mental Health Professional

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.

We will continue to do what we can amidst this crisis to partner with others in mental health, health care, social services and at the community level to serve our clients and face this unprecedented challenge together. 

Our coordinated COVID-19 response efforts include the implementation of social distancing and heightened infection control protocols at all locations.

We ask that individuals stay home when sick and/or presenting early signs of fever and respiratory issues.

We have implemented the following changes to these programs to keep our clients, community, and staff safe. We will continue to monitor and re-evaluate this situation in real-time, providing updates to our plan when we have more information.

Mental Health Clinics:
Our Family Life Mental Health Center, Stark Mental Health Clinic, and York Mental Health Clinic 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 our clients. All of our clinics are closed on Fridays until further notice. Call 651-774-0011 to schedule an appointment or request an appointment online.
 
Our infection control practices at our clinics include:
  • Staff must wear masks at all times
  • All surfaces are sanitized several times per day, including after every use
  • The lobby and the offices are arranged in a manner that makes social distancing possible
  • Clients are asked to wear masks while in the office and masks are provided if a client does not have a mask
  • Clients are offered telemedicine services if they prefer to stay at home
  • Clients are offered telephonic sessions or in-office telemedicine sessions if they don’t have the capacity for telemedicine in the home (i.e. no computer/internet)
Telemedicine:
We are offering telemedicine mental health services to ensure we can meet clients’ mental health needs during this difficult time; call Central Access at 651-774-0011 to get started. 
 
Training Institute:
Most scheduled trainings offered at the Training Institute are virtual, with some in-person offerings returning.
 
Artability Art Workshops:
In-person Artability Workshops are suspended until further notice. We’ve launched a virtual, Artability On-Demand video program in December 2020.
 
Artability Art Show:

The 2021 Artability Art Show will be virtual. Details will be announced in the summer of 2021.

Community Support Programs:
Our Community Support Programs are open for in-person and virtual appointments by calling 651-774-0011. This affects these programs: Northside CSP (1309 Girard Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55411), Homeless CSP at York (317 York Avenue St. Paul, MN 55130), and Deaf Mental Health Services CSP (726 2nd Street NE Minneapolis, MN 55413).
 
 
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) guidelines.