Menu
Mental Health is Community Health

Give to People Incorporated!

There’s simply no better way to promote hope and independence for people with mental illnesses.

Give Today

People Incorporated News

Overcoming Barriers to Mental Health Access: Transportation

April 12th, 2022

One of the over-arching goals of People Incorporated’s programming is to “improve the quality of life for individuals and families experiencing barriers to mental health and wellness.” One common barrier to providing mental health care for many individuals is transportation.

Continue Reading

The Antidote to Burnout is Not “Self-Care”

April 12th, 2022

Russ Turner, Director of the People Incorporated Training Institute, discusses how to manage burnout and compassion fatigue. He says that the real antidote to burnout is a feeling of competency and confidence in what you’re doing. Once you’ve removed what you don’t need, you can add things back in where you feel competent, in control, and content. This is the pathway out of burnout.

Continue Reading

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. Terwey proactively responds to crisis calls with police officers and gets people the support they need when they need it – helping close gaps in care.

Continue Reading

Social Media and Mental Health: Not a Match

March 9th, 2022

Russ Turner, the Director of the People Incorporated Training Institute, discusses how social media affects our mental health and strategies to support better well-being. Learn ways to improve your relationship with screen time and your mental health.

Continue Reading

Building Back Better – Northside Community Support Program

March 9th, 2022

Northside Community Support Program (NCSP) provides a safe space for community members living with mental illness to connect, build community, and get mental health support. When the pandemic first struck our community, Northside staff suspended services. When the program re-opened, it was important to the team to quickly bring back old favorite activities while also listening to the community about what they really needed.

Continue Reading

Black History Month: Celebrating Black Women in Leadership

February 7th, 2022

During Black History Month, People Incorporated’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee (EDI) invites you to learn more about Black women leaders across our organization. Veronika Mix writes about her road to success as a Black LGBTQ+ executive. She is excited to continue this work in the mental health care space, supporting families and communities throughout Minnesota.

Continue Reading

How To Help Someone In A Mental Health Crisis

December 31st, 2021

Whether it’s a loved one, a neighbor, or a person on the bus, it can be difficult to know how to help someone who is struggling with a mental health crisis. So, what can you do? We asked Russ Turner, Director of People Incorporated’s Training Institute, for advice on how to help someone during a mental health crisis.

Continue Reading

We’re Hiring Mental Health Professionals And Therapists

December 30th, 2021

We are actively looking to hire talented Mental Health Professionals and Therapists for our School-Linked Programs, Children’s Day Treatment Program, and Adult Residential Treatment Programs in the Twin Cities Metro area.

Continue Reading

Spotlight Video: Helping People Through Our Continuum Of Care

December 30th, 2021

Our partners at SUCCESS Computer Consulting created a spotlight video that highlights our continuum of behavioral health services from homeless outreach, housing solutions, therapy, treatment, case management, and everything in between.

Continue Reading

Spotlight On Mental Health Support Professional Float Staff

December 23rd, 2021

As 2021 comes to a close, we’re recognizing and giving thanks to several of our Mental Health Professional float staff members – Christy Harper, Ann Niebuhr, and Colleen Schmidt – for their hard work and dedication. Christy, Ann and Colleen play a vital role across our integrated treatment teams, supporting a variety of our 24/7 crisis and residential mental health programs and services at People Incorporated.

Continue Reading