As a new year emerges, we’ve already experienced events that are shaping our mental health. We’re sharing tips on how to remain resilient as uncertainty continues.
January 15th, 2021
January 11th, 2021
David Katzenmeyer, Program Supervisor of our Street Outreach and our Project Recovery programs, discusses with the Pioneer Press the complications of closing homeless camps in St. Paul.
30 Successful Business Leaders Share How We Can Leverage the Power Of Gratitude To Improve Our Mental Wellness This Year
January 5th, 2021
COVID-19 caused not only an acute medical crisis but what some are calling a “mental health pandemic.”
Our CEO, Jill Wiedemann-West shares how the simple power of daily gratitude can help improve our mental wellness in 2021.
December 7th, 2020
If you want to know how compassionate, innovative mental health services can make a difference in an individual or family’s life – just ask Nancy. For Nancy and her son, Dan, People Incorporated was life-changing.
November 24th, 2020
The year 2020 brought significant challenges but it was also a time for growth and learning. Our executive leadership reflected on the positive impact and change that has come from a year filled with adversity.
October 29th, 2020
Lorenzo “Rock ” Rangel, shares his story of recovery from mental illness and substance use. “I had to get tired of it, accept it, and want to change,” he explains.
October 6th, 2020
Meet People Incorporated case manager, Aleshia Collins. She works 1:1 with clients living in the community to maintain stability and connect them to resources. She collaborates with them to set goals for living the life they want.
October 6th, 2020
We recently refreshed our practicum-like work experience to aid new graduates in gaining the necessary experience to meet the requirements for a Mental Health Practitioner title, which is used throughout the field. This program removes barriers to employment to those entering the mental health field by offering exceptional, on-the-job learning experiences.
October 5th, 2020
Our CEO, Jill Wiedemann-West, discusses with Sue Hawkes of the Intentional Greatness podcast, the difficulties marginalized people face in accessing basic healthcare services, and the new integrated model her team is rolling out to mitigate that.
September 28th, 2020
There’s a second pandemic on the horizon: one that doesn’t involve PPE, ventilators or ICU beds, but requires society to take a hard look at mental illness and suicide rates. Our call to action is simple: to ensure we all do what we can to guarantee that no one is without hope.