1100 Hancock Street
St. Paul, MN 55106
Maghakian Place offers Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS) in a 16-bed facility for individuals across the gender spectrum. We create a community of individuals who support each other in learning how to better manage their mental illness and reduce the harmful effects of any substance use. 24/7 service is provided.
Who we serve
We serve individuals across the gender spectrum age 18 and older with a mental illness and dual diagnoses for a maximum of 90 days. Extensions of treatment for additional days are possible with a prior authorization based on medical necessity. An eligible recipient is age 18 or older, is eligible for Medical Assistance or contracted health insurance plan, and meets the Admission Criteria.
Services we provide
Services include supportive counseling, group, wellness and recovery for dual diagnoses, crisis assistance, nursing services, transition and discharge planning, living skills development including medication self-administration, healthy living, household management, and other supportive counseling. We work as partners with people and provide treatment that is individualized and person-centered.
Illness Management and Recovery is a program that helps people who experience psychiatric symptoms to develop personalized strategies for managing their mental illness and moving forward in their lives. The program is offered in both individual and group format. In the program, practitioners work collaboratively with people, offering a variety of information, strategies, and skills that people can use to further their own recovery. There is a strong emphasis on helping people set and pursue personal goals, empowering people to make choices, and instilling hope that change is possible.
Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment is mental health and substance abuse treatment integrated into a single treatment setting in which we adhere to an interdisciplinary approach. The team works collaboratively and assesses treatment readiness, uses motivational interviewing, employs harm reduction strategies with a non-confrontational approach, as well as stage-wise treatment interventions.
Family Education is treatment services for family members and recipients in need of information, assistance and support; including an educational curriculum addressing basic facts about the causes of mental illness and its treatment, including information about medication; practical advice or teaching how to manage and cope with difficult situations involving family members with a mental illness; family support groups and counseling; and community resources, including seeking crisis assistance and advocacy services. Family education can be provided on an individual or group basis.
About our location
Maghakian Place is a renovated apartment building on the east side of downtown St. Paul, close to bus lines and within an ethnically and economically diverse neighborhood. We provide an attractive, well-cared-for, home-like environment. We work to make sure the individuals we serve feel supported and valued.
About the process
Maghakian Place accepts referrals at IRTS@PeopleIncorporated.org or call 612-230-6969. For more information on admission criteria please click here.
About our fees
Treatment costs are billed to medical assistance or to a Managed Care Organization if the Health Plan covers IRTS services. Room and Board is paid for by resident income (including but not limited to Supplementary Security Income, Social Security Disability Income and private pay), and is supplemented by Group Residential Housing (GRH) funds.
About our staff
Our staff possess diverse skills, with education and experience in a variety of fields, including social work, psychology, chemical health, therapeutic recreation, peer specialists and nursing. They meet licensing requirements for IRTS staff and receive individual on-going training.
Hours of operation
Maghakian Place is a 24/7 program.
We maintain a Rule 36 license from the Minnesota Department of Human Services and are licensed as a board and lodge through the City of St. Paul.
Member of the Minnesota Association of Mental Health Residential Facilities (MAMHRF) and the US Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA).