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Children, Adolescent and Young Adult Services

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Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Youth
People Incorporated
726 2nd Street Northeast
Minneapolis, MN 55413

Phone: 612-230-0737
Fax: 651-229-5399

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Children's Targeted Case Management, K-12 Day Treatment, School-Linked Mental Health Services
People Incorporated
5555 Boone Avenue North
New Hope, MN 55428

Phone: 763-331-3033 (general) or 763-515-2441 (case management)
Fax: 763-331-3039 (general) or 763-515-2442 (case management)

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Kindred Adolescent Recovery Services
People Incorporated
1930 Coon Rapids Blvd NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55433

Phone: 763-427-7964

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Our children, adolescent and young adult programs:

  • Assertive Community Act Treatment (ACT) – youth ages 16-20 and their families
  • Children’s Targeted Case Management
  • K-12 Day Treatment – youth ages 5-18
  • School-Linked Mental Health Services – serving students and families in Robbinsdale School District 281, Osseo Area School District 279, Intermediate School District 287, Anoka Hennepin District 11
  • Kindred Adolescent Recovery Services – youth ages 13-17 with a diagnosed substance use and mental health disorder

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Our children and family services care continuum includes:

  • Mental health screenings and assessments
  • Targeted case management
  • Care coordination and referrals
  • Crisis intervention
  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Medication management
  • Peer support
  • Psychiatry
  • Vocational support
  • Licensed alcohol and drug counseling

Need help determining which program can help you?

With 65 programs that cover a broad base of inpatient and outpatient mental health services, it’s difficult to know where to begin. Our Central Access team can help. Central Access is available at 651-774-0011, Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Fridays from 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. See our Contact Us page for holiday hours.

An integrated approach to care for children, adolescents, & young adults

 According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, mental health conditions are common among teens and young adults. 50 percent of all lifetime mental illnesses develop by age 14 and 75 percent develop by age 24. Mental Health America’s 2018 report also concludes that 63 percent of youth with major depression do not receive any mental health treatment.

We recognize that treating children’s mental health needs can be a complex system and we embrace the opportunity to collaborate with students, parents, and teachers to provide a variety of services to best support children. We believe that children living with mental illness need an individualized and integrated approach to care, whether that care is in school or at one of People Incorporated’s locations. 

We provide a variety of community-based services that promote a coordinated approach to improving mental health to help restore functioning, develop age-appropriate coping skills, decrease aggression and/or self-defeating behaviors, improve family support systems, develop positive relationships with peers, and improve functioning in the home, school, and community.