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We operate more than 60 programs including crisis residences, outpatient clinics, outreach to the homeless, residential treatment locations, case management, and in-home health services for adults, children, and families.

We want to continue to provide access to vital mental health services amid COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. Therefore, many of our services are now offered through telemedicine. As always, we provide telephonic care navigation services to help guide you to the most appropriate care option. Learn more about telemedicine.

Helping people with mental illness requires great flexibility and creativity. That’s why we start with the person first—developing innovative, effective services that provide the care, resources, and connections that will help each person in the best way possible.

An important part of People Incorporated’s person-centered, holistic approach to treating mental illness and other challenges involves Foundational Health and Wellbeing services that are available to all clients. These services include meditation, mindfulness exercises, aromatherapy, body mapping, progressive relaxation, yoga, acupuncture, qi gong, physical training, and walking groups, plus art and music therapy. We also provide education for nutrition best practices and offer one-on-one or group sessions with a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist. 

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis and you need immediate help, we have two 24-hour residences for adults: Nancy Page and Diane Ahrens. 

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Our Day Treatment provides site-based mental health services for children and youth, grades K-12, who are struggling with functioning at home, in school or in the community due to a serious mental health diagnosis.

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We offer homeless outreach services that integrate mental health, medical, substance use and support services to meet the diverse needs of adults experiencing homelessness.

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We have four Intensive Residential Treatment Service (IRTS) facilities (soon to be five in November 2020) that provide a step below hospitalization in our community-based system of care. They help adults, 18 years of age or older, who need a high level of mental health care, substance use treatment and assistance for up to 90 days:

  • Anchor House – for individuals identifying as female – St. Paul
  • Eighth Street Residence – for individuals identifying as male – St. Paul – opening in December 2020
  • Maghakian Place – for individuals across the gender spectrum – St. Paul
  • Northside Residence – for individuals identifying as male; emphasizes treatment of opioid use disorder – Minneapolis
  • Riverwind Residence – for individuals across the gender spectrum –  Coon Rapids
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Our four outpatient mental health clinics located in Coon Rapids, St. Paul, and Minneapolis offer a wide range of behavioral health services that vary that include: Assessments, Anger Management, Psychiatric Medication Management and Psychotherapy.

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Our School-Linked Mental Health Services began in 1998 to bring community mental health directly to students and their families. The program is in 25 schools in four districts: Robbinsdale, Osseo, Anoka-Hennepin, and Intermediate District 287.

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Our person-centered mental illness and substance use treatment services provide an integrated, interdisciplinary approach that links psychological, biological, and social factors to assist people in the process of recovery.

To protect the health and safety of our clients and staff amid COVID-19, we have temporarily closed Huss St. Paul (1593 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN, 55104), and our adult intensive outpatient substance use disorder services until further notice.

The Restoring Place (700 8th Street East St. Paul, MN 55106) is temporarily closed. It will re-open as an Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS) facility called Eighth Street Residence in November 2020. 

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We provide supportive, coordinated services to adults living with a mental health diagnosis that help them work toward their goals for health and wellness. These services include medication assistance, education, independent living skills development, crisis assistance, resource development and coordination, housing support, case management, and medical and psychiatric coordination. Our services are person-centered, meaning we believe our clients are the experts on their experience, goals, and what wellness means to them.

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Children’s targeted case management helps individuals under 18 years of age gain access to medical, social, educational, vocational and other necessary services connected to the person’s mental health needs. Eligible children must have a mental health diagnosis.

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We want to continue to provide access to vital mental health services amid COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. We now offer mental health assessments, therapy, medication management, and independent living skill support through telemedicine. As always, we provide telephonic care navigation services to help guide you to the most appropriate care option. 

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Our TACT program provides community-based mental health services to adolescents and young adults (ages 15-23) who are struggling with functioning at home, in school, or in the
community due to a serious mental health diagnosis. This program was formally called Youth Assertive Community Treatment (Youth ACT). 

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Tobacco-Free Environments: In 2018, People Incorporated became tobacco-free. We are focused on the health and wellness of our clients, employees and community and believe tobacco-free environments align with the values of our mission.