Children Youth and Family
Children Youth and Family Services are comprised of both residential care and community-based services with the goal of supporting mental health, interaction and communication in order that children, adolescents and their families can improve their quality of life and lead successful lives in their homes and community.
Avanti Center for Girls
Avanti Center for Girls offers a continuum of shelter, evaluation and residential treatment services. Avanti uses Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to treat adolescent girls, ages 13-18, experiencing mental health crisis. Diagnoses include depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress and emerging personality disorders which often present as self-injurious behavior and frequent hospitalizations for suicidal ideation and attempts.
Bar None Residential Treatment
Bar None Residential Treatment offers a variety of residential treatment and aftercare services, as well as evaluation and stabilization options, for at-risk youth who exhibit emotional and behavioral problems.
Mental Health Case Management for Children and Adults
Children's Mental Health Case Management offers coordination of services enabling children with severe emotional disturbances to remain at home. Services may include mental health, social, educational, health, vocational, recreational, volunteer, advocacy, transportation and legal services. Adult Mental Health Case Management offers coordination of services for adults with severe mental health issues to assist them in remaining in their community. Services include mental health, social, health, vocational, recreational, volunteer, advocacy, transportation and legal services.
Children's Residential Treatment Center (CRTC)
Children's Residential Treatment Center (CRTC) offers secure, intensive residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children and adolescents who suffer primary psychiatric challenges such as mood and anxiety disorders, personality disorders, self-destructive behaviors, eating disorders, and more.
DBT Services For Adolescents
DBT Services For Adolescents offers coordinated individual and multi-family group therapy services to youth age 15 to 18 who have severe emotional/behavioral problems, and/or emerging personality disorders and who engage in self-harming behaviors.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Family Focused Therapy
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Family Focused Therapy offers parent education, case management and support services to deaf and hard of hearing parents of pre-school age children who are considered at-risk for child abuse and neglect.
DHH IMPACT is a mental health program which serves children with behavioral, emotional and learning problems severe enough to interfere with daily functioning in their home, school, and community environments. This intensive day program specifically addresses the needs of deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind children in a culturally and linguistically accessible setting.
DHH Mental Health Services
DHH Mental Health Services offers culturally and language specific comprehensive mental health services to deaf, deaf/blind and hard of hearing (DHH) children, adolescents and their families.
Our Foster Care programs offer residential care for emotionally and/or behaviorally disturbed children who cannot live with their birth parents. The programs also monitor and support participating foster home families.
Home Based/CTSS Mental Health Program
Home Based Mental Health Services offers culturally competent, quality mental health services to children and their families who need frequent and intensive interventions. Services take place in a home or school setting.
Mental Health Clinics
Mental Health Clinics offer diverse, culturally competent, high-quality mental health services for children, adolescents, and their families.
Omegon Residential Treatment Center
Omegon Residential Treatment Center offers co-educational, dual-diagnosis specialized treatment services for male and female adolescents, ages 12 to 18, who are experiencing serious emotional, social and/or behavioral disorders, combined with the abuse/dependency on mood-altering chemicals.
Opportunity High School
Opportunity High School is a contracted specilty school with the Minneapolis Public School which is open to all students and specializes in meeting the needs of English Language Learners (ELL). Day and evening programs are available.
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Outpatient Mental Health Services offers diverse, culturally competent, quality mental health services to children, adolescents and their families. Services take place in the clinic office and are individualized to meet the unique needs of each child and their family.
Phoenix High School (SALT)
Phoenix High School is a State approved Alternative Program which serves English Language Learners as well as native English speakers who may need to recover credits. Phoenix High School allows for flexible scheduling and has small classroom sizes.
Amicus Radius works with girls ages 12-18 who have become involved in the juvenile justice system. Radius offers hope as we work to clear the path and help girls realize the infinite possibilities within themselves.
Somali and East African Behavioral Health Services Program
Somali and East African Behavioral Health Services Program offers culturally and language specific behavioral health services for Somali and East African youth, who experience significant difficulty due to emotional or behavioral problems, and their families.
Speranza Center for Women
Located in St. Paul, MN, Speranza Center for Women is a residential treatment center providing hope through chemical dependency and mental health treatment and recovery support services. We use evidence-based treatment models to care for women ages 18 and older, from a comprehensive and trauma-informed perspective, to meet multiple individual needs. Speranza means “hope.”