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The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's addiction treatment center in Plymouth, Minnesota, located just west of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, specializes in addiction rehab for adolescents, teenagers and young adults. Our inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment programs are developmentally appropriate, personalized and evidence-based. Drug addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression are addressed at the same time, providing an integrated treatment approach that offers our patients the best opportunity for lasting recovery.
These services include:. Learn more about case management services. Project Assist provides screening, assessment, intervention and arrangement of ongoing services for youth who have been identified with a mental health concern.
Angela Kade Goepferd, medical director of the clinic, which started scheduling appointments Tuesday and will open to patients on April Goepferd said identity questions sometimes surface in preschool years, but often emerge in adolescence when children are nearing puberty. Delays in addressing these questions can be problematic, and some children will have better treatment options if care is initiated before puberty.
Improve your emotional, psychological, and social well-being by partnering with caring mental health care professionals at Essentia Health. Find help controlling symptoms with medications or other treatments as needed. We offer comprehensive mental health care for children and adults including:.
Call Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies COPE when a severe disturbance of mood or thinking threatens a person's safety or the safety of others. COPE professionals are available to manage the immediate crisis and provide a clinical assessment. Telephone consultations also are available.
Revised: Additional requirements may apply; refer to the specific clinic section in this chapter. For covered and noncovered services, refer to the individual services chapters, such as Physician and Professional Services section and Dental Services section.
Revised: Crisis response providers must be experienced in mental health assessment, crisis intervention techniques, have emergency clinical decision-making abilities and knowledge of local services and resources. The Crisis Response Services provider is responsible to provide and ensure that all of the Crisis Response Service components are available when the recipient needs them. If the provider cannot ensure that all of the service components would be available, the application will not be approved.
Revised: April 24, Counties act as the local mental health authority. The following diagram shows the mental health service-delivery process and the relationship between the components.