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Adult Mental Health

Mental illness occurs when a person has a biochemical brain disorder that affects thinking, emotions, and possibly their ability to manage their daily living.  Depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders are common mental health diagnosis.  Mental illness can affect people of all ages, races, and genders.  Visit the links provided on this page to gather more information on mental illness.
 
Eligibility is determined by a three-part process: 
  • Complete application for social services
  • Provide a current diagnostic assessment from a licensed clinician
  • Meet with a social worker to complete a functional assessment
 
Adult Mental Health:
 
List of Services Available Based on Eligibility and Need: 
  • Information and Referral
  • Functional Assessment
  • Planned Coordination of Services
    • Outpatient Services
      • Diagnostic Assessment
      • Individual/Group Therapy
      • Medication Management
      • Partial Hospitalization
      • Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services
      • Consultation/Evaluation for Court System
    • Crisis Services
    • Pre-petition Screening
    • Case Management
    • Community Support Services - outreach workers
    • Waiver Services
      • Traumatic Brain Injury
      • Community Alternative Care
      • Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals
  • Monitoring of Delivery of Services
  • Crisis Services 

  

Individual Placement and Support (IPS)

  • An employment service that helps people with mental illness obtain employment.
  • Further online information can be found at: www.ipsworks.org
  • Please contact Productive Alternatives (320) 632-9291 or your county Adult Mental Health Case Manager if you are interested in IPS employment services or more information on how work could benefit you.

 

 

 

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