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Mental Health Resources Inc - Burnsville, MN    Phone: 651-681-9366

Mental Health Resources Inc

501 Highway 13 East
Burnsville, MN. 55337

Mental Health Resources (MHR) was incorporated in 1976 as a pilot project to holistically serve people with serious and persistent mental illness in the community. Throughout the past 40 years, MHR and many other agencies have provided these services, acting as first line contact for adults who need ongoing support. Mental Health Resources (MHR) is a progressive, nonprofit organization that offers community-based mental health services to adults recovering from serious mental illness. MHR believes that persons with mental illness can lead full lives in the community. We challenge ourselves and the larger community to address barriers that inhibit their independence, growth, and recovery. MHR offers over 20 programs providing case management, assertive community treatment, in-home therapy, psychosocial rehabilitation, peer support groups, independent living skills training, supportive housing services and special needs basic care services. We will continue to grow and expand our programming to meet the growing and changing needs of our clients.

Type of Care offered at Mental Health Resources Inc in Burnsville, Minnesota:

Mental Health Care

Service Settings offered by Mental Health Resources Inc in Burnsville:

Outpatient Programs Outpatient Mental Health Facility

Types of Treatment Approaches provided by Mental Health Resources Inc in Burnsville, MN.:

Individual Psychotherapy Cognitive/behavior Therapy Behavior Modification Dual Diagnosis Drug Rehab Telemedicine Therapy Smoking/tobacco cessation counselling Vocational rehabilitation services

Payment Types accepted by Mental Health Resources Inc in Burnsville, Minnesota:

Cash or Self-Payment Medicaid Medicare

Special Programs Offered:

Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders Adolescents Children With Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) Persons With Serious Mental Illness (SMI) Transitional Age Young Adults Assertive community treatment Case management Court-ordered outpatient treatment Diet and exercise counseling Education services Family psychoeducation Housing services Illness management and recovery Nicotine replacement therapy Psychosocial rehabilitation services Supported employment Suicide prevention services Screening for tobacco use

Age Groups Accepted:

Children/Adolescents Young Adults Adults Seniors (65 Or Older)

Smoking Policy:

Smoking Not Allowed

Facility Operation:

Private non-profit organization

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