- About Us
- Mental Health
- Family Stability
- Senior Independence
- Community Building
We place the utmost importance on recruiting and retaining a highly skilled and motivated staff. We seek employees committed to working with families and challenging themselves to provide the best service possible.
There is a youth mental health crisis in America. We need to take action to address it. We must recognize how the risk factors and higher risk populations are evident and present throughout our communities.
Feeling overwhelmed? Take a look at this useful fact sheet from the National Institute of Mental Health to learn whether it is stress or anxiety and how to manage and cope with both. "How do I know when might need some help?"
Our mental health professionals partner with individuals, couples, and families across the lifespan to provide counseling services through a strengths based and trauma-informed lens.
Our social workers engage families in partnership to enhance child and family safety, mental health, and well-being and collaborate with Olmsted County to offer families individualized support.
Of the 2020 Rochester Mayor's Medal of Honor for Human Services and Community-Wide Services.
Of mental health services provided in-person and online in 2020.
Delivered in 2020 to older adults, persons with diabilities, and as part of COVID-19 food support.