School-Based Programs

School based mental health services strengthen students and their families through prevention and intervention within a school setting. In order to determine eligibility for the program, students need to complete a Diagnostic Assessment conducted by a mental health professional. If determined eligible, a mental health professional or practitioner will meet with the student and family to formulate goals and objectives identified by the family and student in conjunction with feedback from school professionals.

School-Based Programs Services:

  • Individual and Group Skills
  • Individual and Group Psychotherapy
  • Diagnostic Assessments

Payment Options:

  • Medical Assistance
  • 3rd party insurance
  • School linked mental health grant

Questions and Referrals:

Deer River and Northland-Remer Schools (218) 208-2233
Bemidji and Northome Schools (218) 751-0282
Grand Rapids Schools (218) 327-3000 & Carlton Schools (218) 733-3000

King Learning Center (KLC)

The King Learning Center offers an alternative and therapeutic school environment to children in grades K-5 whose previous school performance has been limited by significant emotional, behavior or learning difficulties. KLC is a cooperative program between North Homes Children and Family Services and School District #317.

Contact Information: Deer River Office (844) 466-3720 (Toll Free)

Our mission is to provide a Community-Based Continuum of Quality Care to Children and Families.

Toll Free (888) 430-3055, Grand Rapids (218) 327-3000, Bemidji (218) 751-0282, Duluth (218) 733-3000, Grand Rapids Outpatient Building (218) 999-9908

Our offices are located in: Grand Rapids, Bemidji, Duluth and Deer River