ARMHS is a rehabilitative service that enables the recipient to develop and enhance psychiatric stability, social competencies, coping skills, independent living, parenting skills and community skills when these abilities are impaired by their symptoms of mental illness.

An eligible recipient is an individual who:

  1. is age 18 or older;
  2. is diagnosed with a medical condition, such as mental illness or traumatic brain injury, for which adult rehabilitative mental health services are needed;
  3. has substantial disability and functional impairment in three or more of the areas listed in section 245I.10, subdivision 9, clause (4), so that self-sufficiency is markedly reduced; and
  4. has had a recent standard diagnostic assessment by a qualified professional that documents adult rehabilitative mental health services are medically necessary to address identified disability and functional impairments and individual recipient goals.


Contact/Referral Information

Grand Rapids area (218) 999-9908

Bemidji area (218) 751-0282

Duluth area (218) 733-3000