School-based mental health services strengthen students and their families through prevention and intervention within a school setting. For eligible students, youth complete a diagnostic assessment with a mental health professional. A mental health professional and/or practitioner then meet with the students and family to formulate goals in conjunction with feedback from school professionals. Students may receive individual, family, and group skills training and/or psychotherapy directed towards changing and reducing symptoms of a mental health condition aimed at improving functioning at home, school, and in the community.

Contact Information:

Deer River, Northland-Remer, Nashwauk-Keewatin, Floodwood, Hibbing, Chisholm. . . (844) 466-3720 Toll Free

Bemidji, Walker . . . (218) 751-0282

Bigfork, Grand Rapids, Hill City. . . (218) 999-9908

Cloquet and Carlton County Schools. . . (218) 733-3000

Mahtomedi and White Bear Lake… (218) 244-7241