Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-being is Operating our Critical and Essential Mental Heath Programs and Services During the Ongoing Community Health Crisis.
Partners, Clients and Community Members,
WE ARE OPEN! Daily we continue to provide in person support and two-way video support to individuals of any age. Depending on your needs we are available for immediate scheduling with low to no wait times.
In the midst of the current community health crisis there is so much happening at Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health Well-being. We have been energized and inspired by the opportunity we have already had to bring hope, healing and health to our community. This momentum is the driving force behind our mission to support the mental health and wellness of anyone we encounter.
Right now we have the staff talent and capacity to help address mental health concerns that arise. If you or someone you know needs someone to talk to or someone to provide compassionate support during a stressful time we can help right away. You don’t need to wait for the mental health services you need today. Contact us and share our contact info with those you care about. Our central intake line is 763-780-3036.
Currently, we are providing this important support to our clients via 2-way video as well as in person, in clinic, in school, in home and by telephone.
As the community health crisis continues to proceed toward a future when we will return to a degree of normalcy we will continue to be your advocate, your supporter and a guide while you navigate the journey to mental wellness. Undertaking the challenges brought on by the current community health crisis is not something you need to do alone. We can help individuals of any age, families, and couples along that path now and during the days ahead.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Regardless of the season we offer support across the greater metro area for individuals of all ages.
“We are energized and inspired to bring hope, healing and health to all we encounter.”
Rob Edwards, CEO
Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-being