Who We Are
Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health & Well-Being is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit and the primary provider of outpatient mental health services in Anoka County and surrounding areas. Each year we offer hope and healing to 4,000+ individuals and families struggling with a variety of emotional health issues. Services include clinic, home and school-based counseling and individual, family and group therapy as well as psychological testing, assessment and psychiatry.
A beacon of hope and healing for 39 years, our mission is to provide exceptional and affordable mental health services to families, children, youth, and adults.
Fully Licensed Mental Health Professionals
Masters Level Pursuing Clinical License as a Mental Health Professional
If you are looking for a Masters Level field placement for Mental Health, Lee Carlson Center's internships provide multi-disciplinary clinical practice experiences that will develop your skills to become a well-rounded and innovative therapist.
We have multiple field placement opportunities available in our School-based program, Domestic Violence program, our Drop-in Center for SPMI adults, CTSS/In Home program, and in our ITFC program for kids in foster care.
Reach Kari Griffin by email at email@example.com to learn more.
Medical insurance and dental insurance
Life and AD&D insurance along with voluntary life and AD&D insurance
Short-term and long-term disability insurance
401(k) retirement plan with an employer match
Generous vacation, sick, and holiday time off
Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health & Well-Being is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. If you have a disability or impairment and as a result you not able to complete an online application, please contact the Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health & Well-Being Human Resource Department at 763.780.3036 ext 544.
Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health & Well-Being does not discriminate against any qualified applicant or employee because of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, familial status, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, or status with regard to public assistance in implementing the policy concerning non-discrimination based on national origin or religion.