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New Hope Mental Health Clinic

Integrated Therapy Services

Bridging Communities for Comprehensive Mental Wellness

The New Hope Mental Health Clinic provides therapy services for children, adults, and families. People Incorporated is an integrated resource for children and families coping with mental illness, addiction, and co-occurring disorders and works in partnership with educators, schools, and districts to ensure quality mental health care is accessible to all students. Mental health is community health.

We offer Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS) — programming that provides mental health skills training to students in schools and at this clinic. Currently, mental health skills training is only offered in select schools within the Robbinsdale School District.

For additional assistance and resources for your child or youth, please call Central Access Contact Center at: 651.774.0011, Monday – Friday, 7:00 am – 5:00 pm.

  • Clients are offered virtual telemedicine sessions if they prefer to stay at home.

 

Behavioral Home Health (BHH)

  • Utilize a person-centered team approach to help clients meet goals and better manage health conditions, including Certified Peer Support Specialists
  • Offer services to navigate the healthcare system, secure transportation to appointments, maintain housing and employment, get referrals to community supports, and more

Appointments

Outpatient Clinics

Located in Coon Rapids, New Hope, Minneapolis, and St. Paul all offer in-person and virtual therapy appointments.

Appointment Cancellation Policy

We have a strict cancellation/no-show policy. Clinic staff will review this policy with you at your next visit.

Tobacco-Free Environments

In 2018, People Incorporated became tobacco-free. We are focused on the health and wellness of our clients, employees, and community and believe tobacco-free environments align with the values of our mission.

Same-Day Care Option

Please call the Central Access Contact Center at 651-774-0011, M-F, from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.

New Hope Mental Health Clinic

5555 Boone Avenue North
New Hope, MN 55428

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What It Is

Critical Core is a modified version of a popular roleplaying dice game designed by mental health professionals. Each session will invoke creativity to help practice social skills by moving through the world as a character the group member created. The game will enhance in-the-moment learning through provided feedback, guidance, and practicing of skills. To end each sessions, there is time to reflect on skills learned and practiced through debriefing discussions with staff.

Skills Covered

  • Teamwork & Cooperation
  • Coping Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Accepting Feedback
  • Staying on Task
  • Taking Accountability
  • Flexible Thinking
  • Conflict Resolution & Compromising

Who

Teens ages 14-18

When

Starting Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023. The groups will run for 12 weeks on Tuesdays, from 4-5:30pm.

Where

New Hope Mental Health Clinic
5555 Boone Ave N.
New Hope, MN 55428

What It Is

This group is for those who have difficulty in stopping themselves from engaging in certain verbal or non-verbal behaviors. In this group, we will learn and practice different skills to improve impulse control. As a group, learning and practicing will be through discussions, worksheets, games, art and other activities provided by staff.

Skills Covered

  • Coping Skills
  • Stop and Think
  • Big Deal – Little Deal
  • Interrupting Appropriately
  • Having a Calm Body

Who

Kids ages 7-11

When

Starting Monday, May 1st, 2023. The groups will run for 12 weeks on Mondays, from 3-4pm or 4:15-5:15pm

Where

New Hope Mental Health Clinic
5555 Boone Ave N.
New Hope, MN 55428

What It Is

Together, we will explore self- esteem and identity to increase your sense of purpose and belonging in your world. All while building skills through the creative process of art therapy and verbal processing. We will focus on skills related to self- advocacy, emotional regulation, and problem solving.

Art therapy, with a trained art therapist, engages the mind and body to build connection through the process of using a variety of art media. This is a non judgmental space for exploration of self, feelings, thoughts, and beliefs.

Who

Teens aged 15-18 years in the LGBTQIA+ community with a presentation of anxiety or depression related diagnosis.

When

Starting Monday, May 1st, 2023. The group will run on Mondays from 3:45- 5:15pm.

Where

New Hope Mental Health Clinic
5555 Boone Ave N.
New Hope, MN 55428

What It Is

This group if for those who have difficulties communicating effectively with others, whether that is with a parent, guardian, sibling, teachers, friends, etc. They may have difficulties with shutting down, isolating, yelling, and/or acting impulsively whether physically or verbally. There will be hands-on teaching and practicing both individually and as a group. In this group, we will learn and practice different skills to improve our communication to get our needs met. As a group, learning and practicing will be through discussions, worksheets, games, art, and other activities provided by staff.

Skills Covered

  • Assertive Communication
  • Coping Skills
  • “I” Statements
  • Disagreeing Approprately
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Interrupting Appropriately

Who

Ages 12-18

When

8 Week Program Starting July 6th, 2023
Thursdays @ 10:00AM

Where

New Hope Mental Health Clinic
5555 Boone Ave N.
New Hope, MN 55428

Scheduling Appointments

New and existing clients can call Central Access at 651-774-0011, Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.