Healthy Mind

A healthy mind allows individuals to realize their full potential, cope with stress, work productively, and contribute to their communities. Maintaining a healthy mind isn’t always easy, but many resources exist to help through connections to others, promoting resiliency, encouraging self-care, developing coping skills, and more.

We recognize that social connectedness, healthy relationships, and mental fitness collectively play an important role in overall health.

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Research suggests using simple tools to help us retrain our mind to focus on the positive can increase feelings of well-being and decrease feelings of depression by using tools to open us to the possibility of greater social connections, improved sleep, enhanced memory, and stronger immune system function. It’s simple and life changing.

Evidence Based Health Programs

Looking for a class or event to meet your needs? We’ve got a variety of programs listed on our calendar; ranging from Falls Prevention, Diabetes Prevention Program, Living Well with Diabetes, Pathways to Wellness, and Caregiver Support Groups. Find the one the best suits you! Go to our calendar to find a class near you!

Four County Crisis Response Team

The Crisis Response Team (CRT) is a group of counselors who provide support and assistance to children and adults experiencing a mental health crisis. Call-in services include a crisis hotline, information and referrals, and a link to resources and support. If needed the CRT will travel to your home or a community location to de-escalate the situation and help the individual in crisis cope with immediate stressors.

1-800-635-8008

Central Minnesota Mental Health

A non-profit organization dedicated to providing a wide array of mental health services to meet diverse community needs.  Central Minnesota Mental Health Center does not discriminate in access to services due to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, handicap or public assistance status. All residents of Benton, Sherburne, Stearns and Wright counties are eligible for services.

(320) 253 – 5555

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