Parent Warmline, NAMI Minnesota
Feeling isolated and overwhelmed by your child’s behavior or mental illness? Not sure where to start or whom to talk to? Contact NAMI’s Parent Warmline and connect with a parent peer specialist. Each parent peer specialist is a parent of a child or young adult with a mental illness or challenging behavior; they can help you find resources, answers to your questions, and a support network. Messages will receive a response within 24 hours. (Note: This is not a crisis service; for a mental health crisis contact 911).
Pilot Parents of Northeast Minnesota (Aspergers Support Groups Minnesota)
201 Ordean Building, Duluth
Accend Services is a group of mental health, health care, and disabilities service professionals. Our mission is to partner with individuals with disability, illness, and injury to improve physical and mental health, maintain independence and maximize quality of life. Accend Services provides Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) to residents of St Louis and Lake counties.
Access North Center for Independent Living of Northeastern Minnesota
Duluth: 218-625-1400, 888-625-1401 (toll free).
Services also available in Hibbing, Walker, Brainerd, and Grand Rapids.
Assisting individuals with disabilities to live independently, pursue meaningful goals, and have equal opportunities and choices.
Residential Services of Northeastern Minnesota (RSI)
RSI is a private, nonprofit organization supporting people with physical and cognitive disabilities and mental illness in reaching their fullest potential in whatever residential setting they choose to live. RSI serves the Duluth, North Branch, and Iron Range areas with supports including adult foster care homes, nursing, family and children’s in-home and respite services, ARMHS, and outpatient psychotherapy.
Tradewinds Residence Superior, WI
Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) licensed by Wisconsin to provide residential services to adults who are experiencing symptoms or issues that affect their ability to live and work independently. Provides a therapeutic environment for individuals who are coping with mental illness, chemical dependency, mild dementia, and other conditions. Provides opportunities to utilize community resources and can be an excellent step between an institutional setting and independent living.