Amberwing Center for Youth & Family Well-Being
Amberwing is an outpatient center providing children, adolescents, and young adults with intensive, therapeutic mental health and chemical dependency care; and families with the education and support to help their children heal. Amberwing aims to break the paradigm of the traditional hospital, reduce stigma, and provide effective care that integrates innovative, family-focused services for young people from birth to age 25.
Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH)
MACMH’s mission is to promote positive mental health for all infants, children, adolescents, and their families.
MACMH provides parent education and training, Information & Referral and Parent Coaching services, and trains parents in advocacy and leadership skills. In addition, MACMH provides publications and classroom curricula, professional trainings, and an annual conference that provides parents and professionals the opportunity to share the latest research and practices in the field.
NAMI Mn Youth Web Site: You Are Not Alone
Designed by NAMI Minnesota for high school and college-age youth, this Web site includes information and support, advice for friends and family, information on getting a job, referral to other organizations, and more.
Northwood Children’s Services
Northwood Children’s Services is a private, not-for-profit, multi-service agency that provides professional care, education, and treatment for boys and girls with emotional, behavioral, and learning disabilities.
Northwest Journey Children’s Mental Health Day Treatment (Wisconsin)
Siren, WI: 715-349-2829, NWJSiren@nwcgc.com
Hayward, WI: 715-699-1241, NWJHayward@nwcgc.com
Provides a community-based treatment option by offering comprehensive intervention and services to prevent out-of-home placements and create family stability and individual success. Also provides therapeutic support services for children, adolescents, and families transitioning back to the community from out-of-home placements. Services include individual, family, and group counseling; family support and educational services; and coordination of care
Regional Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Directories (Northland Foundation)
Guidelines to local organizations providing services within the mental health continuum of care for young children and families in northeastern Minnesota communities (cities of Duluth, Proctor, and Hermantown; and counties of Aitkin, Carlton, Itasca, north St Louis, Lake, and Cook).
Together for Youth, an Inclusive, Supportive, and Welcoming Group for LGBTQ Youth
The purpose of Together for Youth is to affirm the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and allied youth. We assist them in navigating their way through a world in which their lives are often negated or denigrated. Support group meets Wednesdays, 4:00-6:00 pm, Ordean Building, 424 W Superior St, Duluth.
(Exception: the second Wednesday of each month we meet at Amazing Grace Bakery and Café at 394 South Lake Avenue.) For more information contact Kathy.Hermes@lssmn.orgor 218-529-2224.
218-728-7500 or 800-64-HILLS (toll free)
Woodland Hills specializes in community-based, mental health, and juvenile justice services for young people. Programs promote behavioral, mental and chemical health as well as physical well-being.