Adult Rehabilitation Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
The BeechWood Adult Rehabilitation Mental Health Services program (ARMHS) serves adults living in Hennepin County who are experiencing serious mental illness that affects their daily functioning. Basic living skills, medication education, and crisis intervention are just a few of the needs that our ARMHS program is equipped to support and capable of making a difference.
BeechWood ARMHS practitioners have the privileged experience of working with, encouraging, and supporting individuals who struggle with tough problems, such as: hoarding, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety, and depression.
Below are the three easy steps we take with each individual client to ensure we make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
Step 1 - Diagnostic Assessment
An initial diagnostic assessment is made to determine eligibility, client interest, and goal planning. Substantial effort is taken to assign the Mental Health Practitioner’s strengths to the client need by taking into account the consumer’s personality, learning style, processing, communication strengths, etc.
Step 2 - Service Coordination
Within 30 days, the Mental Health Practitioner and client work together to:
Complete the Functional Assessment
Complete any Required Authorizations
Establish and develop a collaborative professional relationship so as to maximize consumer participation and growth
Develop and complete an Individual Treatment Plan
Step 3 - Ongoing Services
The primary goal of skill development is to maximize one’s abilities and independence. Our services include, but are not limited to:
Community resource utilization and integration
Budgeting, shopping and healthy lifestyle skills and practices
Cooking, nutrition, exercise, and concentrated fitness training
"My worker has been extremely helpful in assisting me to use the skills I have and to build new ones. She has been very respectful, supportive and fun. Without the services of BeechWood, Inc., I would not be able to live independently to pursue my dreams."
Have an emergency? Contact Hennepin County Mobile Crisis Team at 612-596-1223 (COPE)