NEW!Mental Health Counseling and Therapy Program: Our therapists provide one-on-one counseling to assist clients in understanding the behaviors, emotions, and ideas that contribute to their present stress, problems, or mental illness. Its goal is to provide coping techniques and problem solving skills to regain a sense of control and enjoyment in life. Most insurances accepted. Please call (612) 296-7101 for further information.
Client Assistance Fund: This fund was created to provide emergency financial assistance to clients on a case-by-case basis in the form of no-interest loans. Clients determine pay-off schedules based on their financial status.
BeechWood Food Shelf: A small off-site food shelf is available by appointment only and restocked monthly. Clients should contact their ILS/ARMHS workers to schedule visits. Others, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Client Employee Program: This program was established to provide an opportunity for clients to work for BeechWood on a limited part-time basis to expandcompetencies and socialization. There are no open shifts available at this time.
Hennepin County offers a variety of services for residents, including: medical, behavioral and chemical health; libraries, and recreation spaces.
MetroMobility is a public transportation service for certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition. Learn more about the program, including eligibility and the application process on their website.
"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)