We know that mental health challenges like depression and anxiety are incredibly common, impacting nearly 1 in 5 individuals. We also know that reaching out and finding the right care can be difficult. Fraser is here to help.
Fraser Mental Health is designed to improve the social, emotional and behavioral functioning of children and their families. We offer strengths-based family-centered services that focus on improving a child's functioning at home, school and in the community. We serve children with a variety of mental health diagnoses including, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, conduct disorders, ADHD and Reactive Attachment Disorders. We also provide services to help parents and caregivers evaluate and build upon their skills.
With early detection and appropriate treatment, children with mental health needs can gain skills to lead healthy lives. Fraser is one of a few agencies in the Twin Cities to provide day treatment services to preschoolers with severe social, emotional and behavioral disorders. We also offer specialty services focused on adoptive family support and trauma informed care.
Fraser Mental Health serves children, teens and adults, and their parents and caregivers.
Locations: Fraser Anoka, Fraser Bloomington, Fraser Eagan, Fraser Eden Prairie, Fraser Minneapolis and Fraser School locations (for Preschool Mental Health Day Treatment locations, click that option below).
Payment/Funding: All major commercial health insurance plans, Medical Assistance and private pay are accepted. We are also able to provide limited services for uninsured Hennepin County residents. Clients may have financial responsibility for co-pays or deductibles. We encourage you to call your insurance company to find out what your benefits are for the services Fraser has recommended.
For more information or to register for any of the following services, call 612-767-7222.
Diagnostic Evaluations and Assessments
Fraser Mental Health diagnostic evaluations and assessments are tailored to meet the individual needs of the child and family. They may consist of interviews, standardized testing, and/or observations, as well as review of any previous assessments. Clinicians will determine the diagnosis that best defines the child’s concerns, identify treatment or service needs, and make recommendations to the family and other service providers as needed.
Assessment staff include licensed psychologists, social workers, professional counselors and marriage and family therapists. Consultation is available from experts in a wide range of children’s mental health issues.
For more information on scheduling an evaluation for a child or an adult, go to Scheduling an Evaluation.
Preschool Mental Health Day Treatment
Preschool Mental Health Day Treatment — This program serves children three hours per day, five days per week, who have severe emotional and behavioral disturbances. The program focuses on helping children to form trusting secure attachments to their parents or primary caregivers.
Individual and Family Therapy
Individual, family and group therapy sessions are provided to promote developmentally appropriate functions and reduce symptoms. Parents and caregivers are supported in meeting the unique needs of their children within their culture and community.
Permanency & Adoptive Family Support
Permanency & Adoptive Family Support — We bring an adoption-centered therapeutic perspective to our work with children, adolescents and their caregivers as they navigate a variety of challenges. The families we work with are concerned with the impact of trauma, attachment development, open adoption relationships, grief and loss, transracial family identity, or managing challenging behaviors. Because we believe in strengthening connections with key figures in a child’s life, we support foster parents, birth/first parents, adoptive parents, kinship caregivers, siblings or other key family members to support the child.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy
Parent Child Interaction Therapy — This program is available for those with autism and emotional/behavioral issues, and is designed to improve relationships and teach parents skills to manage behavior issues.
Autism/Mental Health Case Management — These services help families to obtain and coordinate educational, health, mental-health, recreational, social, vocational, and related services. Case Managers help eligible individuals gain access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services to address their mental health needs.
Adult Mental Health
Adult Mental Health — Fraser Adult Mental Health is designed to promote coping skills and improve overall functioning in daily life. An individualized treatment plan identifies goals which may include: self-regulation, emotional control, increased self-esteem and conflict management skills.
Services offered include:
Individual and Family Therapy: Helps individuals cope with feelings and symptoms and change behavior patterns.
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS): Developed to bring recovery-oriented interventions directly to adults with mental health issues and developmental disabilities in their home or community.