A Guiding Star to Navigate Autism, Mental Health and Special Needs at Every Stage of Life

How we Partner with Primary Care Providers

Every day in Minnesota, families struggle with a variety of issues. The CDC states 1 in 59 children is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder yearly. We also know 1 in 5 people faces a mental health challenge.

As a healthcare provider, you treat children, teens, adults and families who are dealing with these serious issues. Research shows people with mental illness experience some of the highest costs, worst health outcomes and most disjointed care. We know mental health and physical health are tightly linked.

Fraser is Minnesota’s largest and most experienced provider of autism and early childhood mental health services. Though we’re known for our autism services, we provide a range of services to children, adults and families dealing with developmental disabilities, mental health concerns and behavioral issues.

Caring for the Whole Person

Fraser partners with medical professionals like you to improve individuals’ overall health and wellness. We use a whole-body approach that integrates mental health and other healthcare services. We want to prevent chronic conditions that threaten wellbeing and multiply costs for healthcare systems.

Saves You Time

Working with Fraser can save you time. Our clinicians help healthcare providers triage mental health cases to find the most appropriate team for care. We also work with you to assess each patient’s coordination needs, including mental health and medical needs. Fraser uses your input to improve a patient’s treatment plan. We also communicate updates and changes in the patient’s condition, so you have the information you need.

More Access to More Services

Fraser is reducing the wait for our services. We now have more than 700 clinicians on staff. We have refined our referral process to help more families access services quicker. Fraser has also added more first appointments, so more people can find answers.

We have substantially expanded services to support the increased prevalence of mental health and autism spectrum disorders. Fraser offers over 30 unique autism services and serves individuals with more than 100 types of mental and physical disabilities. Fraser offers specialized services your healthcare organization may not provide:
  • Neuropsychological Evaluation
  • Behavioral and Mental Health Evaluation
  • Speech-Language Therapy
  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Attachment and Bio-behavioral Catch Up
  • Autism Social Skills
  • Case Management
  • Autism and Mental Health Day Treatment
  • Family and Individual Therapy
Contact Us to Learn More

If you would like to discuss a partnership opportunity, please call Pat Pulice at 612-728-5343 or pat.pulice@fraser.org.