Fraser Case Management helps individuals with disabilities and their families find and access mental health, educational, recreational, social, and vocational services. Fraser is contracted to provide the following waiver services to people of all ages in Dakota, Hennepin, and Ramsey Counties:
Case Management helps individuals with intellectual and development disabilities and those with mental health conditions gain access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, financial, and other resources that support their mental health.Available to people of all ages in Dakota, Hennepin, and Ramsey Counties with the following waivers.
In a Fraser Family Consult, your family meets with a therapist to discuss concerns, needs, and primary challenges involving your child. A Fraser Family Consult may also include a review of your child’s medical records and consultations from specialty staff for speech, occupational and feeding therapy, and crisis supports.
Following your consultation, your child may receive a recommendation for treatment, which may begin immediately. You will also receive a support plan individualized to your family’s needs and recommendations for community supports and contacts.
Fraser Family Therapy addresses a range of mental and emotional disorders and health problems, such as depression, anxiety marital distress, and conflict. When a child is identified with autism, mental health issues, or a disability, Family Therapy can help each member of the family cope and find solutions, together.
Parent Guidance allows a parent/guardian to participate in therapy while their child is at school or in other activities.
Learn Talk Play is a service exclusive to Fraser, developed by our therapists to serve children who have difficulty in a typical classroom setting, but don’t need intensive therapy.
Learn Talk Play teaches children to interpret social cues and interact with their peers. Children learn how to play with other children, follow and participate in a group plan, think about others, cope with the unexpected and express emotions.
For children, ages 4-6 and 7-12, who need occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, or both.
Fraser therapists can help families dealing with issues of trauma, attachment development, grief and loss, and separation. Your child may also be struggling with his or her identity, race, ethnicity or open adoption relationships.Foster Care and Adoption Support includes the following:
Fraser therapists use a variety of specialized therapies and techniques to improve each child’s results. We also coordinate care with parents, caregivers, teachers, other mental health professionals and primary care providers.
Fidgeting. Isolation. Fights. Falling behind. Excessive absences. Drug or alcohol abuse. This is what mental health issues look like in students, but the causes behind the behavior may include anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, adjustment disorders, autism, trauma or stressor disorders, depression, and other mental illnesses.
Fraser partners with Head Start programs in Ramsey, Anoka, and Washington Counties and the School Districts of Edina, Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Bloomington to provide onsite mental health care to students and families. We also offer consultations and training for school staff on managing mental health issues and behavior in the classroom.