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Adult Mental Health

Many adults find they need help dealing with stress, depression, anxiety, anger, relationships, self-esteem, grief and other issues.

Fraser Adult Mental Health services can help.

Our staff is uniquely qualified to serve adults with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities and other co-occurring mental health needs. But we also help adults manage emotions and relationship issues that arise from a family member’s diagnosis.

Our individualized treatment plans focus on your strengths and help develop coping skills. Whatever your goal, Fraser can help you achieve it.

Goals may include:
  • Coping with stress
  • Enhancing relationships and social connections
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Conflict management skills

Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)

Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services are for adults, over 18, who have mental health issues and developmental disabilities. ARMHS focuses on managing mental health symptoms, so individuals can continue to be successful in their homes and communities. The program can help people build or practice skills that have been lost or diminished due to mental illness. Fraser Adult Mental Health is also available to parents and caregivers.

Call today to make an appointment: 612-767-7222

For more information, contact adultmentalhealth@fraser.org