Adult Mental Health

Chisago County Health and Human Services' Behavioral Health Unit is dedicated to improve the quality of life of those affected by mental illness. Whenever possible, we will work to keep individuals in their home and community. We strive to empower individuals and families to direct their care and delivery of services based on individual need.

Adult mental health case management services is a voluntary service provided by Chisago County to adults who have a serious, persistent, mental illness, and who meet certain qualifications for services.

Our Intake Department will help determine if you qualify for services by giving you resources to help you find a qualified mental health provider to complete a diagnostic assessment or by working with your current mental health provider to gather the necessary paperwork for qualification.

A case manager will meet with you at least monthly to advocate and assist you in gaining access to services depending on what you feel you need and want.

The case manager will coordinate and collaborate with all service providers to ensure your needs are met. Some of these services or resources may include:
  • Adult Mental Health Rehabilitation Services
  • Alcohol and Drug Treatment
  • Assistance with Applying for Government Benefits
  • Community Support Services
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Day Treatment
  • Eating Disorders
  • Educational
  • Inpatient and Partial Hospitalization
  • Medical and Dental Health
  • Obtaining and Maintaining Housing
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychological Services
  • Rep Payee Services
  • Residential Services
  • Self-Care and Independent Living Skills
  • Social Functioning
  • Supportive Employment or Vocational Services
  • Transportation