Individuals experiencing mental distress are more likely to be the victims of violence, rather than perpetrators. While people like Walter Wallace may appear dangerous, they are best served by professionals trained to diffuse mental health crises. Our center is committed to enhancing the understanding, compassion, care and well-being of individuals and families living with mental health and substance use disorders. We aim for a future where no one dies because of their mental health crisis.
In part two of our series, we further explore the disparities and systemic issues seen in the Black community, and discuss the impact they continue to have on mental illness…Learn More
As our sociopolitical world descends into extreme divisiveness, families and friendship networks are fraying. We can just keep doing our traditional work addressing the client issues that we are most…Learn More
The MARRCH Awards of Excellence recognizes individuals and organizations working to build and strengthen the Minnesota behavioral health continuum of care, enhance access to treatment, and support our communities…Read More