Mental Health

Mental health case management services are available on a voluntary basis. In order to be eligible, the child or adult in need of services completes an application requesting services and must have an assessment completed by a mental health professional within the past 180 days. If you do not have an assessment, our intake unit can assist you in scheduling one.


Community Support Program

The Community Support Program assists adults with mental illness residing in Wright County with social, educational, recreational and daily living assistance.

For more information, contact Central Minnesota Mental Health Center at 763-682-4400

Mental Health Advisory Council

The purpose of the Mental Health Advisory Council is to use the knowledge of a broad range of people who use mental health services, provide services or are concerned about public policy to find ways to improve local mental health services. This council focuses on making recommendations for services and identifying gaps and needs in mental health to our local Human Services Advisory Board.

If you would like to apply to be part of the committee, please complete the Online Mental Health Advisory Council Application. Applications are accepted year round!

MHAC Bylaws