Feel like certain parts of your life are out of control? Need help finding a new direction? Children, seniors, teens or adults — behavioral and chemical health issues can affect anyone at any time. Our highly qualified and experienced psychiatrists, psychotherapists, nurses and other behavioral health professionals assess, stabilize and treat a wide range of behavioral and chemical health problems.
- Complicated grief
- Anger management
- Conduct disorders
- Medical issues/chronic illness
- Pain Management
- Alcohol abuse
- Drug abuse
Behavioral health services
- Assessment of emotional, behavioral and cognitive problems
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Educational classes
- Medication evaluation and management
- Psychological evaluations
- Bariatric surgery assessments
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Specialty services for deaf and hard of hearing
- Inpatient mental health services for adults
Chemical health services
- Assessments, counseling and treatment planning for adolescents
- For adults
- Relapse prevention program
- Outpatient program
- Residential day treatment plus program
Our behavioral health providers practice at many of our convenient clinic locations.
Request your appointment through online appointment scheduling or call 952-967-7992.
Following are resources open to all and offered by HealthPartners Clinics. In addition, HealthPartners Clinics also offers a Pain Management Resource Team, a Preferred Behavioral Health Network: Lower Back Pain and Specialty services for deaf and hard of hearing.
- Anger Management for Men–West Clinic (January 2011 start date; information will be posted when it becomes available)
- Nurtured Heart Approach (NHA) Parenting
* Sometimes you need the perspective of a group to work through issues.
* The therapy groups listed above require an assessment by a behavioral health specialist. Please call 952-967-7992 to set up an initial assessment.
Drug and alcohol abuse
If you think you or a loved one may be at risk for drug or alcohol abuse, take a moment to fill out one of these questionnaires. Remember, drug and alcohol abuse are treatable diseases.
Understanding alcohol abuse
It’s important to know the warning signs of a drinking problem and the steps that can be taken to prevent alcohol abuse. Learn more with these resources.
Interested in participating in a new medication study?
Our clinical trials are at no cost to you. You do not need to be a current HealthPartners member.