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Adult Mental Health Services
Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center (AMRTC) serves people who are mentally ill with complex medical and co-occuring conditions and high levels of other behavioral issues in a large, campus-based setting.
Centralized Pre-Admission Center
Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center (AMRTC)
MN Specialty Health System
The following residential programs offer an individualized approach to treatment that is person centered. These services are also accessed through the Centralized Pre-Admission Center. Specific treatment programming includes, but is not limited to: Illness Management and Recovery, Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment, Family Psycho-education, individualized self-medication management program, community integration with an overarching goal of focusing on increasing an individualís functioning capacity during their recovery. In addition, the areas of need for supports in the community for ongoing areas of deficit will be identified and the infrastructure to enlist these supports will be mapped out in a clientís plan for return to community (aka. discharge plan) for a more successful transition to the next phase in his or her recovery.
Minnesota Specialty Health System - Willmar
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