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Mental Health

It’s okay to not feel okay. We can help.

Mental Health

It’s okay to not feel okay. We can help.

If you’re struggling with your mood, energy, anxiety, trauma, depression, or other symptoms, you’re not alone. Especially these days. The CDC reports that during the pandemic, over 41% of adults reported symptoms of anxiety or a depressive disorder—that’s two out of five people in line with you at the grocery store.

It’s important to know there’s nothing wrong with feeling off—and help is available. Whatever you’re struggling with, our team is here to support you with a combination of medication and therapy solutions.

How to know if you should seek help

Many people aren’t sure when to talk to a doctor about the symptoms they’re experiencing. And some don’t even realize their struggles are related to mental health. It’s never too early to see a provider about your mental health, especially if you’re struggling to navigate everyday commitments like work, school, or relationships. See the list below for some additional symptoms and signs that it’s time to seek help.

Our Mental Health Services

If you or someone you know is experiencing any of the following conditions or concerns, our mental health team can help you.

  • Addiction (opioids, alcohol, nicotine, vaping, etc.)
  • Anxiety
  • Attention deficit disorders (ADD and ADHD)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Grief
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Panic attacks
  • Postpartum depression
  • Schizophrenia
  • Seasonal mood disorders
  • Stress management
  • Trauma (including domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse)

It’s better here.

When you’re ready to talk to someone, we’re here to listen. We believe it’s important to remove the stigma around mental health and clear the way for honest conversations. Let us introduce you to a doctor who can help. Schedule an appointment with one of our primary care providers or call us at 320-763-5123.

We provide a safe and supportive space.

Our team provides safe, confidential, and affirming support to every patient we see. We are proud to serve many diverse and under-represented groups, including the LGBTQ+ community.

Do you know kids or teens who need support? 

We’ve offer a valuable program to help young people:

Creating Opportunities for Personal Empowerment (COPE) Program

For all kids ages 7–18, whether or not they have current mental health struggles

Knowing how to navigate life’s stressors is one of the most important skills kids can have. Our COPE program helps kids and teens put “tools in their toolbox” for managing life, Over eight sessions, we cover a variety of topics and provide coping mechanisms that are tailored for each individual. This is not “talk therapy”. It’s a workbook-driven hands-on learning experience based on cognitive behavioral therapy.

The COPE program is beneficial for ALL children and teens, including those struggling with anxiety, depression, bullying, aggression, low self-esteem, and/or other life changes and stressors.

Topics covered in the COPE program include:

  • Understanding the connections between thinking, feeling and behaving
  • Learning how positive thinking and self-talk can impact self-esteem
  • Problem solving and setting goals
  • Dealing with emotions in healthy ways
  • Coping with stressful situations

To schedule an appointment with a COPE provider or to learn more, please call our appointment line at 320-763-2899 or ask your primary care provider for a referral. The first appointment is a meet-and-greet with no obligation to complete the full course. This program is typically covered by insurance.