Allina Health Celebrates New Center for Mental Health and Addiction with Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

June 27  

New Center provides seamlessly connected mental health and addiction care while increasing services for our community.

What: Ribbon cutting for new Center for Mental Health and Addiction at Mercy Hospital – Unity Campus

When: Thursday, June 27, 2024

Tours begin at 4:30 p.m. (we can also accommodate tours after the program)
Program begins at 5 p.m.

Where: Center for Mental Health and Addiction
520 Osborne Road
Fridley, MN 55432
(Center is located behind Mercy Hospital – Unity Campus)

Media are invited to tour Allina Health’s new Center for Mental Health and Addiction on the Mercy Hospital – Unity Campus. Following the tours, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony that honors the clinical vision and philanthropic support that came together to develop the Center.

The 3-story Center is more than 46,000 square feet of space dedicated to providing mental health and addiction services to people in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. It is connected to the Mercy Hospital – Unity Campus skywalk for access ease for those receiving inpatient care.

Care offerings include:

  • Addiction services on Floor 1:
    • Group and individual settings as well as virtual care.
    • Program offerings range from low intensity to intensive outpatient levels of care.
  • Hospital-based clinic on Floor 2:
    • Individual providers see patients for appointments.
    • Adults, children/adolescents and seniors will be referred to these services.
    • This space is available for transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapies to treat depression.
  • Partial Hospital and Day Treatment on Floor 3:
    • Partial hospitalization: patients receive intensive care while living in the community. Care is typically six hours/day for five days/week for three weeks and includes group format.
    • In day treatment, patients will typically receive three hours of care for three days a week. Day treatment may last up to three months and includes a group format with patients seeing a community psychiatrist.

Allina Health is grateful for our community partners. Anoka County Services connects people with social services and county-assistance programs. Canvas Health Services provides intake and triage to assist community members in accessing appropriate services. Southern Anoka Community Assistance Food Shelf provides non-perishable food items for clients and patients on the hospital campus. Minnesota Recovery Connection (MRC) Services offers peer support for those navigating recovery from substance use.

A special thank you to the many donors who have generously supported this project, including lead donor The Lynne and Andrew Redleaf Foundation.

About Allina Health
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