Mental Health Services

How to start services?

Fill out our referral form below after reviewing the services we offer.  You can also get connected with a mental health coordinator by calling 651-895-8030 and mentalhealth@allliancehealthcare.com.

Most services require a diagnostic assessment to assess strengths, functioning, and mental health diagnoses.

Mental Health Therapy

What types of  therapy do we offer?

Individual Therapy for Children, Adolescents, and Adults

Alliance Health Care offers therapy for ages 5+ who are at all stages of life.  We offer in-office therapy and telehealth therapy for most major insurance plans (BCBS, HP, Ucare, Medica, Hennepin Health).  We offer in-home therapy for those who are on medical assistance (MA) and pre-paid medical plans (PMAPS).

Relational and Family Therapy

Relational Therapy is an opportunity for people who are in a significant relationship (couples, roommates, parent/child, poly, etc.) to have an independent objective person help them process their relationship and assess communication patterns.  This service is offered via telehealth and in-office.  Insurance and private pay options are available.

Family therapy includes the full family system and helps the family heal and move forward while looking at relationships and communication within the family unity. This service is offered via telehealth and in-office.  Insurance and private pay options are available.

What is therapy?

Therapy is an opportunity to talk to a trained clinician about barriers that are preventing you from living your life to the fullest.  A therapist will help you with making realistic goals to address your mental health symptoms and help you move forward from adverse events that may have happened in your life.

How often do I attend therapy?

Sessions are typically 50 minutes and occur on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.  Therapy can be short term or long-term depending on your individual needs.

Any specialties?

 Our philosophy is based on person-centered and culturally relevant care.  We welcome individuals from all cultures.  Our therapy caters to the LGBTQIA+ population, severe and persistent mental illness including anxiety and depression, those who have experienced trauma, and those experiencing life transitions.

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Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)

What is ARMHS?

Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services is a supportive program for eligible adult clients with a mental health diagnosis.

Services are provided in the home and/or community using a collaborative approach  to promote understanding of diagnosis, coping skills, use of community resources and integration, skills, relapse prevention, employment related skills, transition to community living, home and organizational management and self-care.

How frequently does ARMHS meet?

ARMHS typically meets weekly for 1-4 hours depending on goals identified.  Appointments can be via telehealth, in-home, or in the community.

Who can receive ARMHS services?

Alliance Health Care is certified in the following counties Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Carver, Washington, Blue Earth, Stearns, and Benton.

Recipients must have Medical Assistance or coverage through a Prepaid Medical Assistance Program (PMAP), for example Blue Plus, Metropolitan Health Plan, etc.

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What is peer support?

Peer support services are specific rehabilitative services emphasizing the acquisition, development and enhancement of skills needed by an individual with a mental illness to move forward in their recovery. These services are self-directed and person-centered with a focus on recovery.

Who is the peer specialist?

Peer specialists are individuals who have a lived experience of mental illness and are trained to be direct service to those who receive ARMHS.

How frequently does peer support meet?

Peer support typically meets weekly for 1-2 hours per week. Peer support can meet via telehealth, in-home, or in the community.

Who can receive peer support?

Recipients must qualify for ARMHS and be actively engaged in ARMHS services to receive peer support.

Alliance Health Care is certified in the following counties Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Carver, Washington, Blue Earth, Stearns, and Benton.

Recipients must have Medical Assistance or coverage through a Prepaid Medical Assistance Program (PMAP), for example Blue Plus, Metropolitan Health Plan, etc.

How do I find out more about Groups?

Alliance Health Care offers groups on various topics and new groups are always starting.  Inquire about our current group offerings by checking here, emailing us at mentalhealth@alliancehealthcare.com, or calling us at 651-895-8030

Types of Groups Currently Available?
Peer Support Group

This is our flagship group that everyone is welcome to!  This group centers on building relationships, decreasing loneliness, and improving communication.  This group meets via telehealth every Wednesday from 6:00 PM-7:30 PM. We are planning to open a day time for this group soon so keep checking back.

Therapy Group – The Relationship between Physical Health and Mental Health

Join our clinical trainee therapist, Erik Kersten, as he delves into the complex relationship between physical health and mental health.  This 8-week group use psychoeducation and group activities to improve our own relationship between our physical bodies and grow our understanding of the complex systems between. The wait list is open for this group currently so email us if you are interested in joining the group and a day/time will be announced once the group has enough participants.