Range Mental Health Center

Virginia, MN   |  www.rangementalhealth.org

Mission

The Range Mental Health Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing comprehensive integrated behavioral health care services to the citizens of northern Minnesota thereby helping people reach and maintain productive and dignified lives.

Ruling year info

1963

co-CEO

Ms. Laura M. Tovar

co-CEO

Mrs. Mary J. Carpenter

Main address

P.O. Box 1188

Virginia, MN 55792 USA

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EIN

41-0849301

NTEE code info

Mental Health Association, Multipurpose (F80)

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Community Support Programs

Community Support Programs promote recovery, full community integration and improved quality of life with persons diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illness.  Our services focus on helping individuals develop skills and access resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful in the community.  RMHC's community based services in both Virginia and Hibbing include client outreach and drop in centers.

Population(s) Served

Outpatient therapy is offered at the Range Mental Health Center five days a week with extended hours on several evenings.  Problems with stress, anxiety, depression, anger, social fears and family conflict are explored in individual, marital and family therapy sessions.  Psychological testing is also available to assess personality traits and dynamics, memory and attention processes, and general intellectual functioning.  Children's services include diagnostic evaluations, individual therapy, family therapy and comprehensive psychological assessments for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, learning problems, depression, anxiety and other problems.  Information sharing with parents is a vital part of our services to children. With permission, services are also coordinated as needed with schools, physicians, probation officers, the courts, and social service agencies.

Population(s) Served

The Range Treatment Center provides a multi-disciplinary approach toward the treatment of chemically dependent individuals, their families and significant others.  These services are available on both a residential or outpatient basis.  The outpatient programs are available in the evening from 6-9 interventions and education presentations.
The Range Detoxification Service is a 24-hour, medically monitored, short-term stabiliation program for acutely intoxicated individuals.  This program serves adolescents and adults, men and women.  It is staffed by a licensed nurse, chemical dependency counselors and unit assistants.  This is not a locked unit.  Typically patients stay from one to five days, depending on their condition and discharge options.  It the patient expresses an intereste in chemical dependency treatment, the staff will help facilitate the appropriate assessements and referrals.

Population(s) Served

Range Mental Health Center's ADAPT Program provides community and school-based mental health services in 13 school districts across the Arrowhead region of northern Minnesota.  Primary prevention and intervention efforst focus on early childhood, elementary and secondary age youth.  ADAPT works collaboratively with other agencies to assist children and families with special needs, provide year round prevention and intervention services, and provide mental health services to individual youth, groups and families.  ADAPT services include but are not limited to:  coordination of services between home, school and other agencies; special education/mental health; suicide prevention/intervention; grief counseling; case management; family in-home services; diagnostic assessments; crisis intervention; teacher and parent consultation; Children's Therapeutic Services and Support (CTSS) individual, group and family psychotherapy; CTSS individual, group and family skills, training and development; classroom presentations; school year and summer srevices; outdoor experiential services; emergency services; play therapy; early childhood Head Start.

Population(s) Served

Psychiatric services focus on diagnosing and treating mental disorders of adults and children, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders.  Psychiatrists and advance practice nurses evaluate the need for psychiatric medications and meet with clients on a regular basis for medication management.  Psychiatric nurses are available to answer questions about the purpose, side effects, and regime of prescribed medications.

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Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services

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ages 18+

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Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment and Illness Management and Recovery

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Crisis Stabilization Center

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time-limited residential treament

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Houses in Virginia, Chisholm and a 27 unit apartment building in Hibbing

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homes liscensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services and staffed 24 hours a day

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800 450-2273

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Range Mental Health Center

Board of directors
as of 06/05/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. Mark Muhich

Muhich Law Firm

Term: 2009 -

Luke Chopp

Wellsfargo

Larry Cuffee

City of Virginia

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