Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
ARMHS services promote recovery by assisting recipients in gaining independent living and community skills, coping skills, social skills, and personal & emotional adjustment when these abilities are impacted by the symptoms of mental illness. ARMHS services assist and support recipients in areas such as medication education and monitoring, basic social and living skills, mental illness symptom management, household management, employment related, or transitioning to community living. Staff will meet with you and assist in identifying skill sets that you would benefit from learning to increase your ability to live and work as independently as possible. Services offered include individual home based or psycho-educational groups.
Who Is Eligible?
You must be 18 years or older, a resident of Kittson, Mahnomen, Marshall, Norman, Polk or Red Lake County and have experienced serious or persistent mental illness and/or traumatic brain injury.
How Much Do These Services Cost?
Community Support Services are free to eligible people. The program is funded through grants, as well as state and county Medical Assistance.
How Do I Get These Services?
Referrals are accepted from yourself, family, friends, and service providers. To make a referral or get more information, call your county Social Service Center or:
Adult Services Intake Coordinator
Northwestern Mental Health Center