8406 Sunset Road NE
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432
Various other locations throughout the metro area
Rise offers several types of programs for those with serious and persistent mental health issues. Programs are listed below. Because RISE has a refugee employment program, they are familiar with cross-cultural issues.
Eligibility requirements for Refugee employment program (Pathways for Refugees): on MFIP and living in Ramsey or Hennepin Counties
Refugee Employment Services are located at: Rise Pathways, 3708 Nicollet Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409. Call: 612.872.7720 email: email@example.com
For those who live in Anoka County and are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of being homeless due to mental health issues, Rise can assist. Services include:
- Independent Living Skills training
- Homelessness outreach and emergency services
- Family homelessness prevention and assistance services
- Affordable housing resources
- HOME rental subsidies
- Locating safe and affordable housing for individuals and families
- Housing with support services (Anoka County)
- Transitional housing
- Crisis assistance
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Rise offers day programming and vocational services specifically designed for people who have traumatic or acquired brain injuries, ages 18 and older. Services include:
Brigid Alseth, 612.775.2286; email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for these programs typically comes from Minnesota Rehab Services, Medicaid waiver programs (TBI or CADI), workers’ compensation, or county social services, or the services are self-paid. Rise staff are knowledgeable in reimbursement systems and will work closely with individuals and families to identify payment options.
Helpful Contact People:
Intake Coordinator 763-783-2813
For the Pathways for Refugees program contact Truc Pham at 612.872.7720 or email@example.com.