Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC)
A Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) is an integrated model of care meant to improve service quality and accessibility to services. This model is the future of community behavioral health with a goal to improve both mental health and substance abuse treatment across the country. CCBHCs:
• Provide integrated, evidence-based, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented, and person- and family-centered care.
• Offer the full array of CCBHC-required mental health, substance-use disorder (SUD), and primary care screening services.
• Establish collaborative relationships with other providers and healthcare systems to ensure coordination of care.
• Advance the integration of behavioral health and physical health care.
• Provide a comprehensive continuum of care for people with SMI and SED.
• Promote improved access to high-quality care by providing a collection of services that:
– Create greater access.
– Stabilize people experiencing crisis.
– Provide needed treatment and recovery support services for those with the most serious and complex mental health and substance use disorders.
– Integrate additional services to emphasize recovery, wellness, trauma-informed care, and physical-behavioral health.
Harmony Club offers persons with mental health disabilities the opportunity to be part of a social club, making friends and learning new skills. Harmony uses a consumer empowerment model, integrating consumer-led activities with the more traditional staff leadership. While Harmony is not a treatment program, we do work closely with staff from other HDC CSP services to assist consumers with vocational, housing, and psychotherapy needs.
Harmony Club operates out of the former Lincoln Park Elementary School at 2424 W. 5th Street in Duluth. If you take 25th Ave. W, you will find our entrance between 4th and 5th Streets.
Available Locations: St. Louis
The mission of Jill’s Place is to provide a comfortable and safe setting for people experiencing mental illness to connect with their peers, socialize, volunteer, and enjoy recreation. Our comfortable space has a Wii System, DVD player, many games, music, snacks, magazines and more, all for the comfort of our guests. See your mental health provider for more information about becoming involved at Jill’s Place.
Available Locations: Douglas
The Outreach Center is a consumer-run drop-in center located at 24 10th Street in Cloquet, MN. The Outreach Center offers Supportive and Recreational Services, such as Information/Education, Recreational and Social Events, Bipolar Support Group, Friends and Family Bipolar Support Group, BINGO, Crafts, Employment and Volunteer Opportunities, and Meals Twice a Week. Everyone is welcome and it is open Monday through Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm. The Outreach Center is staffed by volunteers who are knowledgeable about mental health services and resources available in Carlton County. For more information call (218) 879-0303.
Available Locations: Carlton