Mental Health Services
Are you struggling to cope with life’s difficulties? Want to talk to a professional who can help sort things out?
Mental Health Services are available at WeARE The Clinic for treating depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other mental health conditions and we are welcoming of LGBTQ+ clients.
Appointments can be made at WeARE-The Clinic and payment will be based on a sliding fee scale or insurance reimbursement.
To schedule an appointment, call the clinic at 218.454.1546 or text 218.838.6280.
Enrolled Central Lakes College Student Resources
CLC Social Worker
Central Lakes College has a Social Worker on campus to help support and guide students with a variety of personal needs including: therapeutic support and intervention to students, crisis intervention, connect students with on-campus and community resources, and provide mental health and wellness information to the campus. The social worker will provide access and referrals to transportation, housing, legal, child care, and other needed resources. The Social Worker serves as the Campus Confidential Employee assuring confidentiality for any student needing to report sexual assault.
Kellee Rossina, phone: 218-855-8024, email: email@example.com, Room C107
CLC Individual Therapy
All CLC students have access to free clinical therapy, available for a variety of mental health related topics including: stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and much more. Students interested in scheduling an appointment with Amanda Mithun, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, from Lakewood Health Systems should contact Gayle Wonders at firstname.lastname@example.org. Amanda provides in-person sessions on the Staples Main Campus and by telehealth to the Brainerd Campus.
Appointments are available Tuesdays and Wednesdays 11:30am-3:30pm. Students may access telehealth services in The Bridge located on the Brainerd Campus.
Learn to Live
Learn to Live offers free and confidential online programs using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help with stress and worry; depression; social anxiety; insomnia; and substance use. Learn to Live also provides on-demand and live-stream webinars on a variety of mental health, addiction, and wellness related topics.
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The Therapist PLC
Mental health and counseling services in Brainerd.
Patrica Garding, LGSW
Teresia Mortenson, LGSW
Megan K. Mueller, MS, LMFT
Breanna Shellum, MA, LMFT
Crisis Line and Referral Service, 24-hour help line serving Aitkin, Cass, Crow Wing, Morrison, Todd, and Wadena Counties.
218-828-HELP (4357) or 800-462-5525
Warm Line, peer to peer support 844-739-6369, available 5pm-9pm.
Crisis Support Text Line, text: MN to 741741
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Information and resources on mental health diagnoses.
Mental Health Conditions
Information and resources on mental health topics to help teens and young adults.
Mental Health Support for BIPOC Students. Text STEVE to 741741 to access a culturally trained crisis counselor.
Here to Help
Mental health and substance use information and screening tools.
Help Yourself. Help Others.
Free screenings on mental health, substance use, and wellness topics.