If you can’t find what you are looking for using these quick links, please let us know, so we can make this the best possible tool for you and participants.
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Avivo Institute of Career and Technical Education
Learn About Career Education at Avivo
Quick Overview of Career Education Programs
Full Course Catalog PDF (printable)
Twin Cities Course/Training Schedule
St. Cloud Course/Training Schedule – Contact Carrie Stang at 320.227.1305
To enroll a participant, call 612.752.8131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an enrollment form.
Chemical and Mental Health
Information about Chemical Health Assessment referrals
Community Support Programs
Residential and Intensive Outpatient Treatment
To schedule or refer, email email@example.com, call 612.752.8074, or fax 612.752.8051.
To admit to Family Residential or Intensive Outpatient Treatment programs (for women and children only), contact 612.752.8189 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To reach staff during evenings or weekends, please call 612.752.8165
Treatment records and correspondence, contact 612.752.8074 or email email@example.com
Watch a tour of Avivo’s Family Residential Treatment facility and meet staff:
Mental Health Services
For questions related to Targeted Case Management, contact EJ Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 612.752.8516
For all other mental health-related questions, please email email@example.com or call 612.752.8074.
Links to information on treatment programs, Mental Health Services, or our Community Support Program.
To find an MFIP counselor and location, contact Julie at 612.752.8630.
The best way to for our career counselors to find just the right support of your client is to complete a participant Inquiry Form. If you have any questions, you may call 612.752.8606.
Information on our Dislocated Worker Program
Information on our Minnesota Family Resiliency Partnership (previously named Displaced Homemaker Program until August, 1, 2020)
Information on our Youth Employment Services