Mental Health Services
Adult Mental Health Services
We serve adults living with serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) or other mental health concerns move toward living successfully on their own and to be connected to community — transitioning from long-term homelessness to housing, unemployment, and recovering from co-occurring chemical and mental health concerns.
- Mental health assessment and therapy services
- Case management, long- and short-term services
- Supportive housing
- Community Support Programs
- Mental health clinic
For questions or to learn how to connect to services, contact Becky Sulkin via email or by calling 612.752.8743.
For all other mental health-related questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612.752.8074.
Mental Health Clinic
The Avivo Mental Health Clinic exists to support Avivo’s mission in the areas of recovery and mental health. We have a team of therapists ready to assist in providing counseling, mental health diagnostic assessments, and crisis resources. Our clinic has expertise in working with co-occurring concerns, trauma, SPMI, mood disorders, and complex barriers such as homelessness and unemployment.
Learn more about our Mental Health Clinic.
Community Support Program
Avivo’s Community Support Program (CSP) consists of three focus areas: FoodWorks, NatureWorks, and ArtWorks. Each of our program focus areas offer unique activities, online via Zoom, as well as in-person outdoor drop-in opportunities for community-building and connecting to resources.
Find information on Avivo’s Community Support Program, supported by Hennepin County.