Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) are available to individuals covered by Medical Assistance who reside in Stearns, Benton, Sherburne and Wright counties. To qualify for this program, individuals must have a recent diagnostic assessment (DA) documenting that Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services are medically necessary. This program is designed for adults who may be struggling to complete daily tasks due to mental health symptoms. These services include Community Intervention and Medication Education.
Offered on an outpatient basis, our staff works with clients to retain stability, function and avoid more restrictive settings or hospitalizations. We’ll meet where clients are comfortable- in the community or at home- to develop a care plan that will help them achieve the goals they desire. Our clients can receive services through face-to-face individual appointments or in a group setting that may be provided in their homes, communities or office setting.
~ Psychiatric stability
~ Social Competencies
~ Personal and emotional adjustment
~ Independent living and community skills
For more information, contact:
Meet Our Providers
Heather Wilson–MSW, LGSW
Heather is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker. Heather obtained her Bachelor ‘s degree in Sociology from Hunter College and her Master’s degree of Social Work from St. Cloud State University. She has experience in Intensive Residential Treatment Services and Assertive Community Treatment. Heather is the Program Manager of the Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services program.