Community Support Program (CSP)

Our Community Support Program (CSP) offers peer support, assistance in Independent Living Skills (AILS), and social recreation groups. These programs help those experiencing serious mental illness achieve and maintain a dignified and meaningful quality of life. Activities encourage and provide opportunities for socialization, recreation, and independent living.

Wright County Community Support Program

Our CSP services in Wright County are in partnership with Wright County Human Services and include a social/recreational group and Free Bingo on the last Monday of every month. If you are a resident of Wright County, have a diagnosis of mental illness, and are interested in attending, RSVP to our Buffalo Office at 763-682-7242. Enjoy prizes, socialization, and fun! A monthly calendar is available that includes our Bingo events and other free or low-cost community events! Click the button below to access our C.A.R.E.S. Calendar.

Sherburne County Community Support Program 

Sherburne County CSP offers community activities that vary each month and are free for participants. If you are interested in our Sherburne County CSP Program and want to learn more about events or RSVP, please contact us at 763.441.3770. RSVPs are required. This program is open to residents in Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, and Wright counties. 

A limited list of the events that CSP offers are:

Peer support group


Dining out


Ongoing programs within CSP include:

Assistance in Independent Living Skills (AILS)

Clients with serious and persistent mental illness accessing services from Wright County Mental Health Case Management receive assistance with independent living skills. Based either at an individual’s home or in the community, AILS offers support and instruction for clients to build and maintain daily living skills, which are often negatively impacted by mental health symptoms. No insurance is necessary, but participation requires a Wright County Human Services referral.

Peer Support

Certified Peer Specialists are individuals who have lived experience of mental illness and are trained to offer support and hope to individuals with mental illness by sharing their stories and helping others to discover their strengths. Peer support offers services in the home or in the community and peers work side by side with clients to promote recovery, self-advocacy, self-sufficiency, and development of natural supports; support maintenance of skills learned from other services; and provide individualized support to individuals and promote recovery. No insurance is necessary for this service. Referrals must come from Wright County Human Services.

Contact Us for More Info

Contact the Buffalo office to register for orientation and for more information:

Buffalo Office

(Serves Wright County) CSP & AILS

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Elk River

(Sherburne County residents) – CSP

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