Built on a History of Inclusion

Fraser has been a leader in the disability and inclusion movement since 1935, when Louise Whitbeck Fraser founded a school to teach children with disabilities who would have otherwise been institutionalized. Mrs. Fraser faced opposition from health officials and community neighbors, but she was as tough and persistent as she was compassionate, and the Fraser School® grew steadily by word of mouth.

Today, Fraser taps into that start-up innovation and drive to succeed in excellence in disability inclusion. Our big-hearted compassion, entrepreneurial boldness, and steady growth has made Fraser the premier provider of autism, mental/behavioral health, and disability care. As one of just a few MN mental health providers that is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), Fraser is transforming the future of mental healthcare to be the best in integrated specialty healthcare.

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Today, Fraser Is ….

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Transforming Mental Health Care
How a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Gives You Better Care
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Building a More Inclusive Community
How Fraser Programs are Making More of Our Community More Inclusive for More People
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Caring for Our Staff
Why Fraser Staff are Uniquely Trained and Qualified to Treat the Most Complex Mental, Behavioral, and Disability Needs
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Meet Our Leadership Team Learn More
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