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Addressing Whole-Family and Whole-Person Mental Wellness

Anxiety, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), adjustment disorders, trauma, bipolar disorder, and other mental health concerns can affect individuals at any age and impact your family’s dynamic.

Whether you are seeking mental health care for a child, partner, or yourself, Fraser Behavioral & Mental Health Services is here to support your whole family’s mental wellness. Our individualized mental wellness programs support strong family relationships, increase self-regulation and emotional control, improve self-esteem, reduce conflict, improve daily life, and build individual mental wellness for each member of your family.

Fraser’s early childhood mental health program is the largest in Minnesota, and we are among the largest Minnesota providers to support people with co-occurring intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health needs.

CALL 612-767-7222 Get Started with an Initial Assessment Process.
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Fraser Day Treatment

Fraser Day Treatment groups provide a space to process emotions, learn about yourself, and connect with peers. Our groups are tailored to each age group and you will be assigned to a group that fits your individual needs.

Within the group, you will address your mental health concerns, build social-emotional development, and work toward stronger independence.

Younger Adolescent Day Treatment is for teens, ages 12-15, who have autism spectrum disorder

Older Adolescent Day Treatment is for teens, ages 15-17, who have autism spectrum disorder

Transitions Day Treatment is for young adults, ages 18-201/2, who have autism spectrum disorder

Transitions Step-Down Groups

  • Ascent: for adults, ages 18-30, who have autism spectrum disorder or for people who feel stuck and are unsure what to do next
  • Enrich: for adults, ages 18-30, who have autism spectrum disorder and specifically supports college students who need help navigating the college world, practicing self-advocacy, and enhancing their independent living skills

CALL 612-767-7222 Get Started with an Initial Assessment Process.
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Transition to adulthood planning

Comprehensive Skills Training That Builds Independence

Transitioning into adulthood can be a complex and confusing time. Fraser can help.

Fraser’s Transition Readiness and Connections program — ON-TRAC — helps individuals, ages 14-26, who have autism, mental health concerns and diverse needs create their individualized path to independence.

With a Transition to Adulthood Plan, we bring together a collaborative team, community experts and resources to help each individual achieve their goals.

Supports and services help individuals become independent.

Social Wellbeing: Improving social and mental wellbeing through social skills development and focusing on psychological health. Focused on self-awareness, self-determination, friendships, hobbies and interests

Career and Employment: Exploring employment interests and career goals, assessing and developing job skills, finding and maintaining employment and ensuring employment satisfaction

Physical Health: Learning about nutrition, dental health, exercise, sleep, medical needs, substance use, sensory needs and personal safety

Mental Health: Improving mental, behavioral and emotional wellbeing. Focused on managing how we think, feel and behave and assess motivation

Education: Exploring and pursuing education to achieve career goals and support growth

Housing: Looking into housing options, community access, transportation and home adaptations or modifications

Independent Living Skills: Developing skills to set goals and increase independence

Financial/Legal: Learning about legal rights and financial management to set goals for personal success and happiness

For more information, email or call 612.767.7222
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LGBTQIA Mental Health

Fraser Mental Health has both therapists who identify as LGBTQIA and those who accept and affirm the identity of those within the LGBTQIA community. We understand having a therapist who understands you or your child’s unique concerns is important. Fraser also offers therapy groups for young people with autism who are exploring their gender or sexual orientation. Our therapists meet individuals where they are — whether they’re struggling to come out, need help with bullying, or simply want someone to listen. When you call to set up an appointment, you can ask about being paired with an affirming therapist.

CALL 612-767-7222 Get Started with an Initial Assessment Process.
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Fraser Family Consults

Fraser Family Consults offer immediate help for resolving your child or teen’s most challenging behavior issue. We can help you address feeding issues, sleeping problems, social concerns, speech concerns, clinginess, hypersensitivity, late milestones, inflexibility, aggression, and more.

You don’t need a formal diagnosis or evaluation to schedule a Fraser Family Consult. You will meet with a therapist to discuss your concerns and get tools to support your child’s behavior, growth, and development.

Your appointment may also include consultations from specialty staff or recommendations for an evaluation or treatment. Following your consultation, a Fraser therapist will create a support plan, individualized for your child and family’s needs. We may also provide you with recommendations for community supports and contacts.

CALL 612-767-7222 to get started.
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Behavioral Health Home

If your child is receiving Medical Assistance (MA), MA through a Managed Care Program (PMAP), or you are served by the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA), Fraser Behavioral Health Home services can help you find coordinated care with the right experts.

We support your family by helping you manage your child’s health and wellbeing with comprehensive care management, care coordination, health promotion and wellness, comprehensive transitional care, patient and family support, and referrals to community services.

Fraser’s Behavioral Health team includes a registered nurse and medical and mental health experts who know what services are available for your family.

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School-Based Mental Wellness Support

Fraser school-based mental wellness programs positively impact a child’s education and learning and allow children to receive therapy at school. Our school-based therapists create individualized mental health plans for students and provide consultations to parents.

We also work with teachers on classroom strategies to manage challenging behaviors and offer professional training courses to advance educators’ mental health knowledge and competency.

To learn more about Fraser School-Based Mental Health services, contact Dr. Aric Jensen, Sr. Director of Mental Health School and Community Mental Health Programs, at 612-728-5312 or