It is with great excitement that we announce our newly established outpatient mental health clinic, providing psychiatric services for those ages 5 to 65. River Bluffs Health and Wellness was founded in May of 2022, and currently provides mental health services via telehealth within the state of Minnesota. The goal is to expand to a hybrid model, with in-person visits conducted in the Winona/La Crescent area. Our provider, Miranda Dulek, DNP, APRN, CNP, is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner practicing independently in Minnesota. She has over a decade of experience in the mental health field, and 6+ years of experience as a psychiatric nurse practitioner working with clients across the lifespan.
Ellie Family Services provides unique opportunities to clients. Examples include:
- Offering discrete and confidential wellness services
- Providing income-based sliding fee scale for non-insurance covered services
- Using technology to integrate wellness services into the 21st century
- Developing creative interventions to increase access for clients who experience barriers to the traditional “in-person” therapeutic format
- Creating “user friendly” tools focused on increasing more of “what you want” in your wellness, healing and recovery program
- Engaging up-and-coming professionals in training and the development of innovative programs for future generations of practitioners and clientele
- Customizing services to meet various, diverse and multifaceted needs
- Providing personalized treatment plans that address mind, body and spirit
- Placing importance on having fun throughout the wellness process
Great Rivers 2-1-1 offers free, confidential community information and referrals 24 hours/day. Dial 2-1-1 or (800) 362-8255 to talk to an information and referral specialist.
We also offer a Crisis Hotline 24/7. Dial 2-1-1 or (800) 362-8255 to talk to a crisis specialist.
They offer resources for:
Suicidal thoughts and feelings
Mental health services
Addiction recovery resources
Marital and Family concerns
Food and basic needs
Solomon’s Song fosters community connections that fortify our belief that we are all more alike than we are different. We promote healthy mind/body, celebrate diversity and work to stomp out stigma in its many forms.
Winona Health is a community owned non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of the Winona, Minnesota, regional community.
This hospital has a full range of services and a pharmacy. Clinics are often open to the public. Offerings include support groups, community classes, events, education programs, free community health clinic for non-insured, Healthy Kids youth program, and Junior Volunteers program.
Winona Health offers outpatient psychiatric and counseling services.
Outpatient Services: Winona Health Psychiatric and Counseling Services
Winona Health Psychiatric & Counseling Services offers a comprehensive array of outpatient services:
- Mental health counseling
- Psychiatric and psychological evaluations
- Medication management
- Parenting concerns
- Geriatric counseling
The Winona Health Psychiatric and Counseling staff includes psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, therapists and support staff.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is an organization of individuals with a commitment to bettering the lives of Minnesotans by helping to provide essential services to Minnesota’s most vulnerable residents. Working with many others, including counties, tribes and nonprofits, DHS helps ensure that Minnesota seniors, people with disabilities, children and others meet their basic needs and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
MDHS’ largest financial responsibility is to provide health care coverage for low-income Minnesotans. They are also responsible for securing economic assistance for struggling families, providing food support, overseeing child protection and child welfare services, enforcing child support, and providing services for people with mental illness, chemical dependency, or physical or developmental disabilities.
Cardinal of Minnesota serves people through three main services areas: Adult Foster Care, In-Home Support, and Semi-Independent Living Services. They primarily serve individuals with Developmental Disabilities and related conditions, individuals with Mental Health concerns, Brain Injury and Elder Care related conditions.
Whether living in a Cardinal home, with family, or independently, clients receive skilled, personalized support. Services include:
Coordinated Medical Care
Medical Liaison Services
Behavior Support Plans
Individualized Health Care Plans
Activities of Daily Living
Vacation and Leisure Activities
In-Home support services and Semi-Independent Living Services (SILS)
Crisis Response inspires hope in adults, children, youth and their families by delivering compassionate, person-centered, recovery-based mental health support during a crisis.
Crisis Response offers phone support is offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A trained counselor will assess your current situation, offer support and counseling and be able to connect you with local resources.
Phone support staff have the ability to dispatch our Crisis Response mobile teams. These teams can meet you in the community to complete a more comprehensive assessment and planning to support you through the current crisis situation.
The Winona Counseling Clinic was founded in 1987 as a licensed outpatient mental health clinic and outpatient chemical dependency treatment facility. Michelle Johnson purchased the clinic in 2001 and is the current director of the clinic.
Today, Winona Counseling Clinic, Inc., La Crosse Counseling Clinic, LLC, Associates in Counseling, LLC, and Christian Counseling Clinic, LLC are a collaborative group of mental health professionals (licensed marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, drug and alcohol counselors and professional mediators) dedicated to providing the highest quality of mental health, marriage counseling and substance abuse services. Our goal is to help each person find hope for healing, personal growth and wholeness.
The Peer Support Network is a drop in center, or a club house where adults with various mental illnesses can come to get support from peers, staff, and volunteers. The PSN is a unique and exciting place to play card games, shoot some pool, play on the Wii, partake in various art classes, and even cook! We offer a wide variety of activities and support groups for our clients. Our goal at PSN is to create an environment where clients can enjoy themselves and spend time with the people they care about.
Check the calendar under ‘Faculty’ tab on website for a list of hours when faculty members and volunteers are expected to be present at the Peer Support Network.
PSN provides a comfortable space for people experiencing mental health issues to socialize and support one another. It is a place that promotes recovery and growth. It provides a safe and inclusive environment where people can relax, make friends, and participate in groups in the evening or weekends, when clinical mental health services are typically unavailable. A Certified Peer Support Specialist is available on site to help coordinate services and activities.
Volunteers are valued participants in this program. The comfortable and informal setting is mentored by adult consumers who have had training in assisting participants as needed. Staff, community volunteers and college interns are an ongoing part of the PSN community. Advocates for people with mental illness and local legislators will make scheduled visits to talk with consumers about their issues and concerns. PSN is the place to go to engage with and learn from adults in our communities living with a mental illness.