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People Incorporated

Mental Health Services - Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Deaf Mental Health Services & Housing

726 2nd St NE, Minneapolis, MN, 55413

Distance: 516 Miles

(651) 774-0011

Website

https://www.peopleincorporated.org/deaf-hard-of-hearing-services

Service Details

Description

Deaf Mental Health Services (DMHS) offers a variety of coordinated services and interpreters for adults who are deaf or hard of hearing or deaf-blind, use or want to use sign language as their primary mode of communication and who experience a mental illness. This program is culturally and linguistically accessible to this population.


Provides both inpatient, drop-in or in-home health services, they have a wide system of care, helping individuals dually find support within the deaf community


The DMHS Drop-In Center offers educational groups, peer support, social activities.


Features

  • Area Served by County
    • Anoka County 
    • Dakota County 
    • Hennepin County 
  • Client Conveniences
    • Assistance with community resources 
  • Payment
    • Medicaid (Medical Assistance) 
  • Specialization
    • Deaf or hard-of-hearing 
    • Mental health 

Eligibility

Age 18+ in Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, and Ramsey counties who are hard of hearing, deaf, and deaf-blind.


Case management services require that an individual either have a mental health diagnosis or a vulnerability that requires Adult Protection Services.


Application Instructions

DMHS Drop-in Center
The applicant or any professional or family/personal support member involved with the applicant can make a referral to DMHS drop-in center. To apply, the applicant simply needs to visit the staff at the center and fill out a brief information form with one of the staff.


DMHS Outreach Services
Referrals to Outreach services can be made by the applicant, or any professional or family/personal support member involved with the applicant.
The individual's eligibility for the program is determined through a process which includes:
* The completion of an intake form, diagnostic assessment, functional assessment and individual treatment plan
* A visit with the applicant at their residence or at DMHS
* An interview with the Program Director and/or Mental Health Practitioner


Fees

Most of the programs are covered by Medical Assistance through the Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) Waiver, Brain Injury (BI) Waiver, or the Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver and other financial assistance programs.


Area Served

Hennepin County


Websites

Phone Numbers

Type Number Hours
Main (651) 774-0011

Last Update

2/19/2024

Other Locations

This provider does not offer this service at other locations.

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