Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-Being
Established in 1979 by community leaders, the mission of Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-Being is, “To provide exceptional and affordable mental health services for families, children, youth, and adults in our community.”
Review Completed: 10/23/2013
7954 University Ave. NE
Fridley, MN 55432
|Other Names Used
||Central Center for Family Resources (until October 2009)
||Kathleen Samilo, Executive DIrector
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||We are a Rule 29 facility licensed by the state of Minnesota
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
We served over 3000 individuals through our various programs including our mental health clinical services, our child and adolescent psychiatry services, domestic violence and sexual assault programs, and our school based services. We also provided meals, supportive groups, therapy, recreational activities, community outings, art programs, and other supportive services at Bridgeview, our psychosocial drop in center for adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses.
To receive the designation of essential community provider by the state of Minnesota.
To explore feasibility of a day treatment program.
To increase our fee for service billings.
To start up school linked mental health services in the Columbia Heights and Centennial School districts.
Community or Constituency Served
Children youth and adults with mental health concerns or at high risk for mental health issues
Geographic Area Served
Anoka County and northern suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul
Impact and Programs
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|Based on information provided on 2010 to 2012