Lino Lakes Mental Health Day Program
Lino Lakes Mental Health Day Program is an Adult Day Treatment (ADT) program that helps you live independently by providing the daily skills needed to deal with symptoms of mental illness.
As the Minnesota Department of Human Services states, “ADT is a short-term, community-based mental health program consisting of group psychotherapy, rehabilitative interventions, and other therapeutic group services provided by a multidisciplinary team.” It is client-centered; focusing on individual participant needs as well as offering added support and learning through the group dynamics.
Lino Lakes’s Mental Health Day Program is an entire group therapy treatment and is considered a higher level of care. You will have the opportunity to connect with peers who can relate to and understand your mental health concerns in a non-judgmental and supportive environment. Participants are encouraged to continue receiving support from their existing providers, such as individual therapists, psychiatrists, and ARMHS workers while they are in ADT.
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About Lino Lakes, MN
Lino Lakes is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 20,216 at the 2010 census. Interstates 35W and 35E are two of Lino Lakes's main routes. It is an outer suburb north of the Twin Cities. When European settlers arrived, Native Americans already lived in the area where Reshanau, Baldwin, Rice and Marshan Lakes cluster. The Dakota people found this to be a land of plenty, with abundant wild rice and small game. Several Native American burial grounds are in the area. White hunters and trappers began coming to the area from both Canada and the eastern states around 1850.