Our Community Residential Settings (CRS) are licensed under MN Chapter 245D.
We provide residential intensive support services, with a focus on person-centered planning and positive behavior support. Our program is designed to assist high need individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI), dual diagnosis and/or traumatic brain injury. Individuals in our program have specialized needs that cannot be met in less restrictive settings. We currently have 6 program sites; Maplewood, Pokegama, Spears Place and Sylvan Bay are located in Grand Rapids, within 2 miles of each other. Our most recent addition is Siseebakwet Ranch which is located South of Grand Rapids. In International Falls we have one site, Riverside Place. All CRS sites are Mental Health Certified facilities.
Siseebakwet Ranch has been developed by Northland Counseling Center, Inc. with the collaboration of Itasca County and the State of Minnesota. This location is specifically designed for clients discharging from Anoka Metro Regional Treatment Center or the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter, MN.
Northland Counseling Center, Inc. also offers a Crisis Residential Setting for individuals who are experiencing an increase in mental health symptoms. During this 10-day stay we offer 1:1 service to assist with stabilization of mental health symptoms.
Our 24-hour direct support staff are trained to assist, teach, and guide residents while staying at Spears Place. Each qualified staff exceeds the minimum annual training requirements and receive ongoing training and continued education throughout the year.
Basic services include:
- Household Services
Intensive, ongoing services and support include:
- MH Symptom Management
- Medication Assistance
- Stress Management / Anxiety Reduction
- Coping Skills
- Assistance with coordination and referrals to additional treatment recommendations
- Teaching communication & conflict resolution skills
- Assistance in scheduling and attending all health-related appointments
- Household Management Skills (shopping, cooking, meal planning, cleaning, budgeting)
- Recreational & Social Activities
- Employment / Volunteering
- Community Participation
Who qualifies for Community Residential Setting services:
- Serious Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI);
- Developmental Disability (DD);
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or;
- MUST be CADI Waiver eligible.
State Medicaid Insurances
Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) Waiver
Case Manager completes the pre-screening, CRS referral form and submits to the Management Team below.
Community Residential Setting Management Team Members:
Sylvan Bay House Coordinator
HR & Licensing Manager
Spears Place House Coordinator
Crisis Residential Placement House Coordinator
Maplewood House Coordinator
Pokegama House Coordinator
Siseebakwet Ranch House Coordinator
Riverside Place Coordinator