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Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center provides inpatient and transitional services to patients with severe mental illness and chemical dependency from the eight-county Twin Cities metropolitan area (Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne and Washington County).
- A 200-bed inpatient mental health facility, Anoka - Info: 651-431-5000
- A 28-bed chemical dependency center, Anoka - Info: 651-431-5250
Outpatient Chemical Dependency Treatment, Anoka - Info: 651-431-5254
- Two 16-bed community based facilities
- Transitional community support program
- Mental health services. Individualized treatment designed to assist patients in reaching and maintaining psychiatric stability and in developing the necessary skills and supports to succeed in community settings. Services are provided in the inpatient psychiatric facility and in two community-based apartment buildings.
- Chemical health services. Inpatient and outpatient services, including mental illness/chemical dependency services.
- Sub-acute detoxification services for people in Anoka County who require help or supervision while going through detoxification.
- Community transition services. A multi-disciplinary team of AMRTC staff provide services to discharged patients who have experienced long or frequent regional treatment center hospitalizations and who require help in leaving the facility and/or in remaining in the community.
- Mental Health Initiatives. AMRTC employees work in teams with county staff and private providers to support individuals with severe and persistent mental illness in succeeding in the community.
A wide variety of training opportunities are available to professionals and paraprofessionals. Training is provided through classroom education, computer-based training and video conferencing. The education department sponsors seminars and grand rounds for medical staff and coordinates lectures for University of Minnesota medical students.