The Behavioral Health Unit staff of Isanti County Family Services provide services related to Child Mental Health, Adult Mental Health and Adult Foster Care Licensing.
The mental health programs each serve residents of Isanti County who may be experiencing concerns with their mental health. Social Workers work with the individual or the child and their parent(s) to address those concerns by connecting them with community resources, assisting in coordinating those services within a plan of care, and then monitoring those services to ensure they are meeting their needs.
The Adult Foster Care Licensing Social Worker assists county residents who are interested in becoming a licensed adult foster care provider and then monitors and assists those providers in maintaining the license per Minnesota rules and statutes.
More details on each program can be found on the individual pages of the Behavioral Health Unit by clicking the appropriate navigation links to the left.
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