2015 Exhibitor List

2015 Exhibitor List

ResidentialServices63  –  Residential Services Inc.
Service supports include – Outpatient Psychotherapy, Equine Therapy, In Home Children and Family Support Services, Respite, Child Foster Care, Adult Foster Care.  RSI was established in 1978, supporting people of all abilities.     Anyone with any level of disability can be supported successfully in the community. RSI was founded on that belief, and it continues to guide everything we do. We strive to provide innovative supports that allow people to live meaningful lives.

HeartlandKidz47A – Heartland Kids
Heartland Kids provides Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports through the MN-DHS CTSS program.  We provide office-based therapy as well as home based skills training with mental health practitioners and home based mental health behavioral aide services.  We have offices in Duluth and Hibbing.

accurate_logo_tag_b+w7 –  Accurate Home Care
Accurate Home Care provides comprehensive home health care services to patients of all ages and care requirements. Accurate Home Care strives to be the best fit for clients by adhering to its philosophy of partnering with health care organizations, listening to patients and their families and committing to only the most skilled, compassionate employees. Our services include: Extended Hour Nursing, Skilled Nursing Visits, Therapy, HHA/PCA, Respite, Homemaking, and Mental Health Services.

Echo47B – Echo’s Healing Stones Jewelry
Hand made gemstone jewelry and gift.

mch1157A – Center for Leadership Education in maternal and Child Health
The Center for Leadership Education in Maternal and Child Public Health is committed to improving the health of children, women and families. Center faculty and staff offer a Master’s degree in Public Health (including an online degree program), continuing professional education, consultation and technical assistance to community based organizations and public health and social service agencies.

BehaviorTherapySolutions48 – Behavior Therapy Solutions of MN
Behavior Therapy Solutions of Minnesota is a mental health clinic for children, adolescents and their families, located in Woodbury, MN.

LanguageofHeart26 – Language of the Heart, LLC
Language of the Heart, LLC provides educational toys for children to “have fun with feelings,” and are geared to children birth to five with materials for adults and teachers too!

PeopleInc57 – People Incorporated Mental Health Services
People Incorporated is a nonprofit organization that serves people with mental illnesses in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul metro area. Founded in 1969, we now operate more than 60 programs including children’s programs, crisis residences, programs to help the homeless, residential programs, treatment services, case management, and in-home health services. In 2014 we served more than 7,000 people. Our annual budget is $43 million.

P19 – MHS
MHS offers intensive DBT services for individuals struggling with severe depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, relationship problems, and safety issues that require ongoing monitoring and treatment.  Our programs provide skills training designed to manage emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and crises while remaining safe in the community.  MHS collaborates with client treatment teams with the goal of long-term symptom reduction and improved mental health.

tsa logo gif25 – Therapeutic Services Agency, Inc.
Therapeutic Services Agency, Inc. is a private agency providing specialized mental health services to children, teens, individuals, couples and families. We are experienced at providing assessment, therapy, and skills training services to work with children, teens and families.  TSA has extensive experience working with families, MN’s Child Protection System, Family Preservation and Children’s Mental Health Case Management Services. TSA is a Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports provider.

5 – Mental Health School Partnerships
Minnesota Departments of Human Services, and Education, along with school partners will address questions attendees have about upcoming CTSS policy changes that affect schools and the availability of different mental health services to students.

Bethel24 – Bethel University
The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology at Bethel integrates the art and theory of counseling with a Christian worldview, preparing graduates to serve in a variety of settings, including community mental health centers, hospitals, private practice clinics, and congregational settings.   The program is also for those interested in continuing their professional education or preparing for doctoral studies in counseling, clinical psychology, and counselor education.

KidsPeace 50 – KidsPeace Mesabi Academy
KidsPeace Mesabi Academy is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Corrections and is a member of the Minnesota Counsel of Child Caring Agencies (MCCCA).  The facility offers services for delinquent and non-delinquent youth ages 10 – 18. All programs address issues related to community protection, accountability and competency development.  Programs include:  Diagnostic Evaluations  Residential program   •Sexual Issues program  •Specialized Program (lower IQ)  •Chemical Dependency Program  •Secure

11 – Disability Determination Services
MN Disability Determination Services is a state agency that completes the Social Security Disability decision using medical evidence from the claimant’s hospital, clinics or other institutions. We work with clinics and hospitals nationwide to ensure that medical records are requested and returned in the quickest and most efficient way possible.

Cornerstone1cLogo22 – Nexus
Nexus is a national nonprofit organization that helps youth rehabilitate and reintegrate through a continuum of diversified services from residential programs to in-home counseling. We offer residential treatment programs, group home living programs, transitional living programs, treatment foster care, inpatient acute psychiatric care, in-home counseling services, alternative to residential treatment services, adoption, referrals to other treatment providers, and ongoing support.

SchoolSocialWorkers20 – Minnesota School Social Workers Association
The Minnesota School Social Workers Association (MSSWA) is a politically responsive, state wide organization committed to the improvement of the school social work profession and to the well being of children and their families. This is accomplished by networking with other professional organizations, providing leadership, gathering and disseminating information and advocating for children.

ParkNicollet Meltrose30 – Park Nicollet Melrose Center
For more than 25 years Park Nicollet Melrose Center has helped treat and heal patients and families struggling with all types of eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating.  Our personalized and innovative treatment includes treating males and females of all ages, eating disorders and diabetes, eating disorders and chemical dependency and athletes with eating disorders in outpatient, inpatient and residential settings. Let us help you rediscover how amazing you are.

P32 – PATHThank you Bag Sponsor!
PATH is a private non-profit child and family services agency.
Families Making the Difference

DisabilitySpecialists49 – Disability Specialists
Trust. Experience. Success. A national leader paving the way to winning your Social Security disability claim. Disability Specialists has won thousands of disability claims for people unable to sustain any full time job because of severe physical or mental disorders that will last at least a year. Disability Specialists is by your side at every step of the claim including the initial application, reconsideration step, administrative law hearings, Appeals Council, and US Federal Court.

PrairieStJohn33 – Prairie St. John’s
Prairie St. John’s is a 94-inpatient bed facility providing mental health and chemical dependency services for children, adolescents and adults.  We also offer a full psychiatric and addiction continuum of care beyond inpatient, which includes partial hospitalization, residential treatment, intensive outpatient services and clinic services.

53 – University of Minnesota Duluth Department of Social Work    www.d.umn.edu/sw/
The University of Minnesota Duluth prepares Bachelor of Social Work generalists and Master of Social Work advanced generalists for practice in a variety of human service settings. The programs offer clinical content hours, hybrid online classes, an advanced standing MSW program, child welfare focus, a special commitment to American Indians with strong linkages to the American Indian Community and specialized course content in small student centered classes.

46 – Little Sand Group Home    www.littlesandgrouphome.com
Established in 1976, Little Sand Group Homes is a private, non-profit group residential facility providing temporary care and treatment for female adolescents, ages 11-17. Little Sand Group Homes’ programming is behavioral, cognitive and insight-based and has been developed through the utilization of many professional resources over the years.

6 – Paragon Billing, LLC    http://www.mentalhealthbilling.com
Mental Health Billing and EHR services

31 – LifeSpan of Minnesota, Inc    www.lifespanmn.com
Children’s Mental Health Services – Day Treatment

35 & 36 – Essentia Health    EssentiaHealth.org
Essentia Health is an integrated health system of clinics, hospitals, pharmacies and therapy centers. For you, that means no matter where you see us we can access your medical records to treat you with personalized, high quality care. Our mission is to make a healthy difference in people’s lives. We promise to be “Here with You” close to your home.

45 – Leo A. Hoffmann Center, Inc.    www.hoffmanncenter.org
Residential treatment services for adolescent boys between the ages of 11-18 who have been involved in inappropriate sexual behaviors along with emotional and behavioral difficulties. We also work with cognitively developmentally delayed young boys between the ages of 11-18.

52 – North Homes Children and Family Services    www.northhomesinc.org
Adoption, Foster Care, In-Home Services, Chemical Health Assessment & Outpatient Treatment, Mental Health Assessment & Counseling Center, CTSS, Medication Management, Residential Treatment Cottage, Boys Program, Boy’s Teens In Transition, Girls Program, Girls Teens In Transition, Culture & Diversity, School Based Services, Next Step Program, ITASKIN Center: Stabilization Shelter Unit, 35 Day Evaluation, Detention Center, Intensive Residential Treatment

60 – Blue Cross Blue Shield of MN    www.bluecrossmn.com
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota is a licensed health company dedicated to bringing quality and innovation to managed care. Blue Plus is a nonprofit affiliate of Blue Cross. Since 1993, Blue Plus has had a contract with the Minnesota DHS to deliver and administer Public Programs.

54 – Accra Care    www.accracare.org
Accra Care provides PCA services along with Home Health, Assisted Living and other waivered services in all 87 Minnesota counties.

8 – Children’s Grief Connection    Www.childrensgriefconnection.com
Providing hope and healing to families who have had a loved one die and individualized programming for schools and communities who have had a significant loss.

37 – Meebie/Orkid Toys    http://www.orkidtoys.com
Meebie is a natural way to express, identify and learn about emotions.  Big, soft and comforting, Meebie comes with a set of swappable facial parts, that allow for unlimited expression.  Valued by adults and children alike, Meebie has become a staple in many therapy offices and schools.  Meebie is durable and washable!  Parents and educators recently selected Meebie a Creative Child Magazine 2014 Plush Toy of the Year.

34 – Center for Inclusive Child Care    www.inclusivechildcare.org
We provide resources and  technical assistance to early childhood educators and parents about inclusive child care for children with special needs.

42 – Sequel Youth and Family Services    www.sequelyouthservices.com
Sequel Youth and Family Services is a privately owned company that develops and operates programs for individuals with behavioral, emotional, or physical challenges.  Our residential treatment options include but are not limited to our three Iowa programs: Forest Ridge, Woodward Academy and Clarinda Academy. We strive to prepare our clients to lead responsible and fulfilling lives by providing mentoring, education, and living support within a safe, structured environment

10 – Family Innovations, Inc.    www.familyinnovations.com
Family Innovations, Inc. is a counseling services provider that offers therapy to children, adults, couples and families affected by a number of mental health issues. We have nine locations in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. In addition, we provide ARMHS & home-based mental health services across the Twin Cities.

12 – Options Family and Behavior Services    www.optionsfamily.com
Options Family & Behavior Services, Inc. is dedicated to providing a person-centered therapeutic rehabilitation journey to all individuals and their families with mental illness, chemical dependency and/or brain injuries.

55 – Headway Emotional Health Services    www.headway.org
Headway Emotional Health Services is a comprehensive mental health and human services organization helping individuals and families in the Twin Cities.  We are a diverse team of more than 150 therapists, psychiatrists, case workers, mental health professionals and administrative staff dedicated to helping people in emotional distress transform their lives by providing hope, healing and empowerment through treatment, intervention and education.

3 – Argosy University, Twin Cities    www.argosy.edu
Argosy University, Twin Cities offers professional certificate programs, as well as doctoral, master’s, and bachelor’s degrees in Psychology, Behavioral Sciences, Education, Business, Health Sciences, and Undergraduate Studies.

1 – Procentive    www.procentive.com
Procentive develops and offers EHR, practice management software and billing services for mental, behavioral and chemical health.    Our clients are the basis for the ongoing refinement of our practice management software that, feature-for-feature, offers the best value in the market.    Contact us to discuss your practice and receive a demo.

21 – REM Minnesota    www.remminnesota.com
REM Minnesota has been providing service options for people with disabilities since 1967.  We have established a reputation for providing flexible service and support options that are responsive to the needs of individuals, families and counties.  Our personalized approach maximizes each person’s unique efforts to live, work and pursue activities in the community, according to their own interests.  Our commitment is to help people live life to the fullest in the communities that they call home.

41 – Cambia Hills, a program of Woodland Hills    www.cambiahills.org
Cambia Hills, a mental health services division of Woodland Hills, provides supportive services, structure and skills development in day treatment and residential settings for youth ages 12 to 17. Cambia Hills assists youth experiencing anxiety, depression, self-harm behaviors, trauma and similar mental health challenges. The program accepts private referrals and works directly with families, medical providers, schools, and social service agencies. Visit our booth to learn more.

59 – MN Prevention Resource Center    www.mnprc.org
The Minnesota Prevention Resource Center’s mission is to reduce problems resulting from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs by enhancing the capacity of people interested in preventing these problems.  We are a project of Community Partnership with Youth and Families and supported through a major grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division.

13 – Nystrom & Associates, Ltd.    www.nystromcounseling.com
Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. is a state licensed outpatient mental health and chemical dependency clinic with offices in Duluth, Baxter, Otsego, Maple Grove, Coon Rapids, New Brighton, Woodbury, Apple Valley, and Eden Prairie.  Services provided include psychiatry (ages 4+), therapy, DBT for adolescents and adults, psychological testing, CTSS, ARMHS, nutritional counseling and dual disorder chemical dependency treatment. We accept MA, PMAP, commercial insurance and Medicare.

14 – St. Kate’s – St. Thomas School of Social Work    www.stthomas.edu/socialwork
The St. Kate’s – St. Thomas School of Social Work is ranked in the top 25 percent of programs nationally. Our Master’s Degree in Social Work has been exclusively focused on clinical social work practice for 25 years and provides multiple completion options. Our new online Doctorate in Social Work focuses on Education as Practice, preparing graduates to teach and lead in the social work profession.

62 – Minnesota Autism Center    www.mnautism.org
MAC is a non-profit company that provides ABA services to ASD clients ages 2-21 throughout Minnesota.

61 – Conference Connections Bookstore
Come see the newest books, resources and gift items now available from over 100 publishers specializing in children’s and adolescent mental health. Keynote and workshop leaders books available as well. Relax, Read and Retool at the Conference Connections Bookstore.

18 – Anu Family Services    www.anufs.org
Since 1992, Anu Family Services has been a leading innovator, delivering high quality outcomes in treatment foster care, permanency services, parent coaching, training & consultation services. Children, families, parents and professionals depend on Anu to be on the cutting edge of providing support and interventions that ensure safety, lead a path to permanency and promote greater well-being. At Anu, we work hard every day to create permanent connections to loving and stable families.

51 – Help Me Grow    helpmegrowmn.org
Help Me Grow is a state-wide referral system for parents and professionals to access when there are concerns with a child’s development or due to a medical diagnosis.  It is the point of entry for Early Intervention services in the public schools.  Confidential screenings and evaluations are offered year round for children under the age of three.  Services are free of charge to families and can be provided in the home, childcare or community settings.

17 – University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital    www.uofmchildrenshospital.org
Full range of mental health, substance abuse and dual diagnosis programs for ages 4 – 55+ including inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, day outpatient and intensive outpatient.

23 – Cookie Lee Jewelry by Amy Wielinski    www.cookielee.biz/amywielinski
High Fashion jewelry at affordable prices.

58 – University of St. Thomas, College of Education, Leadership and Counseling    www.stthomas.edu
Graduate Education in Counseling Psychology, Special Education, Public Policy.  Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services.

67 – Silver Sponsor – PrairieCare    www.prairie-care.com
PrairieCare provides each individual patient the psychiatric care they truly need.  PrairieCare is devoted to offering comprehensive and integrated psychiatric services for all ages, including both inpatient and outpatient options for patient care with locations in Chaska, Edina, Maple Grove, Rochester, and Woodbury.

4 – NAMI Minnesota    http://www.namihelps.org/
NAMI Minnesota champions justice, dignity, and respect for all people affected by mental illnesses. Through education, support, and advocacy we strive to eliminate the pervasive stigma of mental illnesses, effect positive changes in the mental health system, and increase the public and professional understanding of mental illnesses.

64 – Silver Sponsor Qualifacts Systems, Inc.    www.qualifacts.com
Qualifacts is the largest Cloud provider of EHR and billing systems for behavioral health and human services providers. Qualifacts’ CareLogic Enterprise is Stage 2 Meaningful Use Certified and includes comprehensive, integrated clinical, financial, reporting and administrative information management capabilities. Qualifacts recently launched CareLogic IMPACT, a comprehensive outcomes management tool that integrates dozens of standardized instruments into the clinical workflow.

29 – Partners In Excellence    www.partnersmn.com
Partners In Excellence is a center based therapy program for the treatment of children ages 1-10 diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.       We offer 3 locations in Minnesota; Burnsville, Edina and North St. Paul and our 4th location is in LaCrosse, WI.

43 – Volunteers of America    voamn.org
Non-profit organization offering a wide variety of services and a continuum of treatment and stabilization for youths with emotional and behavioral problems

39 – The Emily Program    http://www.emilyprogram.com/
Since 1993, our experienced multidisciplinary staff has provided exceptional care for individuals struggling with eating disorders and related issues – including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, compulsive overeating, binge eating disorder, compulsive exercise, and related mental health concerns.  Conveniently located, we have everything you need – including Residential, IDP, IOP, Outpatient Services, and more – with care that’s warm, welcoming, and works for you.

2 – WINGS    www.wingsats.com
WINGS is a residential treatment center offering treatment for chemical addiction and mental health issues to male and female clients ages 13-18. Our programming includes group therapy, lectures, individual counseling, family therapy, on-site schooling and recreation opportunities.

27 – CASA MN (Court Appointed Special Advocates) For Children    www.casamn.org
CASA MN supplements the recruitment, training and retention of volunteer Guardians ad Litem in the Minnesota GAL programs. A Guardian ad Litem is a court appointed advocate who looks out for the best interests of abused and neglected children in child welfare proceedings. Our mission is “To support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocates to ensure every abused and neglected child in Minnesota has a safe, stable and permanent family.”

56 – McLeod Treatment Programs, Inc.    www.mcleodtreatmentprograms.org
McLeod Treatment Programs, Inc. operates 3 programs in Hutchinson, MN.  Franklin House and Sheppard House provide therapeutic group home services to children, ages 5-18, with emotional and behavioral issues.  Our Visitation Exchange Center provides families, undergoing family dissolution, a safe environment in which they are able to visit each other in a supervised setting by trained visitation monitors.

9 – Northwood Children’s Services    www.northwoodchildren.org    Northwood Children’s Services is an agency that provides professional care, education, and treatment for boys and girls with emotional, behavioral, and learning disabilities. Northwood offers residential and day treatment, diagnostic and assessment services, family mental health services, community based services, and therapeutic foster care.

16 – Whole Person Associates    www.wholeperson.com
Leading publisher of interactive resources for therapists, counselors, and other professionals to use with teens and children addressing mental health issues, life skills, stress management and wellness promotion. Most products include reproducible activities, assessments, and educational handouts. Featured at our booth is our landmark Teen  Mental Health & Life Skills Workbook Series.

44 – 1000 Petals LLC    www.1000-petals.com
1000 Petals LLC offers training and consultation to social workers, educators, therapists, OT/PT and other related service providers on how to integrate yoga based movement, mindfulness, and social/emotional skills into classrooms and therapeutic settings.  Our products consist of books, CD’s, posters and other tools to teach the science and practice of mindfulness and movement.

40 – Human Development Center    humandevelopmentcenter.org
HDC’s Children and Family Program provides mental health services for children and their families in a child friendly atmosphere utilizing evidence based practices.  These services include therapy, case management, CTSS, PCIT, and trauma focused care.  We provide services for children of all ages, infancy through young adult.  Services are provided in an integrated manner with the family when appropriate.

28 – Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health – MACMH    www.macmh.org
Education and advocacy organization.

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