ANICCA Day Treatment
This is a day treatment program through Carver County Health and Human Services for students in grades 7-12. ANICCA is for adolescents experiencing mental health struggles or challenges such as: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); Anxiety Disorder; Depression; Mood Disorder. Licensed and experienced staff provide mental health services such as: individual therapy; group therapy; family therapy; emotional and social skills training; mindfulness; meditation; yoga.
The program also provides parent support and education. This is not a dual diagnosis program. Any chemical dependency must be addressed, or have been previously addressed by outside services. Clients must be able to demonstrate an ability to remain free of physically aggressive behavior. Clients may be living at home or at out-of-home placement. Transportation is provided by the student's home school district during the academic year.
Location: 7808 Kerber Boulevard, Suite 215 | Chanhassen, MN
Contact: (952) 442-4437
School Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.
Calendar: SouthWest Metro
Reflections Day Treatment
Reflections Day Treatment is a structured program of intensive therapy and skill-building services in an offsite school setting. The goal is to reduce the effects of mental health symptoms. This is supported through various therapeutic interventions so that a youth can return to his or her home school as quickly as possible. Reflections serves students 10 - 19 years of age. Student enrollment is based on the clinical needs of the student through Scott County Mental Health.
Reflections addresses the mental health needs of adolescents who require intense therapeutic services but whose needs can be met without 24-hour out-of-home-care. The goals of the program are to enhance social and academic skills and to strengthen emotional health and support systems.