Services

Services 2018-10-19T13:00:26+00:00

Northern Opportunity Works
Peer Support Specialist Program
ARMHS
Membership Program
Behavioral Health Home Program
Wellness Advocacy Program

Promoting Hope and Recovery through Mutual Respect, Trust, and Empowerment.
Providing a Horizon of Hope for Recovery through Mental Health Support and Understanding.
Emphasizing Respect, Safety, Empowerment, Discovery, Hope, and Trust.


Northern Opportunity Works

Northern Opportunity Works (NOW) is an affiliate of Northland Counseling Center that offers vocational rehabilitation services to persons 18 years and older who have serious and persistent mental illness. We assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining suitable employment based on their personal strengths and preferences.
Read more about the NOW Program

Promoting Hope and Recovery through Mutual Respect, Trust, and Empowerment.


Peer Support Specialist Program

A peer support specialist works as a team member to address feelings of stigma, social isolation, personal loss and other mental health barriers by modeling wellness and demonstrating personal responsibility, self-advocacy and hopefulness throughout the recovery journey.
By sharing perspectives of their lived mental health experiences, a peer support specialist builds a relationship and focuses on the strengths and potential of each person along the path of recovery.
PSS services can be provided wherever life happens—in the home, in the community or at our office. Services are a Medicaid billable. Our PSS team members are State Certified Peer Specialists.
Read more about the Peer Support Specialist Program

“Once you choose Hope, anything is possible” –Christopher Reeves


ARMHS

Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) are mental health services which are rehabilitative and enable the recipient to develop and enhance life skills affected by mental illness symptoms.
Read more about ARMHS

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson

Membership Program

Kiesler is a peer driven community support program for adults recovering from mental illness in Itasca County. It is a place for member to gain self-esteem, job skills and a place to belong. Members and staff work side by side to manage the daily activities and maintenance at the building. Members have the opportunity to socialize, gain work skills, build friendships, gain cooking skills, and much more. There is no insurance coverage, fee, or any other financial source needed to become a member.
Read more about becoming a member at Kiesler


“Success is not final, Failure is not Fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts.” –Winston Churchill

On-Site Therapeutic Service

We are proud to provide opportunities for our community members to meet with NCC Therapists and Counselors right here at Kiesler Wellness Center.




Butterfly Club

Members can bring their children with them to the wellness center and be provided with short term childcare while they access programs and services on site. The service is free, but must be pre-arranged. Our Butterfly Club is also open for parents/guardians to have free play together Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

 

Crisis Services H.O.P.E.
Hold on, Pain Ends

Behavioral Health Urgent Care
Mental Health Emergencies May Include:
• An increase in anxiety and depression
• Suicidal Thoughts
• Self-harm urges and behaviors
• Thinking patterns that have drastically changed
• Uncontrollable worry
• Struggling with grief and loss
• An increase in anger
• Coping with unexpected stressful events

Services available for all ages!