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Children’s Minnesota opens new mental health day treatment program in Roseville

Annually, the Roseville PHP is expected to care for approximately 350 children between the ages of 6 and 18, if they are attending high school. It’s one of the few programs providing this level acute mental health care to children as young as 6 years old in the east metro.

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Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) is now available at two locations:

Securian Financial donates $1 million to Children’s Minnesota for new inpatient mental health unit

The 22-bed unit at the health system’s St. Paul hospital is expected to serve kids and teens beginning in the fall. Securian Financial’s principal gift is the first corporate commitment to the mental health program at Children’s Minnesota.

Children’s Minnesota to open new mental health day program for children and teens in Roseville

As its latest investment in mental health services for children and teens, Children’s Minnesota is announcing plans to open a second partial hospitalization program (PHP) in Roseville in early 2023.

Children’s Minnesota hosts Gov. Tim Walz for bill signing and tour of future inpatient mental health unit

Children’s Minnesota welcomed Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz to its St. Paul hospital to tour construction of its first inpatient mental health unit. Following the tour, Gov. Walz ceremonially signed mental health legislation that included a bill providing 22 bed licenses for the unit, expected to serve kids and teens this fall.

Tips for kids and parents to address mental health concerns linked to social media use

During Mental Health Awareness Month in May, Dr. Katy Miller, adolescent health specialist at Children’s Minnesota, broke down some of the key mental health concerns tied to social media.

Dr. Gigi Chawla discusses future of pediatric care at U.S. News and World Report webinar

. “How Children’s hospitals can plan for the future of pediatric care and COVID-19” explored what children’s hospitals have learned since the pandemic began in the spring of 2020.

Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd and Jamie Winter named 2022 Health Care Heroes by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

Children’s Minnesota kid experts, Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd (they/she), chief education officer and medical director of the Gender Health program, and Jamie Winter (she/her), RN, MBA, director of mental health services, have been recognized as 2022 Health Care Heroes by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.

Tips to support your child’s mental health during the pandemic

Kids and families have been through a lot during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help families and give them tips to support their child’s mental health and well-being, we talked with Dr. Sarah Jerstad, clinical director of psychological services at Children’s Minnesota.

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Children’s Minnesota to open its first inpatient mental health center at its St. Paul hospital

The new inpatient center will be the first in the east metro to treat kids under 12 years old and will be able to serve children with other complex medical conditions.