Mental health is all around us, but what exactly is mental health? Mental health is a person’s general sense of emotional, psychological, and cognitive wellbeing.
NEWS & EVENTS
Northwestern Mental Health Center welcomes Brenda Pauley-Colter, OTR/L, MS as the agency’s new Chief Clinical Transformation Officer. Brenda brings more than 25 years of experience
Crookston Times – Psychiatric medication management services, through a University of Minnesota Crookston collaborative agreement with the Northwest Mental Health Center (NWMHC) will begin March
Northwestern Mental Health Center (NWMHC) selected Jason Russell, MBA, as the new Chief Strategy Officer. Jason’s work will focus on long-term strategies for sustainability, improved
The 5th Annual Ride the Wind for Wendy event in memory of Wendy (Shereck) Reitmeier took place on August 29, 2020. Wendy was tragically killed
This year’s theme is SOCIAL WORKERS ARE ESSENTIAL Each day more than 700,000 social workers nationwide make life better for others. They empower people, giving
What is a home? For some people, it’s more than the place we live. It’s the place we go for comfort after a long day.
Crookston, Minnesota – Since the pandemic arrived in our world, we’ve all had to make changes to our daily routines and how we live. Northwestern
Learning how to cope during particularly stressful events in life—and we all experience them—isn’t one of those instinctual mechanisms our brains came equipped to handle.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 1, 2020) – The National Council for Behavioral Health is pleased to announce the results of its recent Board elections. The National
Written By: Adam Kurtz, Grand Forks Herald | Jun 15th 2020 – 2pm. Movement to make rapid changes permanent is being pushed forward at the state and federal
When reflecting on the past several months and weeks, there is a flood of thoughts, feelings, and emotions so complex, it is hard to put
If you’re like most people, you rely on your car to get you to the grocery store, drop off the kids, and do all the
Written by Chris Green, MSW, LICSW Throughout history, people have experienced life disturbing events, both personally and as a community. The way we talk about
Northwestern Mental Health Center (NWMHC) has been recognized for its invaluable contributions to the behavioral health care field by The National Council for Behavioral Health.
On April 4, 2020, Northwestern Mental Health Center was notified of water within our East Grand Forks clinic location due to leakage from the roof. Clinic
For the last three weeks, we start each day thinking, “Today things are going to stabilize. Today we’ll hit a plateau.” But for the past
Psychology Today – In the last few weeks, with the coronavirus making its rounds around the world, there is more uncertainty as to what we’ll be doing in
As the world works diligently to manage and reduce the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), Northwestern Mental Health Center (NWMHC) is taking steps aligned
As Coronavirus progresses closer to home, fear and anxiety about the outbreak can be overwhelming. It’s important to acknowledge the impact it has on our
By Natalina Sents2/12/2020 Successful Farming – Let’s face it, transitioning to a niche market or picking up more work is not a solution for every farmer facing
New Procedures for Medication Management Appointments Northwestern Mental Health Center is developing processes that will increase access to services for existing and new clients in
By Carol Ryan Dumas Capital Press – Not many people like stress, but it was the center of conversation at Saturday’s Women in Agriculture Conference, hosted by
Crookston Times – On the heels of a historically bad and/or difficult 2019 harvest, area farmers and their significant others were invited to “Coffee, Conversation and Community
INFORUM – As Brenda Mack looks over the sugar beet field she helps farm, she’s reminded of the tough times she and husband Trent Brekken have
Grand Forks Herald – Farmers and their significant others are invited to visit over coffee at events in Crookston and East Grand Forks on Saturday. The
We would like to invite our area farmers and farm couples to join us for coffee and conversation on Saturday, December 14, 2019. We will be
Elizabeth (Lizzie) Murphy has joined Northwestern Mental Health Center (NWMHC). Lizzie will serve as a psychiatric provider for children ages 6-18 years old. “I enjoy working
Crookston Times – CHS, Inc. provides $2,000 contribution through its ‘Seeds of Stewardship’ initiative. For months the mission has been established and laudable, and stakeholders and
Are you caring for an elderly loved one or a loved one with a disability? NWMHC is excited to partner with Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota to
By Mike AndersonPosted Jan 26, 2018 It is an almost inconceivable fact that as of 2016, Minnesota ranked 50th in the nation in regard to
For more than 30 years, Riverview Health has recognized individuals, groups, and programs with the Reaching Out to Serve Award. The award is given to