PrairieCare offers Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) for children, adolescents, and adults. IOP is an ideal level of care for individuals struggling with symptoms of mental illness that are interfering with their daily living and are not manageable in weekly therapy or medication management. Treatment is supported by a multidisciplinary team including Psychiatrists, Therapists, Social Workers, and Advanced Nurse Practitioners (APRNs).
Intensive Outpatient Programming
- Brooklyn Park
- Advanced Practice Nurses
- Social Workers
- Psychiatric Medication Management
- Group and Individual Therapy
- Skills Building
- Symptom Management
- Art Therapy
Specialized IOP tracks include:
- Perinatal IOP at the Perinatal Mental Health Clinic for Pregnant Women & New Mothers | Brooklyn Park Medical Office Building
- Motherhood can be a difficult journey, and we are here to help women and their families understand and overcome Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs). Call our team at 612-274-7494 to speak to a Perinatal Mental Health Specialist.
- Each year, nearly 1 in 5 new mothers will experience symptoms of postpartum depression or anxiety. While over 80% of new mothers experience mood swings within the first few weeks, known as the “Baby Blues,” some new parents continue to have feelings of sadness, anger, and worry that persist for months. This can affect both new mothers and fathers/partners throughout pregnancy and the first year of being a new parent.
- First Episode Psychosis IOP | Edina
- Led by Dr. Suzanne Jasberg, the First Episode Psychosis Clinic focuses on the early assessment and treatment of people experiencing their first episode of psychosis.
- Psychotic symptoms can be caused by multiple different etiologies and are treatable.
- Young Adult IOP | Woodbury
- This online program utilizes evidence-based practices to treat symptoms in young adults experiencing difficulty transitioning into their next stages of life.
- Healthy Emotions Program IOP | Edina
- The Healthy Emotions Program (HEP) is offered year-round as an After School Intensive Outpatient Program designed for adolescents ages 12-18.
- This one-of-a-kind program was an evidence-based outcome from a research partnership with the University of Minnesota to develop, implement, and evaluate new programs founded on research-based therapy practices.
- Adapted Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (A-DBT)
- This Adapted DBT approach will benefit those with suicidality, self-injurious behavior, emotional dysregulation, mood swings, and/or struggles with interpersonal relationships, but do not demonstrate a need for 24 hour hour phone counseling options.
General Mental Health IOP Hours
- 9:00am to 12:00pm or 1:00pm to 4:00pm
- Monday through Friday
Young Adult Programs:
- 2:00pm to 5:00pm
- Monday through Friday, or 3 days a week, varies by program
- 4:00pm to 7:00pm
- Monday through Thursday
Length of Stay
- Adult: The general length of stay averages 6 to 8 weeks.
- Youth & Adolescent: The general length of stay averages 5 weeks.
Adapted Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (A-DBT)
This adapted DBT approach will benefit those with suicidality, self-injurious behavior, emotional dysregulation, mood swings, and/or struggles with interpersonal relationships, but do not demonstrate a need for 24 hour hour phone counseling options.
Young Adult IOP | Telehealth
This online program utilizes evidence-based practices to treat symptoms in young adults experiencing difficulty transitioning into their next stages of life. These problem areas include but are not limited to; college life, leaving home, online schooling, substance use, navigating the professional world, and maturing relationships. Techniques used include DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) curriculum, motivational enhancement, resilience, and skills building. Treatment is provided through group therapy comprising of skills processing, psychoeducation, and medication management.
I cannot express my gratitude enough for this program or my team. I was absolutely hopeless and broken. They changed that in me and changed my family unit. They are so good at their jobs. They have changed my life. “Job” or not they seen me before I even saw myself. That can’t be taught. That is THEM, who they are.”
I am very grateful that I was respected. Being called my preferred name and pronouns made my time in Prariecare much more bearable”
No-cost mental health screenings via phone are offered to anybody seeking psychiatric services at Prairiecare.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, counselor, physician, family, or friend – and not sure where to turn – you can call us at 952-826-8475 to help determine the best services for each individual’s needs or reach us through email by filling out this form.