TSA offers Mental Health Services for D/HH Children and Families
Supported by a grant from DHS Department of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Participants receiving mental health services are deaf, deaf/blind and hard of hearing children in the Northeast and Northwest regions of Minnesota.
D/HH Mental Health Services include:
· Diagnostic assessment
· Individual therapy
· Family therapy
· Group therapy
· Individual skill building
· Family skill building
· Group skill building
· Psychiatric consultation
· Consultation to schools and teachers
D/HH Staff is composed of highly trained mental health professionals who are fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and are familiar with deaf culture. They have a broad range of understanding about the physical and mental health needs of deaf, deaf/blind and hard of hearing children and adolescents and how these needs influence school and family.
Fees for services are billed to Medical Assistance, managed care companies, and other third party payers. We are enrolled as a provider with most insurance plans.
Grant funds are available for children and families who do not have insurance or are under-insured and need to access funding for services through a grant from the Department of Human Services Deaf and Hard of Hearing Division.
To make a referral,
please call 320-629-7600 or 218-343-6196
For more information on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Mental Health Program and Services, contact:
Jacqlyn Davoll, Program
DHS Deaf and Hard of Hearing Division
State of Minnesota
Department of Human Services
For more information or to make a referral, call:
320-629-7600 or 651-224-4114