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Mental Health Overview

North Homes provides mental health services in all of our school buildings during the school year. 

School-based mental health services strengthen students and their families through prevention and intervention within a school setting. For eligible students, a mental health professional will meet with the student and family to formulate goals in conjunction with feedback from school professionals. Students may receive individual, family, and/or group therapy directed towards changing and reducing symptoms of a mental health condition aimed at improving functioning at home, school, and in the community.

If you are interested in setting up services within the Mahtomedi School District please contact Lindsay Leemann by phone (218) 244 - 7241 or email lindsay.leemann@northhomes.org. She will direct you to the provider in your child's respective school. They will then walk you through the referral and intake process.

Close to 100 families and staff members from Mahtomedi Public Schools gathered on October 15, 2019 to discuss mental health. The conversation was part of the Zephyr Wellness series and is an opportunity for families and staff to earn, grow, and support each other on wellness issues. Presenters discussed the difference between age-appropriate expected behaviors and common behavioral signs that may benefit from professional mental health support. The presenters also gave an overview involving how to access mental health supports in Washington County and at Mahtomedi Public Schools. Members of the Mahtomedi High School Student Leadership Council assisted in the free childcare program so parents could attend the event.

Resources from the Event: Google Slides Presentation and Wellness Resources at Mahtomedi Public Schools

Click here for a document regarding Children's Mental Health and steps to take if you feel you're child and family could benefit from Mental Health Services. If you have any questions regarding the service at Mahtomedi Public Schools or are interested in receiving services, please contact Ms. Leeman.

Additional Mental Health Resources

*CRISIS TEXT LINE: Text MN to 741741

*Washington County Crisis Response: 651-275-7400 or email crisisresponse@co.washington.mn.us

Mental Health Therapy/Treatment:

*Canvas Health


Oakdale Location: (651) 777 - 5222

Stillwater Location: (651) 777 - 5222

*Prairie Care


Maplewood Location: (952) 737-4500

Woodbury Location: (651) 259-9710

*Life Stance Health (formerly Family Innovations)


Stillwater Location:(651) 383-4800

Maplewood Location: (651) 748-5019

*Embolden You


Mahtomedi Location: Contact Information on Website

*Nystrom and Associates


Clinic Locations: Cottage Grove, Hugo, Maplewood, Stillwater, Woodbury

Contact #: 1-844-697-8766


Our Mission

The mission of the Mahtomedi School District, the unified community of courageous hearts and curious minds dedicated to inspiring personal excellence, is to ensure that each student is a bold agent of learning who successfully pursues their passions while advancing the greater good, through a vital system distinguished by:

  • environments that inspire curiosity
  • an inclusive learning community
  • an array of exceptional learning experiences
  • teaching and learning that imparts a global view
  • culture of empathy that empowers the whole person

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