24/7 Crisis Line
(800) 992-1716
Crisis Center was opened
-in 1978-
One in four adults
- 61.5 million people -
Experiences mental illness in a given year
In 2013, Woodland Centers provided services to
-over 4300 people-
Woodland Centers offers a 12 week
cognitive behavior anger management
group treatment program.
20 percent of youths ages 13 to 18
-13% of people -
Experience severe mental disorders
in a given year.
ACT...Assertive Community Treatment
Started Sept. 15, 2005
Approximateley 18.1 percent of American adults
- 42 million people -
live with anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder, OCD, and PTSD
National Certification for
-Outpatient DBT-
Approximatley 60% of adults & 1/2 of youth 8-15
- with a mental illness -
received no mental health services
the previous year
Woodland Centers offers a
-Spanish speaking-
adult Psychiatrist.
Approximately 6.7 percent of American adults
- 14.8 million people -
LIVE WITH MAJOR DEPRESSION.
Drop in Centers with goal to
inspire, provide hope and support people
in taking action towards their wellness through education leisure opportunities.
Mood disorders such as depression are in the third most common cause
- of hospitalization -
in the U.S. for both youth and adults 18 - 44
School Linked Mental Health provides service for
17 different school districts.
Individuals living with serious
mental illness face an
- increased risk -
of having cronic medical conditions.
Woodland Centers is certified in
Youth Mental Health First Aid
Suicide is the tenth leading cause
of death in the U.S. and
3rd leading cause of death 15 - 24

Welcome to Woodland Centers

    A non-profit organization, Woodland Centers focuses its efforts on providing comprehensive mental health services to meet varied community needs. In 1958, Woodland Centers became the first community mental health program to begin operating as a result of the Minnesota Community Mental Health Act. We have offices in the counties of Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Lac qui Parle, Meeker, Renville, and Swift.

    Woodland Centers works in collaboration with county, school, court and corrections, health care, and many other professionals throughout the community. Throughout the years, Woodland Centers has responded with different programs designed to address specific concerns.

    Woodland Centers remains committed to creating, modifying, and maintain services for the communities it serves.