First Nation’s CTSS program is part of a holistic approach toward promoting health and harmony among communities that traditionally are underserved by health systems.
Our focus on the Native American community has led to a fundamental value of cultural competence in our organization and initiatives. Our CTSS staff includes culturally-competent behavior professionals and analysts who work with individuals, families and communities to positively affect young people’s lives.
Services include individual, family and group psychotherapy, specialized skills training, crisis assistance and behavioral aide services to help bring stability for families and their environments.
As a family-centric, culturally appropriate program, First Nation’s CTSS puts in place supports to restore the basic functioning of children and youth experiencing emotional disturbance and mental health impairments. We work in collaboration with a youth’s extended family and community and all other stakeholders having a vested interest in the success of the youth.
Our highly trained and culturally competent multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals, practitioners and behavioral aides provide CTSS services in the home, at school, and on or off the reservations.
We accept referrals from family members, county social service agencies, case managers, schools, probation officers, social workers, public health nurses, physicians, and other mental health professionals.
Minneapolis – 612-871-3700