Anishinaabe Seven Teachings
We are committed to providing holistic (mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical) services which honor, promote, and support the well-being of Anishinaabe people.
- One-on-one Therapy
- Diagnostic Assessment
- Medication Management and Monitoring
- Outreach Case Management
- Family Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- ARMHS (Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services)
- CTSS (Children’s Therapeutic Support and Services)
- Children’s Mental Health Services (specialized for ages 0-5 years of age.
- Domestic Violence Re-Education Groups
Each new recipient is required to meet with a therapist to complete a Diagnostic Assessment.
Anyone who has been determined to be eligible to receive services through Indian Health Service. Service recipients can be referred by a medical provider or medical facility, court-ordered, and/or self referred.
It is the recipient’s responsibility to contact the program to arrange needed transportation, cancel appointments as well as to reschedule if needed.
Insurance card, if you have one.
- All recipients must first complete an intake packet and return it to the Administrative Assistant before initial appointment. Intake packet includes:
- Consent for Treatment form
- Insurance information (insurance NOT necessary)
- Shared Information form
- Problem Checklist form (2 pages)
- Receipt of Clients Rights/Responsibilities
- Data Privacy
- Legal Requirements & Consequences
- Therapist’s Competence
- Listing of other Mental Health Resources available in the area.
- When intake packet is completed and returned to the Administrative Assistant, an
appointment will be scheduled at the earliest appointment possible time
- Service recipient will be sent an appointment reminder