Stellher Human Services provides a full array of mental health services to residents of northern Minnesota.
Children's Therapeutic Services & Supports Provider
Stellher is a CTSS (Children's Therapeutic Services & Supports) Provider certified by the Minnesota Department of Human Services providing services in schools and communities in the counties of Becker, Beltrami, Cass, Clearwater, Hubbard, Mahnomen and Wadena. Stellher is also CTSS certified in Koochiching and Ottertail Counties.
In-Home Mental Health Services, both CTSS and professional services are provided by contracts with Becker, Cass, Clearwater and Hubbard Counties.
Overview of Our Team
Mental health professionals employed by Stellher Human Services provide clinical supervision and direct services in school-based settings, in homes and at an outpatient clinics in Bemidji and Detroit Lakes. Licensed therapists see outpatient clients on a fee-for-service appointment basis in Bemidji and Detroit Lakes. Learn more about our team of professionals.
About Our Programs
Stellher's Early Childhood Mental Health Program offers an array of services to infants, toddlers, pre-K children and their families in various settings.
Through various grants from the Minnesota Department of Human Services, the Northwest Minnesota Foundation and Prime West Health Systems, Stellher has developed programs such as filial therapy, and has trained staff competent to provide DC:0-03R Diagnostic Assessments, Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), multi-family group therapy, and evidence-based treatment in both in-home and outpatient settings.
Children's Crisis Hotline
Through a grant with the State of Minnesota, Stellher offers a 24-hour, 7-day per week children’s and adolescent crisis service which offers face-to-face response to crisis calls from families, hospitals, law enforcement or community organizations to the residents of Beltrami County, Red Lake Indian Reservation, Clearwater County and Hubbard Counties.
School-Based Interventionists offer preventive mental health services to K-12 students in schools contracting with Stellher Human Services. Funding is provided by special education funds, county-based mental health collaboratives, school districts and counties.