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2312 Snelling Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

(612) 874-6409
(612) 874-0157 (fax)
info@touchstonemh.org

Gina’s Story

Gina was born with cerebral palsy, so she knew how to work with her physical limitations, but she had no idea how to handle the negative thoughts and feelings she experienced.

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Touchstone Mental Health provides an array of innovative person-centered services for people whose lives are affected by mental illnesses.

Our Mission

Touchstone Mental Health provides innovative, person-centered services that foster hope, health and well-being.

Our Vision

All people whose lives are affected by mental illness flourish with access to effective treatment, quality housing, supportive services, and communities that are inclusive and welcoming.

Our Philosophy

Recovery from mental illness and whole-person wellness starts at Touchstone Mental Health. We consider each person as a whole; integrating treatment, care and resources which support a healthy mind, body, and spirit. We are a point of reference guiding clients and community members toward recovery and well-being. We encourage each person to define their life goals— physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social, vocational and interpersonal—and we provide the tools so people achieve them. Our approach assists people with a mental illness in leading full lives in their community.

Our Values

  • Dignity and respect are cornerstones of all our interactions.
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion create a welcoming culture that reflects compassion and embraces differences.
  • Innovation, excellence and collaboration in our work helps us set the standard for mental health services and assure safe and affordable housing for the people we serve.
  • Person-centered approaches ensure that all people have the right to make informed choices about their lives.

Contact Us

2312 Snelling Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

(612) 874-6409
(612) 874-0157 (fax)
info@touchstonemh.org

Gina’s Story

Gina was born with cerebral palsy, so she knew how to work with her physical limitations, but she had no idea how to handle the negative thoughts and feelings she experienced.

Read more

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