Northeast Metro 916 provides educational services to students experiencing mental health crises who receive care in hospitals or mental health treatment centers. This helps ensure that each student does not lose track of their educational goals while they are receiving treatment outside of their home schools.

Aris

Ages 5 – 18
7616 Currell Blvd #100
Woodbury, MN 55125 (map)

(p): 651-259-9750
(f): 651-259-9790
(e): info@aris-clinic.com
(w): website

Photo of Aris student

Aris Clinic provides outpatient clinic psychiatry services as well as an intensive outpatient program for children and adolescents struggling with emotional and behavioral health needs. Northeast Metro 916 provides the educational services to the children and youth in the care of Aris; every therapeutic hour and school hour attended is counted towards school credits. Together, 916 and Aris do all that we can to ensure our patients’ improvement and transition back to a healthy, stable and productive life.

School leadership
Ann Peterson
Principal
(p): 651-415-5543
(e): apeterso@916schools.org


Cambia Hills

Ages 6-17
Will open during the 2019-20 school year
900 189th Ave NE
East Bethel, MN 55011 (map)
(w): View website

Photo of Cambia Hills student

Cambia Hills East Bethel will be a children’s mental health facility that will provide a range of comprehensive services to treat the psychiatric condition of youth on an inpatient basis under the direction of a physician – often times it may be referred to as a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF). The goal of Cambia Hills is to improve the student’s condition or prevent further regression so that the student can eventually re-integrate into their community.

School leadership
Tammy Bednar
Principal/Manager
(p): 651-415-6501
(e): tbednar@916schools.org


Karuna

Grades 6-12
The Emily Program
576 Bielenberg Drive, Suite 250
Woodbury, MN 55125 (map)

(p): 651-645-5323
(f): 651-348-3355
(w): website

Photo of Karuna student

The Emily Program offers compassionate and personalized care that leads to recovery from eating disorders. The staff there have many years of experience treating teens and young adults struggling with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, compulsive eating, and related mental health conditions, including substance use disorders. Northeast Metro 916 provides the educational services to children and youth in the outpatient program at the Woodbury location.

School leadership
Ann Peterson
Principal
(p): 651-415-5543
(e): apeterso@916schools.org


The Willows

Ages 13-18
Avanti Center for Girls
10300 Flanders St NE
Blaine, Minnesota 55449 (map)

(p): 763-230-7470
(f): 888-972-8981
(w): website

Photo of Willows student

Avanti Center for Girls offers a continuum of shelter, evaluation and residential treatment services for adolescent girls, ages 13-18, experiencing mental health crises. The Willows is the on-site school located in Avanti. Education at The Willows is highly individualized and coordinated with the student's home district, allowing as little disruption in school progress as possible. As students progress in treatment, there are off-site alternatives to assist with re-integration into a mainstream school setting. Decisions regarding school setting are made in collaboration with the resident and their parents, Willow's staff and Avanti's treatment team.

School leadership
Tammy Bednar
Principal/Manager
(p): 651-415-6501
(e): tbednar@916schools.org