School-Based Mental Health

FamilyMeans provides school-based mental health services in the following education districts:

  • Stillwater 834
  • North St. Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale 622
  • Hudson
  • New Richmond
  • Prescott

We provide outpatient counseling services in school buildings for students and their families in the form of individual, family, and group counseling. We offer support through a wide variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, and much more.

During COVID-19 our school-based clinicians continue to serve children, teens, and their families. As we begin the 2020-2021 school year,  our clinicians will continue to offer sessions virtually, to ensure safety of all. Limited in-person sessions will be available as needed. The clinicians will offer flexibility in scheduling so as to have the least disruption to your child or teen's learning day. 

Click each district link below to see the back to school plan for each district in fall 2020. 

Stillwater 834           North St. Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale 622          Hudson

New Richmond          Prescott 


Are you a parent in Stillwater Area School District? Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, or just want a few minutes to process the challenges that have come with the 2020 school year? Join us for a free, confidential, virtual group session on December 16th from 3:15pm-4:00pm. Click here to learn more about this one-time Building Resilience Process Group.



In addition to counseling sessions, FamilyMeans school-based staff provide in-school trainings to staff and/or parents within our partner school districts. Click here to view the training topics that are readily available to you.

If your school district is not listed, but you are interested in learning more about our school-based services and training opportunities please call us atl 651-439-4840.



The one time I get to talk about my life, my problems and actually focus on me. I can talk to someone about literally anything, without fear of judgement.”

What else might be helpful?

Take a look at our parent resource page for more ideas on how to support youth as they work through life’s challenges.

We also provide school-based groups led by our skilled clinicians for students which allows them to talk about an array of topics with their peers.