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Helping the community access mental health resources

A mental health resource fair connects people to the help they need.

Posted: May. 3, 2018 10:04 PM
Updated: May. 4, 2018 6:41 AM

ROCHESTER, Minn. — More than 30 mental health and chemical dependency agencies across Southeastern Minnesota set up booths at a mental health fair.

Highland Meadows Counseling Center hosted the event at RCTC's Heintz Center.

People at the event had the opportunity talk to with organizations about the resources they offer, get information regarding job opportunities in the mental health field, and take free mental health screenings.

These mental health screenings inlcude rating symptoms from 1 to 10, or marking yes or no, to find out if they should consider meeting with a mental health professional to talk about their mental health.

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