Here’s What Took Over the Old Northgate Location in Rochester, MN
Northgate Health Center moved out back in 2020, and since then the building has remained empty. Earlier this year, a permit was pulled to renovate said building and make way for a new tenant.
As of this month, they are all set up and almost ready to start helping area residents with their mental health.
Zumbro Valley Health Center has been teasing a new location on their Facebook page, saying "This space will allow us to provide even more support for creating healthy minds, bodies, and communities."
Word is out and they hosted an open house and a ribbon-cutting event with the Rochester Area Chamber last week.
Their new location is in the old Northgate building off 7th St NW. According to their website, this is their 4th Southeast Minnesota location.
According to KTTC, the new Northgate location is set to open in mid-November and will focus on treating mental health and substance abuse, specifically providing opioid treatment and tobacco cessation.
The Zumbro Valley Health Center prioritizes people who do not have insurance. The outpatient clinic will offer same-day access and 24/7 crisis support.
Zumbro Valley Health Center has been very prominent in the area. Did you know they also have a School-Linked Mental Health program designed to provide students with mental health therapy solutions directly in their school? Click here to read more about that program. And back in September, they were named Best Mental Health Practice!
According to their website, "ZVHC staff are available to provide all of our in-patient, out-patient and community services to established and NEW clients. This includes Psychotherapy, Diagnostic Assessments, Medication Management, SUD Treatment, Case Management, ARMHS, Peer Support Services, Housing Support, IRTS, CRU, and some Primary Care Services." -Zumbro Valley Health Center.
They are open Monday-Thursday 7:30a-7p and Friday 7:30a-noon. Click here for more info and to check out their website.
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