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Courtney Lawson said she’s seen the benefits of being available “In my time at NAMI, I’ve been awed at what a difference 20 minutes can make,” the executive director of NAMI Southeast Minnesota said.

People suffering a mental health crisis often find it difficult to get the care they need. In many cases, they end up in the emergency room or forced to travel across state lines to find facilities offering the right kind of treatment.

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A new Farm & Rural Helpline is now available to Minnesota farmers and rural residents. It is free, confidential, and open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The toll free number is (833) 600-2670.

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A new community resource in Rochester aims to help individuals navigate the troubled waters often associated with mental illness. Fittingly, it's been dubbed The Lighthouse.

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Courtney Lawson waited a full decade before seeking confirmation of being bipolar.

Welcome to the NAMI SE MN Spark Plug, a regular update of ways you can get involved in advocacy.

They help those struggling with mental illness and now they are getting a boost from Mayo Clinic.

State leaders in Minnesota are looking to help children with mental health issues.

Mental health remains a serious issue across our area and now there seems to be even more hope for those struggling.

Courtney Lawson waited a full decade before seeking confirmation of being bipolar. After years of self-medication via alcohol and a serious bout of depression, being diagnosed with a mental illness left her “terrified” due to existing stigmas.