For more than 80 years, HDC has been leading the way in bringing cutting-edge mental health and recovery services to the Northland. With more than 28 mental programs across the Minnesota counties of St. Louis, Cook, and Carlton, and Douglas County, Wisconsin, we are proud to be the largest mental health and recovery services provider in our community.
HDC has over 28 mental health programs and services ranging from Adult psychotherapy and Child therapy to medication-assisted treatment and outreach programs that provide resources to community members experiencing homelessness.
Our local psychiatrists, therapists, providers, and team members are what make HDC so great! We’re home to more than 190+ mental health and recovery services professionals in the Northland and we can’t wait to meet you. In the meantime get to know us!
Smartphones | Laptops | Tablets | Desktops
If you have access to any one of these devices & have an internet connection, HDC can get you access to services.
As part of our commitment to community education across the northland, HDC provides a free mental health screening tool that’s 100% online and completely free for anyone to use.
Take a few minutes and find out whether a professional consultation would be helpful for you. After completing a screening, you may print out your results. Many people find this helpful when discussing their concerns with a healthcare professional.
HDC has over 11 locations bringing mental health and recovery services to four counties.
HDC is proud to be the only Certified Community mental health and recovery servicesCenter (CCBHC) in Northern Minnesota – what does this mean?
The goal of the CCBHC model is to be an all-in-one provider. At HDC barriers to access are removed through our internal referral process. When a community member comes to us we’re able to offer therapy, psychiatry, substance use services, employment connection services, assistance with housing, medication assisted treatment, child behavioral health services, crisis response, and more.
a free Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS) program that allows individuals who are deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing, or speech disabled to place and receive telephone calls.
Folks who come to HDC can expect to receive rapid, unobstructed access to care for all, regardless of personal circumstances or ability to pay. Donations to HDC go to
Almost ½ of all US adults will experience mental illness in their lifetime. The majority of these folks will not seek treatment. Affordable, effective treatments exist, and ignoring these problems costs our communities so much more than caring for them. We can and must do better! Join us in providing services no matter what