FACTS is a group of mental health professionals, practitioners and behavioral skills providers specializing in work with families, couples, individuals, and children.

We specialize in providing:

Additionally, FACTS offers:

  • Speaking Services on Children’s Mental Health Issues
  • Training of Mental Health Interns and Practitioners
  • Consultation with Other Professionals / Agencies

Some issues and concerns that we aid families in addressing include:

  • Relationship enhancement
  • Personal Growth
  • Parent Support and Education
  • Body Image Challenges
  • Transitions of life
  • Depression
  • Fear and Anxiety
  • Anger
  • Grief and Loss
  • Personal and Relational Trauma

Employment Opportunities


FACTS is a dedicated group of mental health professionals and practitioners providers specializing in working with families, children, and adolescents.

FACTS is committed to a systemic way of working with our clients. Families are the backbone of our communities. We work to improve the quality of life for children, adolescents and families through collaboration with parents, schools, and community professionals.

Current 2018 Openings:

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Internship Opportunities Available: 

  • Early Childhood Services

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FACTS Contact Info

The main telephone contact number for FACTS is (651) 379-9800. Our 24-hour contact number is (952) 936-2800.  The 24 hour contact number is monitored by our answering service and calls will be routed appropriately during business hours and to an on-call clinician after hours.

Our confidential and secure fax number is (651) 405-0358. FACTS can receive faxes 24 hours a day.

You will be provided with the direct contact phone number for your clinician once your care is established. Clinicians each maintain a confidential 24-hour, time-stamped voice mail service so that you may leave messages for them. We make every attempt to check messages regularly during the week and attempt to return calls within 24 hours. Clinicians typically do not check voice mail messages on weekends unless they have made specific arrangements to do so.

In the event of an emergency call 911 or your local police department.
You may use the following contact for non-emergency crisis:

* First Call For Help 211 or 651-291-0211
* Your Primary Care Physician

Your County Crisis Response Team:

Dakota County: 952-891-7171
Ramsey County: 651-774-7000 (Child)
651-266-7900 (Adult)
Hennepin County: 612-348-2233 (Child)
612-873-3161 (Adult)
612-379-6363 (Crisis Connection)
Carver & Scott Counties: 952-442-7601
Washington County: 651-291-6795 After Hours
651-777-5222 HSI

If your clinician is unavailable for an extended period of time, you will be provided with the name of a colleague to contact, if necessary.

FACTS staff can be reached by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at your clinician’s individual e-mail address.

If you wish to use e-mail as a means of communication, please complete and sign the following request and acknowledgement form:

pdf Consent for E-mail Communication
doc Consent for E-mail Communication

However, due to the insecure nature of electronic communications, please be advised that the privacy of your health information cannot be fully ensured when transmitted by e-mail.