Care and Treatment

Allina PHP
Located in Plymouth
(School District #284)

Partial hospital program designed to serve adolescent youth with a mental health diagnosis

(20 student capacity)

Epsilon
Located in Minnetonka
(School District #270)

 

Residential treatment program for adjudicated adolescents 

(120 bed capacity/average enrollment is 50)

Headway Academy North
Located in Brooklyn Center
(School District #286)

Day treatment program for adolescent youth with a mental health diagnosis

(40 student capacity)

Headway Academy South
Located in Hopkins
(School District #270)

Day treatment program for adolescent youth with a mental health diagnosis
(40 student capacity)

Oak Hills High School
Located in Minnetonka
(School District #270)

Residential treatment program designed to serve adolescent girls with severe emotional and behavioral difficulties and multiple prior residential placements with unsuccessful outcomes

(12 bed capacity/average enrollment 4)

Omegon
Located in Minnetonka
(School District #270)

 

Residential chemical treatment program for adolescent youth with dual diagnosis – mental health and chemical 
(22 student capacity)

Parkers Lake School

Located in Plymouth
(School District #284)


Residential corrections program for juveniles and adults. Only students currently enrollment in K-12 school served through 287

(300 capacity/average enrollment is 15)

PrairieCare PHP - Edina

Located in Edina

(School District #280)

 

Partial hospital program designed to serve K-12 students with a mental health diagnosis

(40 student capacity)

PrairieCare IHP – Brooklyn Park
Located in Brooklyn Park
(School District#279)

Inpatient hospital program provides treatment focused on stabilization for K-12 student 
(50-70 bed capacity)

PrairieCare PHP – Brooklyn Park
Located in Brooklyn Park
(School District #279)

Partial hospital program designed to serve K-12 students with a mental  health diagnosis 
(40 student capacity)

PrairieCare Residential – Maple Grove
Located in Maple Grove
(School District #279)

Residential treatment program for adolescent youth

(20 bed capacity)


Check out the video below: Educating Adolescents in Psychiatric Care 

  


care andtreatment
Posted 05/30/2018 04:21PM

Free Summer Meals Program
The North Education Center (New Hope) and South Education Center (Richfield) will provide free summer meals this summer.


Many schools across the region will participate in the free summer meals program. Families can:

  • TEXT "Summer Meals" to 97779
  • CALL the National Hunger Hotline toll free at 1-866-3-HUNGRY
  • VISIT the USDA Interactive Map website (https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks) to find other free meal locations.
View the flyer: Meals at the New Hope and Richfield school locations will be provided, on a first come, first serve basis, at the following sites, times, and dates/days during the summer as follows:
 
Site Name Site Address

Dates and Days of Operation

Meals with Service Times

North Education  Center

5530 Zealand Ave North New Hope, MN 55428

June 11 - June 28    Monday-Thursday Site is closed on Fridays

Cold Breakfast - Open to the Community from 8:30-9 a.m. Hot Lunch - Open to Community from 12:15-12:45 p.m.

 

North      Education Center

5530 Zealand Ave North New Hope, MN 55428

July 9 - August 2      Monday-Thursday Site is closed on Fridays

 

Brunch - Open to the Community from 8:45-9:15
South Education  Center                    7450 Penn Ave South
Richfield, MN 55423
June 11 – June 28      Monday-Thursday Site is closed on Fridays Cold Breakfast - Open to the Community from 9-9:30 a.m. Hot Lunch - Open to the Community from 11:45 a.m. -12:15 p.m.
 
For more information, contact: Intermediate District 287; Food Service Department; 763-550-7136; foodservice@district287.org.
Posted 05/18/2018 04:54PM

Like many in our community, we are overwhelmed with sadness and disbelief by the periodic senseless acts of violence that have taken place in school and communities across the country. Tragedies like these have a profound impact on our country, communities, and our students.

287 will keep their eyes and ears open for students who need support during these times. Our educators, school counselors, and school psychologists are on standby to support all students, especially those whose past experiences may make them even more vulnerable during this time.

We also want to share two resources with you that give guidance to educators and parents on how to speak to children about mass violence.  Click here for resources.

Intermediate District 287
1820 XENIUM LANE NORTH Plymouth, MN 55441
PH: 763-559-3535
info@district287.org

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