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How Your Family Can Benefit From Family Therapy in Minnesota

Published on November 29th, 2017

The holidays mean delicious food, time off from work, and time spent with family. Many people love this season for those very reasons, but for those who have tenuous relationships with their family, the holiday season can be incredibly stressful. One of the problems that many families face is the inability to communicate openly, honestly, […]

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Check Out Our New Evening Outpatient Program!

Published on October 25th, 2017

Many teens struggle with mental health and substance dependency issues. At Options Family & Behavior Services, we believe that everyone has the ability to make positive changes and guide their lives to mental and physical health. We created the adolescent evening outpatient program to help teach teens aged 12-18 chemical health recovery skills. We believe […]

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National Suicide Prevention Awareness

Published on October 3rd, 2017

September was National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and as such it’s important to discuss the ways in which we can support our friends and loved ones who struggle with mental health. Suicidal thoughts can happen to anyone and are often the result of an untreated medical condition. Although these kinds of thoughts are common they […]

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Benefits of Family Therapy

Published on August 29th, 2017

Family is one of the greatest gifts many of us receive and it’s important to always understand that, even when times get tough. All families go through rough patches, but it’s their commitment to each other that gets them through it. Seeking out family therapy in Minnesota from Options Family & Behavior Services can be […]

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Signs of Substance Abuse

Published on July 25th, 2017

Substance abuse is a dangerous pattern of behavior wherein an individual abuses drugs and/or alcohol and is or may become physically and psychologically dependent on those substances. Substance abuse and addiction continue to be a leading cause of death of young adults ages 15-24, and threatens the health and function of millions of people nationwide. […]

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