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Forte Advises Children’s Minnesota on New Mental Health Treatment Location in Roseville

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Quick Highlights

Services Provided to Children’s Minnesota:

  • Long-Term Strategic Planning
  • Market Expertise
  • Identified Available Properties for Second Mental Health Treatment Facility
  • Site Selection
  • Lease Negotiation

Challenge

Children’s Minnesota wanted to create a second out-patient location for mental health treatment that was welcoming, warm, and offered therapies during the weekday. Their goal was to find a North suburban location with a variety of spaces for treatments and gathering to offer continued intensive outpatient therapy for kids and teens who leave the hospital or can be an option to prevent hospitalization.

Strategy

After opening its first partial hospitalization program (PHP) in July 2021 at its Specialty Center in Lakeville, Children’s Minnesota saw the immediate impact in reduced hospitalizations and in-patient care needed for these children and young adults. Since Steve Brown and Katie Trevena worked to identify the first location, they leveraged their knowledge of the market of available properties and why the first location worked.

Results

After reviewing options in Arden Hills, New Brighton, Roseville and Shoreview, Children’s selected a space in Roseville that offered easy parking, secure space, and the right type of interior configuration that would fit the needs of the patients and providers. The second Children’s Minnesota Mental Health Specialty Clinic offering a mental health partial hospitalization program (PHP) for children and teenagers opened in February 2023. The mental health day treatment program is designed to meet each child’s emotional and behavioral needs through a combination of therapies during weekdays, with the patient returning home to their family on evenings and weekends.

The Roseville PHP is expected to care for approximately 350 children between the ages of 6 and 18. It’s one of the few programs providing this level of acute mental health care to children as young as 6 years old in the east metro. The renovated 8,000 square foot space into a therapeutic, kid-friendly environment that features:

    • An indoor gym to provide recreational therapy for patients.
    • Individual therapies, family therapy, medication management and group therapies, such as music and art therapy.
    • Natural light and calming, sensory-friendly spaces.

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About Children’s Minnesota

Children’s Minnesota is one of the largest pediatric health systems in the United States and the only health system in Minnesota to provide care exclusively to children, from before birth through young adulthood. An independent and not-for-profit system since 1924, Children’s Minnesota is one system serving kids throughout the Upper Midwest at two free-standing hospitals, nine primary care clinics, multiple specialty clinics and seven rehabilitation sites. As The Kids ExpertsTM in our region, Children’s Minnesota is regularly ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a top children’s hospital.

“The opening of our Roseville mental health program is the latest step in our long-term strategy of improving access for the full continuum of mental health services tailored to the unique needs of kids and adolescents in our community. We’ve seen first-hand the rising demand for mental health care for youth in our hospitals and clinics. Our new location will help more families get the care they need, where they need it. “

Dr. Gigi Chawla | VP, Chief of General Pediatrics

Children’s Minnesota

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Steve Brown, CCIM

Steve Brown, CCIM

o: 952-525-3335
c: 612-805-2232
steve.brown@forterep.com

Katie Trevena

Katie Trevena

Vice President | Real Estate Advisory

o: 952-525-3332
c: 612-481-1699
katie.trevena@forterep.com

Claire Langland-Johnson

Claire Langland-Johnson

Manager | Portfolio Services

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c: 612-716-5011
claire.langlandjohnson@forterep.com

Jaime Dritz

Jaime Dritz

Client Coordinator

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c: 612-968-0892
jaime.dritz@forterep.com

Maddie Carroll

Maddie Carroll

Client and Marketing Coordinator

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c: 952-221-0808
maddie.carroll@forterep.com

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