WELCOME TO RCCMHC

Mental health disorders

are common!

1 out of  5 youth has a mental health disorder that negatively impacts life at school, at home, and in the community.​  

The good news is that childhood mental health disorders can be treated and managed!

When we work TOGETHER, we can build a community where all youth have the strengths, skills, relationships, supports, and opportunities that they need to experience mental health and wellbeing. 

Collaboration. 

Because complex needs require a complex, multi-system response. 
Mother and daughter
Work group sits around table
Get Information 

 

 

Concerned Adults: Learn about Children's Mental Health disorders, treatment, and resources. 

 

Agencies and Providers: Learn about evience-based and promising practices, find journal articles to support your grant writing, and get connected to local trainings.

Get Involved 

 

 

Learn about parent and youth leadership opportunities. Find out how you can participate in work groups to impact policy and improve outcomes for youth in Ramsey County. 

 

Get involved with our advocacy efforts at the legislative level.

Get to know
"The Whole Story"

 

Children’s Mental Health: The Whole Story is a locally-produced, documentary-style training film about children’s mental health and trauma.

Both the Guide and the Film are available for free download. Find more information here.

 

 

Contact Us

780 Wheelock Pkwy W.
Saint Paul, MN 55117

Room # 1315

Como Park Elementary School

 

Phone: 651-293-5951
Email: rccmhc@rccmhc.org 

NEW- Local Resources Board

For years, parents and providers have described the need for an online list of local and time-sensitive services, events, trainings, job opportunities, and notices etc. So, we developed 2 NEW Community Bulletin Boards- one for parents and one for providers!

 

NEW Director of Family and Community Engagement!

Marika Reese became our new Director of Family and Community Engagement on March 1, 2019. 

Marika has a B.A. in Sociology of Law, Crime and Deviance and a Minor in African and African American Studies. She has an M.A. in Education and she completed her student teaching/ practicum at Roseville Area High School. Her work experience and volunteerism has been focused on supporting youth and family wellbeing through inspiration and empowerment.

Please reach out to Marika for support or just to say hello!

marika@rccmhc.org