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SSC Summer Camp 2021
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you are more than a condition –
we treat the whole person
Are you or a loved one struggling?
Desperately seeking relief?
In a typical doctor visit, you may be asked about symptoms and then be given a one-size-fits-all solution.
Instead, you get some tests done and discover an underlying neurodevelopmental disorder which is being made worse by a nutritional deficiency. Combined, this makes everyday life more challenging, which then leads to more stress. In many cases, medications can provide some relief but you want to address the root cause.
The root cause will only be discovered if your whole person is evaluated, treated, and supported.
This is exactly the Stepping Stone Clinic approach: team-based mental health care.
We evaluate you as a whole person. In our team-based mental health care approach, our care professionals, each with unique expertise, work together to help you feel better. After all, whether it’s mind or body, health is health!
life tools – skills to help you navigate a complex world
Homework Help by SSC™ including our e-learning tools help students develop skills they can use in the classroom, virtual school, and beyond.
Study groups, camps, organized nights out, virtual meetups, and book clubs create opportunities to become more comfortable in daily interactions.
Stepping Stone Clinic offers a unique step-by-step approach to team-based mental health care that integrates and unites different treatments. We serve people of all ages and at all stages.
Come talk with our psychologists, nutritionists, occupational therapists, executive function coaches, and wellness specialists about our whole-person integrated care.
Mon: 9AM - 8PM
Tues: 9AM - 8PM
Wed: 9AM - 8PM
Thurs: 9AM - 8PM
Fri: 9AM - 2PM
Sat: 9AM - 2PM
6625 Lyndale Ave South, Suite 500
Richfield, MN 55423
*Free covered parking in back
*For emergencies, please contact the MN mobile crisis line (call 612-348-2233 or send a text to 741741) or go to your nearest emergency room.