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hope for youth,
transformation for life.

Amberwing remains committed to supporting your child and your family at this difficult and confusing time. Starting Monday, April 6, the Amberwing Partial Hospitalization Program will be offered virtually. Please give us a call at 218-355-2100 if your child is in need of services. We are here for you!

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Call Amberwing, Monday-Friday, at 218-355-2100. In a mental health emergency, please call 911 or the 24-hour crisis line: 218-623-1800 or 211. TXT4LIFE is also available by texting "LIFE" to 61222.

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Learn about upcoming and ongoing educational sessions being offered, schedule a tour, meet the care team, or visit the Amberwing Family Resource Center.

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Taking Flight is the official blog of Amberwing! Read news and stories about Education Programs, Events, and Ongoing Support Groups. Learn about upcoming and ongoing educational sessions being offered.

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If you would like to help support the innovative care at Amberwing, contact the Miller-Dwan Foundation at 218-786-5829, email them at giving*AT* or click donate now.

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a unique healing environment

Amberwing - Center for Youth & Family Well-Being was created by the Miller-Dwan Foundation to provide the greatest level of compassion and skill, in the most welcoming of healing environments. Set in a restful wooded area, Amberwing brings together the combined resources of a community philanthrophy and a health system to create a national model for effective mental health care.

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"When a child is in crisis, the entire family needs help, and hope. It's why we're here:

to give you the right care, at the right time."

Rick Gertsema, MS, LP
Amberwing clinical supervisor