Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services
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Lindsey Wald

ARMHS Treatment Director, Case Manager

Lindsey Wald has been working in the mental health field for 11 years and she received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Bemidji State University. Lindsey has experience working with children, families, and adults, but has spent most of her career working with adults who have serious and persistent mental illness. Lindsey has a passion for helping others, but when she is not working, she can be found spending time with her family and her golden retriever, camping, and doing photography.



Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services

The purpose of ARMHS is to provide mental health rehabilitative services to people with serious mental illness using evidence-based and best practices to foster recovery and self sufficiency by helping recipients reduce symptoms of mental illness and functional limitations and barriers related to mental illness, and learn illness management and recovery skills. The focus of this service is in regaining or restoring lost capabilities as a result of the onset of a mental disorder.


Who is eligible for ARMHS?

An eligible recipient is an individual who:

  • is age 18 or older

  • is diagnosed with a medical condition, such as mental illness or traumatic brain injury, for which adult rehabilitative mental health services are needed

  • has substantial disability and functional impairment in three or more areas so that self sufficiency is markedly reduced

  • has had a recent diagnostic assessment or an update by a qualified professional that documents ARMHS services are medically necessary to address identified disability and functional impairments and individual recipient goals

What services are provided through ARMHS?

  • Basic living and social skills

  • Community intervention

  • Medication education

  • Transition to community living services 

How can I make a referral to the ARMHS Program?

Referrals can be made by calling (218) 999- 0051 or by filling out the ARMHS Referral form, and sending it with an updated diagnostic assessment to  The ARMHS referral form is available through the forms section on this website or by clicking

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