Prairie Rose Center:
The Prairie Rose Center provides a range of services designed for adults with a serious mental illness (SMI). Services help individuals to function in the community, achieve individual potential and reduce the risk of hospitalization.
- Social & recreational activities (at the center and in the community-bowling, music, trips)
- Goal oriented tasks (cooking meals, computer skills, social skills)
- Information & referral
- Early crisis intervention
- Noon meals
The Center, open six (6) days a week, provides opportunities in a supportive and accepting environment which fosters mental wellness.
Peer Support Program
The peer support group meets at the Prairie Rose Recovery Center located in Community Action Partnership at 202 East Villard in Dickinson. Meetings occur on Mondays. The first Monday of the month the meeting is at 1 p.m., and on the 2, 3, and 4th Mondays the meeting is at 11 a.m. There is no cost. During the meeting, peer support specialists encourage members to share and to support each other. Topics include but are not limited to depression, anxiety, and bipolar. Members can ask for additional information and help and the peer support specialists will assist them in finding resources. Peer Support creates a safe, supportive environment for members to learn from each other and build companionship.
If you have any questions, please call (701) 227-0131 and speak to Jeri @ the Prairie Rose Recovery Center.
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