Therapists at the Arrowhead Center, Inc. are trained to provide culturally appropriate and evidence based therapy to individuals, families, and groups. The mental health team provides a variety of services to clients such as diagnostic assessments, suicide assessments, family therapy, etc.
The Arrowhead Center is providing treatment at NLC/ALC. Our purpose is to help educate students and provide a chemical dependency treatment group opportunity right in the school. This will allow students to attend their core classes in the morning either at their home school ( The home school will need to arrange transportation) or the NLC, and attend primary treatment in the afternoons. Primary treatment consists of 96 group hours and 18 individual sessions, and counts as an elective class. Class credit can be discussed with either the student's home school or the NLC principal, Rachael Lehman.
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The Arrowhead Center has mental health and chemical dependency professionals that have significant experience in training others in the field as well as the general community.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
Mental Health First Aid
Trauma Informed Care
Crisis counseling skills
Substance use disorders
The Adolescent Outpatient Chemical Dependency Program is designed specifically for individuals age 13-18, and provides services that are tailored to the specific needs of adolescents; assisting them in building a life free of chemical use while being culturally sensitive to each individual.
The Adult Outpatient Treatment Program is primary chemical abuse/dependency treatment for men and women 18 years of age or older. The program is split into two phases, and offers both a day and night group.
The next DWI Clinic will be
August 7th, 2021
This Clinic will be head at:
Arrowhead Center, Inc.
505 12th Avenue West
Virginia, MN 55792
The Arrowhead Center, Inc. testing lab utilizes a seven chemical panel to screen for various drugs; including THC, cocaine, benzodiazepines, ETOH (alcohol), methamphetamine, and more. Each positive result is immediately reran for confirmation.
Tests we offer include: urinalysis; hair follicle; and saliva (cheek swab)
The ACT Team's mission is to provide services to individuals suffering from Serious Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI), with the goal of rehabilitation. Click here to access additional information on the ACT Team and to review services provided.
You can call (218) 749-7130 for more information.
24-Hour Crisis Hotline