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Mental health services

  • New Ulm Medical Center provides inpatient and outpatient mental health treatment tailored to the needs of the individual. We're dedicated to improving our patients' quality of life by providing the support and tools needed for successful recovery.

    Outpatient mental health services

    Our outpatient mental health department provides psychological and psychiatric assessments, individual and family therapy, psychological testing, management of psychiatric medications, and home-based mental health services. These services are available to children, adolescents and adults.

    The department is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To reach the outpatient mental health department, call 507-217-5168.

    Inpatient psychiatric services

    Adolescent and adult patients from all over the state are treated on our psychiatric unit.

    To reach the inpatient psychiatric unit, call 507-217-5378.

    Addiction services

    In addition to assessing chemical dependency, the addiction services department provides residential and outpatient treatment and is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Adolescents and adults are served by this department.

    To reach the addiction services department, call 507-217-5118.


    Our nurses help patients deal with physical discomfort while experiencing withdrawal from alcohol, cocaine, narcotics or other drugs.

  • 24/7 resource

    Mental Health and Addiction Line

    Call 1-866-603-0016 for:

    • help determining the right service for you
    • referrals to services at Allina Health or in the broader community
    • scheduling for Allina Health appointments as appropriate
    • connections to crisis services as needed

    If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.

  • Allina Health Mental Health and Addiction Services

    Addiction services - hopefully looking within As part of Allina Health Mental Health and Addiction Services, we provide early detection and treatment of mental health issues, consultation and education, and coordinated access to services throughout Minnesota.