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National Account Manager of the West Coast Division, Crystal H, visited Minnesota recently, and made a trip to see the Harbor Light Mural in downtown Minneapolis.
Our marketing team is always on the move, spreading the work about our full-immersion Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program. If you wish to meet with one of us please, contact Brandy Clark at [email protected] to have someone reach out to you.
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National Account Manager of the West Coast Division, Crystal H, visited Minnesota recently, and made a trip to see the Harbor Light Mural in downtown Minneapolis. 
Our marketing team is always on the move, spreading the work about our full-immersion Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program. If you wish to meet with one of us please, contact Brandy Clark at brandy.clark@uhsinc.com to have someone reach out to you.

At Midwest Center for Youth & Families, we want to join the country in offering a heartfelt thanks to those who are currently serving or have served our country through military services. We also want to thank their families who also make sacrifices so that their loved ones may serve. We are proud to be a Tricare member agency which treats military families in crisis. ...

At Midwest Center for Youth & Families, we want to join the country in offering a heartfelt thanks to those who are currently serving or have served our country through military services. We also want to thank their families who also make sacrifices so that their loved ones may serve. We are proud to be a Tricare member agency which treats military families in crisis.
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Find out how Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) at Midwest Center for Youth & Families can help your child find hope and healing. Call 888-629-3471 for a no-cost, confidential assessment. If you or your loved one need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.