The Center for Rural Behavioral Health empowers collaboration across Minnesota State University, Mankato and with our community partners.
Currently, Minnesota State Mankato has five programs that prepare behavioral healthcare professionals:
- Social Work
- Alcohol and Drug Studies
- Counseling and Student Personnel
- and, School Psychology Psy.D Program
The Center, with its mission and objectives, will allow faculty and students of these programs to collaborate on scholarly work, clinical work, and curriculum. Additionally, strategic partners and stakeholders from healthcare, rural/agricultural industry, and government officials can form new partnerships within the work of the Center.