PrairieCare announces Chaska Clinic during National Mental Health Awareness Month

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

PrairieCare recently announced plans to open a new 18,000 sq. ft. outpatient clinic at the Two Twelve Medical Center in Chaska, Minnesota.

Ridgeview Medical Center broke ground this month on the 45,000 sq.f t. expansion at the Two Twelve facility, and PrairieCare will occupy part of the space with a Child/Adolescent PHP and Clinic.

Pope Architects is designing the interior fit-up of the new PrairieCare Chaska Clinic.

Chaska will be PrairieCare’s fourth site and it is scheduled to open by spring 2014.   The Sun Patriot newspaper announced the project, featuring Todd Archbold, PrairieCare’s Chief Development Officer.

“We are excited to further expand critical behavioral health services in the Twin Cities. This expansion will increase capacity for youth Partial Hospital Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), as well as adult and family outpatient mental health clinic services,” said Archbold.

PrairieCare’s announcement to expand their behavioral health services comes during National Mental Health Awareness month.  The organization honored National Children’s Mental Health Day with a recent blog post.