New Adult IOP Now Open in Edina

Mar 28, 2012 by PrairieCare Team

The NEW ADULT Intensive Outpatient Program is now open at our new site in the “Physician’s Building” at 6363 France Avenue South, Suite 402!  In addition, Dr. Shawn O’Laughlin, Dr. Brianna Murugesan and Susan Buelow are now seeing patients at this location as well.  The Child/Adolescent PHP and all other clinic providers will continue at our current Edina location through Friday, April 6th. We will reopen in the New Location on Tuesday, April 10th for both Clinic appointments and the Child/Adolescent PHP program. Behavior Development Program will begin on Monday April 9th.

This will be an after-school Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for kids ages 8-12 with behavior problems.
The program will run M-Th from 3:30-6:30pm and include bi-weekly parent participation. Unlike our current programs, this will be a ‘closed group’ which means that 10 kids per track will start and finish the program at the same time participating in an established 6-week therapeutic curriculum. Please contact Needs Assessment for more information at 888-9-prairie.

We have been planning a dramatic expansion in our Edina programs. We are excited to announce that on March 26, 2012 our services will be relocated to: 6363 France Ave S. Edina MN, 55435. This will allow additional space for patient care in our Clinic and the Partial Hospital Program, for children, adolescents and families. We will also be opening an Adult Intensive Outpatient (IOP) program in the new Edina site. Similar to our Woodbury Adult IOP, it will be a 6-8 week therapeutic program, Monday through Friday for 3 hours. These adult services are overseen by Tim Richardson, MD.

PrairieCare Edina will be hosting an open house on Thursday, April 12th from 4 – 6 pm. Please join us in celebrating the move, expansion, and addition of services to our continuum of care. Please call us at 888-9-prairie for more information.

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