All are welcome at Canvas Health. Our clinicians and staff work to honor every client’s individual life experience. We include and value people of every background, sexual orientation, gender identification, skin color, or disability.Get to know us
Telehealth offers a way for clients to meet with their providers through an app and the camera on their computer, tablet, or smartphone. Telehealth appointments can be billed through insurance just like in-person appointments (some services not available through telehealth). Call (651) 777-5222 to schedule your appointment.
Canvas Health encourages you to continue your care with us. Unable to get to the clinic, or have symptoms of illness? You may be able to keep your appointment via telehealth on your phone, tablet, or computer. Call (651) 777-5222 for details.
Canvas Health offers a wide variety of treatments and services to help children and their families manage everything from trauma, stress, and anxiety to the most complex diagnoses.
Our team of skilled, compassionate clinicians will work with you to develop a care plan that is designed for your family's needs and goals.
Canvas Health has several programs that address the specific mental heath and substance use needs of adolescents.
Our clinicians are honored to work with young people to help them learn how to carry their burdens, manage their pain, and continue the hard work of healing in an uncertain world.
Adults from all walks of life can experience hope, healing, and recovery through the mental health, substance use, and other supportive services at Canvas Health.
Whether you are looking for continued care for a long-term issue, or you are seeking help for the first time, we will connect you with the staff and support you need.
Events at Canvas Health are a fun way to learn more about our agency's work while you connect to your community. In addition to education events, Canvas Health holds three annual fundraisers: the Golf Classic, Stomp Out Suicide 5K, and the Valley Vine & Harvest Throwdown!View all Events
This free-of-charge group is intended to be a safe space for individuals to discuss experiences/issues related to racism, prejudice, and conscious and unconscious biases. To sign up and receive link and reminders for the group, please email us. Download group flier.View Event
This month, the U.S. Surgeon General, Vivek H. Murthy, released the advisory Protecting Youth Mental Health. It’s a 53 page report about a youth mental health crisis made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. “[I]n
Canvas Health’s Early Childhood Behavior Assistance (ECBA) has recently aided both Stillwater Area Public Schools and South Washington County Schools with trainings on early childhood development. Early Childhood Behavior Assistance Program Canvas Health’s ECBA