Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Wellbeing

A nonprofit organization

$1,200 Raised by 11 Donors

24% complete

$5,000 Goal

This Give to the Max Day, Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health & Well-Being is raising money for Bridgeview, its drop-in center for adults experiencing severe and persistent mental illness. 

Since 1979, Lee Carlson Center has been a beacon of hope for those coping with emotional and behavioral issues. We are a trauma-responsive and integrative provider of mental health services focused on the needs of communities across Anoka County and Minnesota’s north metro impacting the lives of 7,000+ individuals, families, and caregivers each year.

 This Give to the Max Day, we are raising funds to support the clients, programs, and services of our Bridgeview Program.  It has been a joy to welcome the members back to their community, where they can enjoy fellowship, therapy, healthy lunch and snacks, and access to special programs like Garden and Art Therapies, and opportunities to join in writing and music groups.  Community support makes these programs possible, along with member favorites like Bingo and off-site field trips. 

Bridgeview members have access to employment and housing support, and more than 90% of Bridgeview members report an increase in mental well-being from attending programs. On behalf of the staff, clients, and the communities Lee Carlson Center serves, thank you for your generous support.  

How you can help:

All funds raised on Give to the Max Day will go directly into supporting Bridgeview programs and services for adults with persistent and severe mental illness. Your gift will support:

- Free, healthy meals and snacks for members

- Off-site field trips

- Employment and housing support

- Art studio and supplies

- Everything that makes the Bridgeview community so extraordinary!


YOU can help make hope, healing, and health happen.  

Please help us by making a gift today.

We are so grateful for your support!



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Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Wellbeing

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Health Children & Family Community

Significantly impacted by pandemic

Significantly impacted by pandemic


7954 University Ave NE
Fridley, MN 55432



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