To receive services, a completed written and signed consent form is needed by the parent or guardian and is required annually for all children and youth for the following services: medical treatment, including immunizations, dental treatments, eye-exams, and mental health services. Consent forms are available in school health offices and at the Health Resource Center. Please be aware that Minnesota Law does allow young people to receive treatment, without parent/guardian consent, for sexual health and chemical dependency concerns.
Park Nicollet provides free walk-in medical services on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-5 pm (no appointment needed)
Annex Teen Clinic is available twice per month for appointment-based sexual health services
Children’s Dental Services provides a full range of restorative and preventative care
Provides care for insured and will work with those who are uninsured on a sliding scale discount program
The Brooklyn Center Health Resource Center is made possible by our generous sponsors, Park Nicollet Foundation and the United Way; and by and our community partners, Park Nicollet Health Services, The Annex Teen Clinic, Children’s Dental Services, North Psychology Clinic, POR Emotional Wellness, The Family Partnership, Portico Healthnet, Dr. Frick (Optometrist), and Brooklyn Center Community Schools District.