Medical & Mental Health Services Serving Ages 12-26

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952-474-3251

Fax #: 952-767-0815

Hours

Mon: 12pm-8pm
Tues-Thurs: 12pm-5pm
Sat: 10am-2pm

Location

15 8th Avenue South,
Hopkins, MN 55343

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Medical & Mental Health Services
Serving Ages 12-26

Call Us

952-474-3251
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Fax #: 952-767-0815

Hours

Mon: 12pm-8pm
Tues - Thurs: 12pm-5pm
Sat: 10am-2pm

Hopkins Clinic

15 8th Avenue South,
Hopkins MN 55343
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Rapid Antigen COVID-19 Testing Available at myHealth

COVID-19 Testing at myHealth

How do I get tested for COVID-19 at myHealth?

If you are ages 12 to 26 and experiencing possible symptoms of COVID-19, you can schedule a drive up test at myHealth!

Please do not walk into the clinic if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.  Rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 must be scheduled in advance via phone. Call 952-474-3251 and a staff member will help you find a time that works for you. Please note that online scheduling for COVID-19 testing is currently unavailable.

Submit your insurance info at your appointment and pay $0 out-of-pocket. Testing is also free for those without insurance.

Please note that adolescents ages 12-17 need a parent to sign a consent form in order to be tested.

What if I need a test on a day myHealth is closed?

The Minneosta state website has you covered:

COVID Test Finder

Questions or Concerns about Symptoms

What if I think I might have COVID-19?
If you have questions or concerns about your symptoms, please call and talk with your primary care provider.  If you do not have a primary care provider call and talk with a nurse at myHealth For Teens & Young Adults (952) 474-3251. A nurse at myHealth is happy to talk with you about your symptoms and is able to schedule you for a virtual visit with a provider.  Please do not walk into the clinic if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.  We are not seeing sick clients on-site, but we may be able to schedule you for a test if you call 952-474-3251.

How to Protect Yourself & Others

Protect yourself and others:

  • Get a vaccine
  • Wear a mask
  • Physical distance

We are asking all clients to please wear a mask to their appointment even if they have had the vaccine.

Where can I get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Though myHealth does not offer a COVID-19 vaccine, we are committed to spreading awareness and connecting clients with health resources. Use the link to below to Minnesota’s Vaccine Finder to find a convenient appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine (including booster shots).

Vaccine Finder

Can I still get Healthcare Services?

Am I still able to get healthcare services at myHealth during the outbreak? YES!
We are offering video visits, in-person appointments, and walk-in visits to make it safe and easy for you to get the medical care you need during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

A video visit is just like an office visit. You get the same personalized care, expert diagnosis, and a treatment plan tailored to you. The only difference is that you’re speaking with your doctor or clinician via video chat. And for our usual options, you will be asked screening questions to assure everyone’s safety.

We are providing care for all in need, even new clients for medical and mental health services.  Call and schedule your appointment today. (952-474-3251)

Be well. Be safe.

myHealth care team

COVID-19 updates
It’s Flu Vaccine Season!

Questions About the Flu Vaccine

Should I get a flu vaccine?

Yes! Everyone 6 months of age and older should get flu vaccine every year. Getting a flu vaccine helps protect you from getting the flu and prevents you from passing it to people who could get very sick.

Is it time to get a flu vaccine?

Yes! Once October arrives, it is time to get your annual flu shot. Remember, it takes approximately two weeks for the vaccine to reach full effectiveness.

Why is the Flu a Big Deal?

Although anyone can potentially become very sick from the flu, the following groups are particularly susceptible:

  • People age 65 and older
  • Young children, especially those under 2 years old
  • Pregnant women
  • People with chronic health conditions such as asthma, diabetes, and heart disease
  • American Indian and Alaska Natives

Help protect people around you with your annual flu vaccine. Learn more about the flu from the Minnesota Department of Health.

How do I get my Flu Shot at myHealth?

The flu shot is provided at myHealth for free! There are three ways to get your vaccine at myHealth:

Need a flu shot in a different part of Minnesota? The Minnesota Department of Health’s vaccine finder tool is here to help you.

News & Events

THANK YOU to everyone who made the 2021 myHealth Mirror Ball a resounding success. The joy and generosity that filled the room was indescribable. A special thank you from our Mental Health counselors for your tangible support for their work in our community. Here’s to many more years of reaching young people where they are at and helping them achieve their health goals.

Want to explore the 2021 Mirror Ball in photos? Now you can! Just click the button below:

Mirror Ball Photos

Did you miss our videos about our mental health program? Those videos and more are available on our YouTube channel:

myHealth YouTube

Thank You to Our Sponsors:

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