Construction Progressing on Southeast Regional Crisis Center; Opening Slated for June 2021

March 3, 2021, Rochester, MN – Construction is coming along nicely on the Southeast Regional Crisis Center (SERCC), the 24/7 mental health services facility being developed in Rochester, Minnesota. It is being built directly behind the 2117 building (2117 Campus Drive SE) on the Olmsted County government campus. When completed, the SERCC will provide 24/7 care to individuals in the 10-county southeast Minnesota region who are experiencing a mental health care crisis.

The SERCC is expected to open in June 2021.

Nexus Family Healing – a nationally recognized progressive leader in youth and family healing and experts in the field of behavioral health – will operate the SERCC.

More information about the SERCC can be found under Mental Health services on this website.