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.
After an extensive search, Margaret Vimont, Vice President of Strategy and Service Development for Nexus Family Healing has announced that Nicole Mucheck has been named Executive Director of the new Southeast Regional Crisis Center in Rochester, MN, opening Spring of 2021.
The Southeast Regional Crisis Center (SERCC) Executive Team – with representation from Olmsted and Goodhue counties, Mayo Clinic, Olmsted Medical Center, the southeast chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and local health care plans – recently cast a unanimous vote to select Nexus Family Healing as the operations partner for the Southeast Regional Crisis Center.
Representatives from many southeastern Minnesota counties, Mayo Clinic, Olmsted Medical Center, the southeast Minnesota chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), health plans, as well as Minnesota State Senator Dave Senjem met in Rochester on June 23, 2020 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Southeast Regional Crisis Center (SERCC).
Southeast Regional Crisis Center – that is the official name of the new mental health crisis center to be built in Rochester, Minnesota.
Soon, people in southeastern Minnesota experiencing a mental health crisis will have access to care in a center designed especially for them.