At Neighborhood HealthSource, we realize being healthy mentally and emotionally is just as important as having a healthy body. Behavioral healthcare can be expensive and hard to access, especially for people without health insurance.
That’s why we offer a variety of behavioral health services at our clinics. We also offer treatment for substance abuse, including Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). Patients can pay for behavioral health services on the same income-based sliding fee scale we use for medical services.
Please note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in our communities, most behavioral health appointments are being held as telehealth visits. This means that instead of coming in to the clinic, you will meet with a behavioral health provider over the phone or via HIPAA-compliant video chat. If you have questions or want to schedule a behavioral health appointment, please call us at 612-588-9411.
For more information related to the COVID-19 outbreak, visit our COVID-19 Resources page.
Substance Abuse Treatment
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Meet Our Providers
Dieudonne (Dee) Asambang , LPCC, LADC
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor
Dee brings a wealth of experience to the Behavioral Health Team at Neighborhood HealthSource. In addition to being a Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LADC), Dee is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and Licensed School Counselor (LSC).
In addition to providing counseling and therapy, Dee plays an important role with our Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) program. He provides person-centered, trauma-informed services from a cognitive behavioral approach. His experience involves working with children, adolescents, adults with dual diagnosis and severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) in schools, inpatient, and outpatient facilities. Dee is very passionate about the influence of war, socio-economic factors, and immigration on addiction and mental health.
Chelsea Butay , LICSW
Behavioral Health Therapist
Chelsea is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who obtained her Master of Social Work degree from New York University in 2013. Her practice at Neighborhood HealthSource prioritizes a therapy relationship built on open communication and compassion, partnering with people to support their movement toward healing and wellness as they define it. Chelsea sees individuals ages 12+, couples, and families dealing with stress, life adjustments, depression, trauma, anxiety, problematic substance use, and many other concerns. She is passionate about understanding the impacts of systemic factors on people’s experiences of mental health and relationships. Outside of work, Chelsea enjoys time with her family, community engagement, and getting to know Minnesota.
Erin Gillen , LPCC
Behavioral Health Manager & Therapist
Erin Gillen is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. Erin has worked in behavioral health since 2012 and at Neighborhood HealthSource since 2018. Erin’s areas of interest are mental health, co-occurring disorders, and integrated behavioral health. Erin believes that it is important to treat the whole person and consider all aspects including mental health, trauma, physical health, and social supports. Erin is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy to work through trauma and adverse life events. Erin is also trained in Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy to help work through attachment and childhood wounds. Erin works with ages 16+ in areas such as depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar disorder, relationship issues, stress, and substance use, among others. Outside of work, Erin enjoys spending time with her family, camping, traveling, listening to music, and being active.
Behavioral Health Therapist
Aki has been serving Twin Cities communities for the past 18 years as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). Her passion for helping people improve their mental health began as a small hope to support individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds. Aki takes a person-centered approach to therapy and seeks to understand the client’s heart as key to the healing process. She began this work 20 years ago in Tulsa, OK, interning with inpatient and outpatient chemical dependency, children and adolescents, and patients with eating disorders. In 2003, she completed her Master’s of Arts at Oral Roberts University. She received her Master’s of Science from Walden University in 2016, and will complete her Doctorate in 2021. Aki provides services to individuals with PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief/bereavement, stress, and parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Her next challenge will be to develop a support community for individuals ages 14+ with ASD to transition to living independently. She believes that each person has the potential to positively impact the life of another through community participation.