A non-profit organization, Woodland Centers focuses its efforts on providing comprehensive mental health services to meet varied community needs. In 1958, Woodland Centers became the first community mental health program to begin operating as a result of the Minnesota Community Mental Health Act. We have offices in the counties of Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Lac qui Parle, Meeker, Renville, and Swift. Woodland Centers works in collaboration with county, school, court and corrections, health care, and many other professionals throughout the community. Throughout the years, Woodland Centers has responded with different programs designed to address specific concerns. Woodland Centers remains committed to creating, modifying, and maintain services for the communities it serves.