Referral & Enrollment Process
Learners may self-enroll or referrals can be made by a case manager, social worker or a mental health professional. Learners must also go through an intake interview (approximately 2 hours). If you are new to SEED or returning after a break, please call and schedule an intake appointment.
SEED was established in 1972 by the Saint Paul Schools Board of Education as a contemporary living skills program providing community living skills for adult community members experiencing mental illness. Since beginning, more than 15,000 community members have enrolled in the SEED program.
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