Supportive Experiential Education (SEED)


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.
 

History
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.

The SEED Program
New Beginnings
Map (click for directions)
On #54 bus line