People affected by a mental illness have difficulty managing relationships, maintaining their housing, holding a job, and taking care of their daily needs. One of the largest barriers for people with a mental illness is the lack of affordable housing and poor housing stability.

Touchstone services help people learn about their illness, manage their symptoms, improve their ability to handle their lives, and remain in their housing. Our programs help people recover from mental illness and develop the skills they need to live well in their communities. We know people flourish when they receive treatment, quality housing, supportive services, and are part of their community.

Key Results


People Served


People that Remain in Housing


People are Satisfied with Services

Annual Reports

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our friends and supporters for their unwavering dedication makes our mission possible. Our annual report showcases our achievements and financial data spanning the last few years. Explore these reports to delve into the communities we serve, our impactful outcomes, and our strides toward fostering equity and inclusion.

Board & Leadership

Discover the driving forces behind our organization. Our board of directors and leadership team are a diverse group of passionate individuals dedicated to steering our mission forward. With a blend of expertise, experience, and innovation, they guide decisions, ensure accountability, and ensure our commitment to excellence.

Everyone is Welcome at Touchstone Mental Health

At Touchstone, we believe that recovery from mental illness requires a focus on whole-person wellness. We recognize that racism and other forms of oppression impact the lives of the people we serve.  It’s why equity and inclusion are central to our mission, to foster hope, health, and wellbeing, for people with a mental illness. Together, we are working to create an environment that welcomes and affirms all people.

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that Touchstone Mental Health services are situated on the ancestral lands of the Dakota people, who hold this land in reverence. We recognize the painful legacy of forced assimilation and land loss that has inflicted profound cultural, physical, and emotional harm upon Indigenous communities. We honor and hold in high regard the diverse Native peoples who maintain connections to this land, preserving tribal sovereignty, treaty rights, and cultural resilience. We affirm our understanding that colonialism persists as an ongoing process. We commit ourselves to be accountable for addressing both historical and contemporary injustices that continue to affect Indigenous peoples.

Donate Today

Your gift helps people have a home, resources, and services that supports mental health recovery.

Contact Us

2312 Snelling Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Phone (612) 874-6409
Fax (612) 874-0157