Becoming Well-Minded

At Eunoia Family Resource Center we are committed to helping you maintain your wellness of mind through our variety of therapies.

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About Eunoia

Eunoia (ee-OH-nee-ah) defined: well-minded.

At Eunoia Family Resource Center we are committed to helping you maintain your wellness of mind through our variety of therapies, including individual, couples, family and group. Even if we are not the right place for you, we will help point you in the right direction.

We understand the difficulty in making appointments around your busy schedule. For your convenience we offer day and evening appointments. You can also request an appointment online.

6 locations to better serve your needs

Eunoia Family Resource Center was founded in March 2008 by Dr. Ramie Vetter in Fairmont, Minnesota which is our home location. We opened our first St. James location in 2013 and, in 2014, we opened our second St. James location. Also in 2014, we opened our New Ulm office. In July 2015, we opened in Gaylord and, in March 2016, our Mankato location opened.

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