Great Lakes Psychological Services announces closure including its divisions

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(ABC 6 News) – In a letter sent to patients, Great Lakes Psychological Services announced it’s closing along with its divisions, Inspire Mental Health Center and Bluestem Center for Child and Family Development.

A letter was sent to ABC 6 News that stated Great Lakes will be closing their practice by Mar. 3, and in the coming weeks, providers would be reaching out to patients to provide referral information and to help facilitate a transfer of care to a new practice.

Great Lakes said patients who do not have a next appointment already scheduled, to reach out to their provider immediately to terminate care appropriately. They also recommend patients to call their insurance provider to identify in-network providers and to reach out to their primary care provider for support. The company said it’s possible providers may continue to work with patients at their new practices, and those options would be discussed.

Great Lakes said any patients that would like to access their records to transition care to another provider, to email

An employee at Bluestem Center for Autism in Byron tells ABC 6 News that the mental health side of Bluestem, which consists of three therapists, will also be closing on March 3. However, the Autism Clinics at Byron and Rochester center are scheduled to remain open.

ABC 6 News will provide additional information when it becomes available.