Anissa Keyes, Owner of Arubah, Named a 2019 Women in Business by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

Congratulations to Anissa Keyes, founder and owner of Arubah Emotional Health Services for being named one of Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal’s 2019 Women in Business Honorees!

We are thrilled for you, Anissa, and proud to be a part of your journey!

A Career Dedicated to Healing and Empathy

In 2012, Anissa opened Arubah Emotional Health Services to provide a gathering place in her community where people could come and find healing through personalized and holistic treatment plans. Her mission is to enable, empower and help facilitate personal restoration by providing accessible and affordable mental health services to individuals, couples, families and groups.

Beyond her business, Anissa is a tireless advocate for accessible mental health, especially for the African American and communities with economic challenges in and around North Minneapolis. She is deeply involved in these communities through a myriad of organizations that promote healthy lifestyle choices, empower people of color, and foster community engagement.

CRF is proud to support Anissa and the work she is doing through Arubah Emotional Health Services by providing her with small business financing, which helped her purchase a building and expand in North Minneapolis.

Read About 2019 Women in Business Honorees

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