Mental Health

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American Indian Family Center — Short and long-term counseling for youth, adults, couples and families, healing circles on select topics, mental health assessments, community education and workshops on the importance of mental health.

Child Crisis612-348-2233 — Mobile crisis teams for Children, ages 17 and younger. They may choose to send police.

COPE612-596-1223 — Mobile crisis teams for adults, 18 and older. They may choose to send police.

Crisis Text Line741-741 — Free help across the state; text “MN” to 741-741

Fast Tracker833-437-3466 — Linking people to mental health and substance use disorder services with real time availability.

Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly – Committed to fostering life-affirming connections and companionship for healthy aging. Each year, we connect more than 1,000 program participants and caring volunteers from the community through phone companionship, drop-in chat lines, social activities and holiday celebrations.

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault — Resources on finding support, advocating as a survivor, and caring for yourself.

Minnesota Warmline651-493-6634 — Peer support for mental health recovery, support and wellness from 5PM-10PM, Monday through Saturday. ***NOTE*** Warmline will provide support, but are not necessarily trained to provide crisis care.

National Suicide Hotline1-800-273-8255 — 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources.

Therapy for Latinx — An online national mental health resource for Latinx folks, providing resources for the Latinx community to heal, thrive, and become advocates for their own mental health.

Trans Lifeline877-565-8860 — Anonymous and confidential counseling and assistance for Trans individuals. If in crisis, they will not call police unless you request it.

Sexual Violence Center612-871-5111 — Respectful, confidential services to survivors, their friends, and their families free of charge. Free counseling support (up to 10 sessions) to review options and resources.

Walk-in Counseling Center — Completely free and anonymous counseling services for individuals, couples, or families. No appointment or insurance needed. Due to COVID-19, all clinics are now phone-in or log-in only. Visit the link for detailed instructions on how to call in.

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