RESOURCES

FOR ADULTS

IN CRISIS

NATIONAL SUICIDE 

PREVENTION LIFE LINE

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

SUICIDE CRISIS

TEXT LINE

TEXT 'MN' to 741741

MINNESOTA FARM & RURAL HELPLINE

833-600-2670

Mental Health Crisis Team

Crisis teams, made up of mental health professionals, can travel to an individual’s location and assess the situation. They provide stabilization services, intervention services, crisis prevention planning, referral to other professionals, and follow-up services. The crisis teams are available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Find your county below.

Hennepin County 641-348-2233

Carver County 952-442-7601

Ramsey County 651-266-7878

Anoka County 763-755-3801

Dakota County 952-891-7171

Washington County 651-275-7400

Scott County 952-818-3702

MENTAL HEALTH

Mental Health Connect Navigators

612-642-1220

www.mhconnect.org

Navigators are experienced social workers who help remove barriers and complexities in order to gain access to resources based on your unique situation. They will walk you through your situation, whether you need to find the right treatment program or figure out financial barriers. This service is free, individualized and confidential.

Relate Counseling Services

952-826-7277

www.relatemn.org

Nonprofit mental health center and a leading provider of outpatient assessments and counseling services.

PrairieCare

952-826-8475

www.prairie-care.com

Nation’s largest providers of premier psychiatric services offering a continuum of mental health services to the Twin Cities metro area.

NAMI - Parent Warmline

parent.resources@namimn.org

Many parents feel isolated and overwhelmed by their child’s behaviors or mental illnesses and don’t know where to start or to whom they can talk. If you feel this way and don’t have time to attend support groups and classes or even make a phone call, contact the parent email warmline at NAMI Minnesota to connect with a parent peer specialist.

SUBSTANCE USE / MENTAL HEALTH

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

855-419-7817

www.hazeldenbettyford.org

Inpatient and outpatient addiction and mental health treatment programs, recovery support services, and resources including virtual and phone-based coaching.

Newport Academy

833-970-0409

www.newportacademy.com

https://www.newportacademy.com/resources/

Brings teens from self-destruction to self-esteem by treating the primary mental health issues that are the underlying causes of high-risk behavior. Treats individuals ages 12–18 who are struggling with teenage depression, teen anxiety, and trauma-related issues, along with co-occurring eating disorders and teenage substance abuse. 

MN Adult & Teen Challenge

612-373-3366

www.mntc.org

Assist men, women and teens in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other life-controlling problems by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

M Fairview Health

1-800-468-3120

https://mhealthfairview.org/

Provides a wide range of substance use and mental health services for all ages, ranging from short-term needs to complex, ongoing treatment. We also specialize in addressing combined mental health and substance use issues.

LGBTQ

The Trevor Project

1-866-488-7386

https://www.thetrevorproject.org/resources/

We provide information & support to LGBTQ young people 24/7, all year round.

The Trevor Project

1-866-488-7386

https://www.thetrevorproject.org/resources/

We provide information & support to LGBTQ young people 24/7, all year round.

EATING DISORDER / BODY DISMORPHIA

The Emily Program

1-888-364-5977

https://www.emilyprogram.com/about-eating-disorders/

Eating disorders are real, complex illnesses that can cause severe harm. Like schizophrenia or diabetes, eating disorders are not a choice, fad, or phase. Eating disorders are also more prevalent than many people realize, and they rarely resolve on their own. Fortunately, they are treatable. The Emily Program provides personalized treatment plans that help each person on the path to recovery.

Children's Minnesota

1-866-755-2121

https://www.childrensmn.org/services/care-specialties-departments/eating-disorders/

Not many people know just how serious eating disorders are. In the United States, 20 million females and 10 million males suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder, making it more common than acute lymphocytic leukemia or breast cancer. Eating disorders, the third most common chronic illness among teen girls, have a higher mortality rate than any other mental illness. At Children’s Minnesota’s Center for the Treatment of Eating Disorders, we have the right tools to diagnose eating disorders in children. We deliver the leading evidence-based treatments to patients of all ages and with all types of eating disorders.