CRISIS TEXT LINE: Text SIGNS to 741741
Crisis Text Line serves anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support and information via text. A live trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds quickly.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-274-TALK (8255)
24/7, suicide prevention hotline available to anyone at risk of hurting themselves or in emotional distress.
Acute Psychiatry Services (APS)
Hennepin Healthcare’s Acute Psychiatric Services (APS) center serves those in emotional crisis with 24-hour, seven-day-a-week crisis counseling, assessment, and referral. Call (612) 873-3161 for services. 701 4th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55415. https://www.hennepinhealthcare.org/specialty/psychiatry/acute-psychiatry-services/
Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies (COPE)
Minneapolis are crisis line for adults 18 and older. Any adult in Hennepin County who is experiencing symptoms of a mental health crisis and needs crisis assessment and intervention, particularly individuals whose crisis is likely to escalate without prompt intervention and those at risk of psychiatric hospitalization. Call 612-596-1223 for services 24/7.
Crisis Text Line
Text MN to 741741
Minnesota Department of Human Services
Provides a list of adult and child crisis response phone numbers for counties in Minnesota. https://mn.gov/dhs/people-we-serve/adults/health-care/mental-health/resources/crisis-contacts.jsp
Urgent Care for Adult Mental Health
Offers walk-in crisis services for adults (ages 18 and older) in Ramsey, Dakota, and Washington Counties. Call the crisis line, 651-266-7900, for immediate mental health support, 24 hours a day. https://www.ramseycounty.us/content/urgent-care-adult-mental-health
Dakota County Crisis Stabilization
Client will receive a brief assessment of need over the phone. A referral for crisis stabilization services will be forwarded to the supervisor for review and assignment, if appropriate. At times, there is a waitlist for services; caller will be informed of waitlist. Otherwise, a worker will reach out to discuss services within 72 business hours of phone call. Referrals for Crisis Stabilization are taken through the Crisis Response Unit, 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, Call (952) 891-7171 with Crisis Assessment information
Diane Ahrens Crisis Residence – People Incorporated
Crisis staff will complete a phone screening to determine a needs assessment, eligibility and insurance verification. If the referrer has verbal or written collateral information please share that with the crisis staff. If the client meets the criteria of being an adult 18 years or older, and is in a mental health crisis they will be invited to the crisis residence for a face to face assessment. For intake, call (651) 645-9424.
Maureen’s House – Guild Incorporated
If you are experiencing a crisis or other emergency situation and you have schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, or another psychiatric illness, you might need a place to go. Provided in a quiet, residential setting. Private and semi-private bedrooms are available. Accessible. Staff is available 24 hours a day. Focused on helping you restore stability, solve problems, and figure out what’s next. Staff are available 24/7. There is a phone screen that staff will go over with the individual and/or the referral source. Admissions can occur at any time. Call 24 hours a day at (612)267-5242.
Nancy Page Crisis Residence – People Incorporated
A crisis assessment and treatment plan are completed within 24 hours to establish immediate needs and stabilization goals that can be explored over the next 3-10 days. Staff work with each resident daily through groups and one to one interventions to actualize progress on their individual goals and create a mental health crisis prevention plan. Call (612) 870-3787. Press 1 for referrals. Nancy Page Crisis residence operates 24/7.
Ramsey County Crisis Stabilization
Crisis Stabilization services include: Face to face meetings, supportive counseling, further assessment of mental health status and needs, skills training, help with referrals, and collaboration with other providers and informal networks. Referrals for Crisis Stabilization are taken by faxing the referral form to Ramsey County Crisis Stabilization Team at 651-266-7854. Contact Ramsey County Crisis Stabilization at 651-266-3551 to talk to a member of the team, phones are answered Monday-Friday 8-4:30 and messages are checked on weekends
Ramsey County Urgent Psychiatry Services
Crisis psychiatry at Ramsey County is a short-term service for Ramsey County Residents who are in crisis and do not have a provider or their appointment with their new provider is far out and they need services to bridge them to that appointment. Must be over 18 and a Ramsey County Resident. Contact Ramsey County Crisis Stabilization at (651)266-3551 to schedule an appointment, phones are answered Monday-Friday 8-4:30 and messages are checked on weekends. You can fax information to (651)266-7854. Walk-In Appointment are also available at the Urgent Care for Adult Mental Health – 402 University Ave. E, St. Paul, MN 55130 (Monday through Thursday: 8:15 – 11:30am; Friday: 8:30 – 12:00pm).
Washington County Crisis Response Unit
Assist individuals and families experiencing a crisis. The team is designed to serve as a valuable resource to law enforcement, hospitals, schools, and other community agencies. Washington County Crisis Response Unit also provides 24/7/365 mobile crisis mental health services for adults and children experiencing a crisis. Mobile crisis interventions are face-to-face, short-term, intensive mental health services. Call (651)275-7400 24/7 to speak with a Washington County Crisis Response Unit team member and begin intake process for Crisis Stabilization or Urgent Psychiatry.
Milwaukee Country Behavioral Health Division
Provides care and treatment to adults, children and adolescents with mental illness, substance use disorders and intellectual disabilities through both county-operated programs and contracts with community agencies. Services include intensive short-term treatment through crisis and inpatient services, as well as a full array of supportive community services for persons with serious mental illness and substance use disorders. 414-257-6995 (Main)
Psychiatric Crisis Service Admission Center:
Provides 24-hours a day, 7-days a week psychiatric emergency services including assessment, crisis intervention, and medication as well as the capacity for observation for up to 48 hours as needed. (414) 257-7260
Individuals who are uninsured receive a clinical needs assessment and a referral for services, whether for therapy, medication assessment, or both, on the day of their visit to the clinic. If an individual is determined to be in need of medication, they will be referred for medication evaluation. The clinic can also help to identify additional community-based resources and provides peer support services. New patients are seen in the order of their arrival. Proof of Milwaukee County residency is required. 414-257-7665
24-hour mental health and suicide crisis line. Individuals seeking assistance can talk with a professional who is able to provide counseling, information, and referrals to community resources. Also assists agencies and individuals working with suicidal individuals and/or people in crisis. (414) 257-7222
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS):
CCS is a voluntary Medicaid program, serving both adults and children, designed to help individuals coping with mental health, emotional disturbances and /or substance use disorders recover from their conditions and attain the lives they desire. Individuals who participate in CCS work with a care coordinator to design a recovery plan intended to build the skills needed to improve health, promote wellness and attain personal goals. CCS provides a coordinated, comprehensive, community-based array of services. To learn more about CCS, the enrollment process and the services/providers available via the benefit call (414) 257-6060.
Community Access to Recovery Services (CARS):
Provides a full array of supportive, recovery-oriented services for persons with severe and persistent mental illness and/or issues with alcohol or other drug abuse. CARS serves Milwaukee County residents through its Mental Health Services and WIser Choice programs, which work together to ensure that individuals receive high-quality services for mental health and/or AODA needs. Call for guidance on eligibility and accessing mental health services for yourself or someone else. Qualified mental health professionals may refer eligible individuals by completing a form which can be found on the website. Individuals who are uninsured may access outpatient mental health treatment through the Access Clinic. (414) 257-8095
CHILDS MOBLIE CRISIS TEAM (Formerly named Mobile Urgent Treatment Team):
A telephone and mobile crisis service for children and adolescents (to age 18). MUTT will answer questions and concerns about your child by phone or by meeting with you and your child in the community or at home. (414) 257-7621
Crisis Resource Center:
Short-term stabilization resource that provides assessment, stabilization, supportive, and recovery services. Behavioral Health Division partners with the Milwaukee Center for Independence for this service. Call directly to make a referral: There are two locations; 2057 S. 14th Street – (414) 643-8778 and 5409 W. Villard Street – (414) 539-4024