Mental Health / Housing Crisis Resources

Mental Health:

If you are experiencing a crisis (you feel suicidal, are concerned about your behavior, or feel like you may harm yourself) and need help now, county crisis teams are available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

  •  Anoka:   763.755.3801
  •  Carver/Scott:  952.442.7601
  •  Dakota:   952.891.7171
  •  Hennepin:   Adults – 612.596.1223,  Children – 612.348.2233
  •  Ramsey:   Adults – 651.266.7900, Children – 651.774.7000
  •  Washington:   651.777.5222

Located in Saint Paul, MN, 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. Crisis line staff might recommend a visit to Urgent Care for Adult Mental Health, or connect you with a mobile crisis team in your community.

View a list of Minnesota Mental Health Crisis phone numbers  – published and maintained by the Minnesota Department of Human Services,  this includes statewide county information if you are looking for resources outside of the Twin Cities area.

 

Housing (by county):

  • Dakota CountyContact the Dakota County Crisis Program. Crisis Line: 952-891-7171
  • Hennepin County Homeless Shelter Resources:  single adults in need of emergency shelter should apply at: Century Plaza, 330 S. 12th St, Minneapolis, MN, 3rd floor, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Ramsey County Housing Crisis Response: provides housing services and support for Ramsey County families, single adults, and youth who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
    • Families: 651.215.2262, calls are answered Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
    • Youth services: 651.224.9644,  calls are answered Monday-Friday 10:00-8:00
    • Single Adults: 651.288.4717, appointments are needed and must be scheduled through the Housing Screener
  • Washington County Homelessness Response System: Contact  Washington County Community Services, 651-430-6455

Looking for general information on how crisis teams work and how they can suppport you?  NAMI Minnesota provides answers in their crisis resources.

 

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