Crisis Resources

Bridge for Youth

  • Crisis program including shelter and food
  • Transitions program for older teens
  • Youth and family counseling
  • Health program
  • Support groups for:
    LGBTQ youth
    Young women 13-17 years old
    Young men 13-17 years old
    Parents of youth

1111 West 22nd Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55405

612-377-8800 (24 hour hotline)

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Canvas HelathCrisis Connection

Please note that your phone number cannot be blocked.

Phone: 612-379-6363 Toll Free: 866-379-6363 24 hour crisis hotline

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Confidential, non-judgmental, free counseling and support.

Casa de Esperanza

  • Crisis line available
  • Advocacy for Latina women and children experiencing domestic violence
  • Information centers help with resumes, job searches, computer and Internet access, and document translations

Phone: 651-646-5553

Crisis Line: 651-772-1611

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  • Provides referrals

100 E 80th St.
Bloomington, MN 55420

Phone: 952-884-0376

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Diane Ahrens Crisis Residence

Psychiatrist, nurse, and mental health practitioners on site. Teaching coping skills, connect people with other mental health resources and services.

  • Psychiatrist, nurse, and mental health practitioners on-site
  • Emphasis on learning coping skills
  • Staff can help to connect people with other mental health resources and services

Phone: 651-645-9424

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Must be referred via Ramsey County Mental Health Crisis hotline.

Guild Incorporated’s Maureen’s House

Meet immediate needs for food, clothing, and medical care.

  • Create a treatment and recovery plan based on your individual needs and goals.

  • Stabilize symptoms with medication assistance
    Staffed with mental health practitioners and workers, and Registered Nurses are available.
  • Private and semi- private rooms are available. Staff is available 24 hours a day.

Call 24 hours a day at 612.267.5242. Access services anytime, day or night, if a room is available. 

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Hennepin County COPE

  • Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to adult Hennepin County residents.
  • COPE professionals go where a person is,handle the immediate crisis, and provide a clinical assessment. COPE can also arrange an emergency evaluation for inpatient psychiatric services.
  • Telephone consultations are also available.
  • This service is available to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay.

Minneapolis, MN


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When a severe disturbance of mood or thinking threatens a person's safety, you can call Hennepin County's Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies (COPE).

Hennepin County Front Door

Hennepin County residents only

  • Health Care Assistance
  • Children and Adult Mental Health
  • Food Assistance
  • Veterans Services
  • Childcare Assistance and Youth Resources

Phone: 612-348-3000

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This is the first call to make if you are interested in accessing county social services like: mental health case management, Minnesota health care programs, waivered in-home services, lists of ARMHS providers, lists of Adult Foster Care homes, information about emergency case management, homeless outreach services, basic needs, etc.

Hennepin County Medical Center Acute Psychiatric Service

  • Community consultation and education on crisis intervention.
  • Suicide Hotline (612) 873-2222, giving suicidal callers hope through crisis counseling
  • Crisis intervention phone service for assessment, information, and referral for psychiatric emergencies. (612) 873-3161

Phone: 612-873-2222

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Hennepin County Medical Center's (HCMC) Acute Psychiatric Services provides 24-hour walk-in crisis intervention and treatment of behavioral emergencies.

HCMC will work with you to figure out issues related to cost. Through a financial assistance program called Hennepin Care, HCMC provides discounts of up to 100% for patients with limited income who live in Hennepin County.

Lutheran Social Service (LSS)

Mental health services include counseling and mental health evaluations for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families

  • Residential and in-home services
  • Guardianship/care coordination
  • Support groups including caregiver support
  • Youth services including homeless youth programs and emergency youth shelters
  • Veteran and military family services

2400 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Counseling: 612-879-5320 Crisis Line: 612-302-4600 Safehouse: 651-254-4744 Employment Services: 612-871-0221 Toll-Free: 888-881-8261

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Accepts insurance. Also has a sliding fee scale.

Lutheran Social Services has many more programs available. View their website or call them for further program information.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Toll-free 800-273-8255 (800-273-TALK) TTY #: 800-799-4889 Live chat available via website during weeknights

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

This service will connect you with Crisis Connection if you are calling from Minnesota. If calling from elsewhere in the nation, this number will connect you with a crisis center in your area.

Toll-Free: 1-800-273-TALK

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People Incorporated Mental Health Services

  • Services include:

    - Case Management Services

    - Children's & Family Services

    - Clinical Services

    - Community Support Services

    - Homeless Services

    - Residential Services

    - Treatment Services (MI/CD + Crisis)

2060 Centre Pointe Blvd
Suite 3
St. Paul, MN 55120


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Programs located throughout the Twin Cities Metro area.

UrgentCare for Adult Mental Health

Serving adults (age 18 and older) who are either physically in or residents of Ramsey, Dakota, and Washington Counties

  • On-site mental health and trained peer support staff
  • Crisis psychiatric care, assessment, stabilization, and phone support
  • Peer and family support
  • Mental health and chemical health screenings
  • Assistance with community resources in Ramsey, Dakota, and Washington counties

402 University Avenue East
St. Paul, MN

Phone: 651-266-7900

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Managed by Ramsey County with funding from the Mental Health Crisis Alliance. Walk-ins welcome. 24/7 Mobile Crisis Teams and Crisis Phone Line: 651-266-7900

This service is available to everyone, regardless of ability to pay. Cost is not a barrier to accessing help.

Walk-In Counseling Center

  • Walk-in counseling - no appointment needed
  • See website for hours of operation
  • This clinic does not require medical records or identifiable information. At this clinic you can remain anonymous.
  • This clinic's services are free and available to everyone

2421 Chicago Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Phone: 612-870-0565

Appointments can be made for Spanish speakers through the voicemail line reached by calling 612-870-0565 and pressing the number 2 in the options menu.

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Partner locations in St. Paul:

Family Tree Clinic
1619 Dayton Avenue, #205
St. Paul, MN 55104

Neighborhood House
179 Robie Street East
St. Paul MN 55107