If you have an emergency, please call 911.
If you or your child is having a mental health emergency, call Hennepin County Mental Health Emergencies at 612-596-1223 (ADULTS) or 612-348-2233 (CHILDREN).
An additional crisis line: Suicide Prevention Hotline at 612-873-2222.
You can also text MN to 741741 and a trained counselor will respond.
If your home becomes unsafe, contact the Hotline, Day One, and/or Sojourner Project.
Activities, tips, and resources for taking care of your emotional well-being
Change to Chill by Alina Health is a free, easy-to-use mental well-being website for teens. Resources include activities and videos on topics related to teen stress and resilience. Hopkins is a proud school partner of Change to Chill! Check out their school closure Virtual Care Package in English, Somali, and Spanish!
Local Mental Health Providers
MoveFwd continues to provide tele-therapy sessions to current clients (youth ages 12-24). New referrals will be placed on a waiting list and contacted by us to explain tele-therapy options and approximate wait time.
MoveFwd also provides housing assistance (finding housing and/or emergency shelter and rental/mortgage assistance), employment help, assistance with paying utilities, and basic needs supplies for youth who are on their own and for families. Intakes and appointments will be completed via phone or virtual meetings in most cases. Call mainline 952-988-TEEN(8336).
St. David's specializes in early childhood mental health and serves children and families with developmental delays, disabilities, physical challenges, medical complications, attention deficit disorders, and emotional disturbances.
West Metro Mental Health Providers
Allina Health mental health and addiction professionals work closely with you, along with your other health care providers to treat your whole being because mental health and physical health are interrelated. You must be an Allina client or discharging from hospitalization at Allina to access their services.
Children's Minnesota offers a wide range of services for common childhood behavioral problems and mental health concerns. Their team of psychologists, psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, nurse practitioners who are board-certified pediatric mental health specialists, and social workers are experienced in treating behavioral problems in children. They focus on treatments that have been proven effective through research. They have an eating disorder program as well.
Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio (CLUES) is Minnesota’s largest Latino-led nonprofit organization, founded in 1981 by and for Latinos to provide culturally and linguistically relevant services. CLUES offers a safe space where trained professionals can help you or a loved one improve your ability to face problems, build self-esteem and increase your overall sense of wellbeing. Services are available in Spanish and English, and we accept most major insurances and offer a fixed rate for those who are uninsured.
The Emily Program is a national leader in treating eating disorders. Their approach is based on the belief that individuals are unique and that they intuitively seek meaning, value, and creativity in life. Effective treatment requires an awareness of the genetic, biological, psychological, social, and cultural impacts on each person. Simply put, they believe that treatment with you in mind can help you get better. They offer day treatment, outpatient treatment, and residential treatment.
Fraser is Minnesota’s largest and most experienced provider of autism and early childhood mental health services. Fraser serves children and adults through healthcare, housing, education, and employment. Their programs are nationally recognized for their high quality, innovation, and individualized family-centered approach.
Headway Emotional Health Services is a 50-year old therapy nonprofit serving the mental and emotional health needs of the greater Twin Cities metro area. They believe everyone has the ability to build and maintain themselves from the inside and live their life with purpose. Everyone's experiences and goals are different, so they have a variety of programs and over 200 therapists, mental health workers, and staff to meet you where you are and tailor your therapy to your needs. They operate on a sliding fee scale.
Melrose Center has provided compassionate, expert care for all types of eating disorders for people of every age and gender for over 35 years. They’ve helped guide thousands of people toward recovery using evidence-based treatment. This means that they base their programs on the latest research and treatments proven to help.
Northpoint Health & Wellness Center's Behavioral Health Clinic offers counseling as well as psychiatric care for individuals, couples, and families. If the patient is uninsured, they offer a sliding fee scale.
Nystrom & Associates is a group of professional care providers from the fields of psychiatry, psychology, marriage and family therapy, clinical social work, addiction treatment, and nursing who are committed to helping individuals and families that are experiencing personal, emotional, marital, or psychological challenges. They have 40 clinic locations. Nobody is denied access to services due to their inability to pay. They offer a discounted/sliding fee schedule available based on family size and income.
Psychology Consultation Specialists serve adults, children, teens, and families to meet all of your psychological needs in one place. Their licensed mental health professionals provide assessment and psychotherapy services. Proven strategies are used in collaboration with physicians, schools, and others as needed.
At Rogers Hospital in Minneapolis, patients can access effective outpatient treatment and the support needed to find hope and healing from their mental health condition. They offer partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient care to children, teens, and adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and anxiety. Partial hospitalization care is available to children, teens, and adults with eating disorders, and adults with depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders, as well as trauma (posttraumatic stress disorder). Both outpatient treatment levels allow patients to receive our services for part of the day and return to home, school, or work.