Mental Health Support
You're Not Alone
More and more of the youth in our communities are struggling with mental health issues, from anxiety and depression to drug addiction and suicide ideation.
If you're noticing your child acting out, becoming anxious or depressed, or developing unhealthy behaviors or addictions, please reach out to us. We are here to help.
In Crisis? Call 9-1-1 or:
- Text MN to 741741 or call CRISIS (274274) from a mobile phone
- Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255): National Suicide Prevention Line
- Call 651-275-7400: Washington County Mobile Crisis Response
If you overhear something, notice strange behaviors, or see a concerning post on social media - please speak up.
Locate mental health and substance use disorder services
Access To transportation, Food, housing, and more. Call 2-1-1.
Find shelter, Food and Basic Need support. call 612-475-4055.
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