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.
Report concerns to School Staff.
Access To transportation, Food, housing, and more.
Locate mental health and substance use disorder services
Find shelter, Food and Basic Need support.
Call 9-1-1 or:
- Call or text 988 to reach the Suicide & Crisis Hotline
- Text MN to 741741 or call CRISIS (274274) from a mobile phone
- Call 651-275-7400: Washington County Mobile Crisis Response
With 2023 Pony Homecoming week coming up Sept. 25-30, have conversations with your teen about being safe and smart about the decisions they make.
Growing up in 2023 is a very different world than when parents grew up. Kids are facing many different challenges that parents may have not experienced for themselves.
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Take stock of your mental health and set goals for improvement with these helpful tips from Family Means therapists.
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Resilience is the ability to adapt to difficult situations and is a key skill for your children to develop. Check out a five-part video series for tips.
Make a habit out of nurturing your mental and physical health each day. Follow these simple practices to begin this journey.