Working Together to Provide the Right Care at the Right Time

Working Together to Provide the Right Care at the Right Time

= Telehealth

= In-person

= Insurance Required

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= Ramsey Cty only

D

= Dakota Cty only

W

= Washingon Cty only

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M-Sa
Noon-10pm

The Minnesota Warmline provides peer support via phone/text and helps people avoid crisis and use of emergency/intensive services.

877-404-3190

Text “support” to 85511

24/7

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress

800-273-8255

24/7

Crisis Text Line – free, 24/7 support for those in crisis via text with a trained Crisis Counselor

Text MN to 741741

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Mon-Fri
9am-6pm

Minnesota Recovery Connection connect with a Recovery Navigator and/or make an appointment to meet 1:1 for a longer session

612-584-4158

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Description

Access

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M-F, 7-5:30

People Incorporated Outpatient – Clinics are currently scheduling in-person and virtual therapy appointments

651-774-0011

M-F 8-5

Wilder – During COVID-19 appointments are available via telehealth for adult, family and children’s mental health services

651-280-2310

M-F, 7:30-5

Canvas Health – Talk to an intake coordinator who will match you with a clinician who can get you the help they need in the location that’s most convenient

651-777-5222

M-F, 7:30-7:30
Sat, 7:30-Noon

Minnesota Community Care – Call for appointments for full array of health and mental health appointments

651-602-7500

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Description

Access

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Walk-In – M-F, 8-3:30
Phone – M-F, 8-4:30

Ramsey County Welcome Center for Adult Mental Health – Provide easily accessible mental health services to people with urgent needs and few service options.

1919 Univ. Ave W. (Fairview & University)
651-266-7890

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Walk-In – M,W 1-3;5-8:30; T,Th 6-8:30; F 1-3

Walk-In Counseling Center – Counseling services are completely free and anonymous, with no appointment needed. All of our professional counselors volunteer their time.

Zoom only during Covid – zoom.us/j/458270804  press “Join a Meeting”

612-870-0565

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Description

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Phone M-F, 8-4:30
Walk In M-F, 8-4

Minnesota Community Care Renewal Services – Nurse will answer who can triage an acute crisis, do initial intake, and schedule same/next day appointments. Walk-In at Downtown Clinic @ 424 Dorothy Day Place; and La Clinica @ 153 Cesar Chavez St.

651-602-7506

M-F, 8-5

Wilder – During COVID-19 appointments are available via telehealth for adult, family and children’s mental health services

651-280-2136

24/7

For insured clients, call the number on the back of their insurance card.

M-F 8-4:30

For uninsured clients, call their County of Residence for access to Substance Use services

Ramsey – 651-266-4008

Dakota – 651-554-6424

Washington – 651-430-6561

Hours

Description

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24/7

Single Adults (22 years +) Seeking Shelter – Call Catholic Charities or Union Gospel Mission. Catholic Charities has a daily lottery for their shelter beds; people can call or show up in-person (at 435 Dorothy Day Place) daily from 9am to 3:30pm. Names are then drawn through a lottery system at 3:30 pm each day (must be present).  Referrers can also email the Ramsey County Adult Hotel Shelter team at adultshelterreferral@co.ramsey.mn.us requesting access.

Catholic Charities – 651-647-2350 – option #7

Union Gospel Mission – 651-292-1721

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Email 24/7 (preferred)
Phone M-F, 8-4:30

Radias Health Homeless Outreach –  Provide outreach and case management for people who are experiencing serious mental illnesses and/or substance abuse. EMAIL PREFERRED:  radiashomelessservices@radiashealth.org

651-783-5427

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Phone M-F, 7-5:30

People Incorporated Homeless Outreach –  Provide outreach, drop-in services, substance use services and case management for people who are experiencing homelessness.

651-774-0011

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Phone M-F, 7-5:30

Ally Supportive Services – Provides those experiencing homelessness with resources as quickly as possible.

612-875-9683

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Phone M-F, 8-4:30

Dakota County Housing Crisis Line – Dakota County residents may call the Housing Crisis Line if they need emergency shelter and/or
information on community housing resources and referrals.

651-554-5751

D

Phone 24/7, calls returned in 1 business day

Homeless Outreach Services Team – Provides access to services to assist in becoming stably housed, as well as assist with accessing other resources to meet their basic needs.

651-430-6488

W

Hours

Description

Access

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24/7

Ramsey County Mobile Crisis Team – Mental health crisis services are available 24/7 providing phone support and can meet people at their homes, schools, workplaces or in the community. Physically in Ramsey County.

651-266-7900

R

M-F
8am-5:30pm

Ramsey County Urgent Care for Adult Mental Health provides service to adults in Ramsey County who are experiencing a mental health or chemical health crisis.

Walk-In

402 Univ. Ave E. (University just  east of I-35E)

R

M-F, 8-5:00

Ramsey County Crisis StabilizationProfessional who has completed an assessment can refer to community care following a crisis assessment

651-266-3551

R

24/7

Dakota County Crisis Response Unit – Answered by caring staff who know a lot about mental health, housing, shelters, food, employment and transportation. Can provide face-to-face crisis intervention and stabilization.

952-891-7171

D

24/7

Washington County Crisis Response Unit – Provides mobile crisis mental health services for adults and children experiencing a crisis phone and face-to-face, short-term, intensive mental health services.

651-275-7400

W

24/7

Guild South in South St. Paul provides an up to 10 day stay for individuals needing stabilization in a residential setting when experiencing a mental health crisis.

612-267-5242

24/7

Guild Crisis & Recovery Center in Scott County provides an up to 10 day stay for individuals needing stabilization in a residential setting when experiencing a mental health crisis.

651-347-9889

24/7

People Incorporated Crisis Residences provide a 3-10 day stay for individuals needing stabilization in a residential setting when experiencing a mental health crisis.

651-774-0011

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Description

Access

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24/7

911 will triage call and dispatch Law Enforcement or EMS to the scene to determine next steps.

911

24/7

Regions Emergency Department – Individual will be assessed to determine if hospital level of care is required.  Those not requiring hospital level of care will be discharged with referrals for care.

651-254-1000
640 Jackson St

24/7

United Emergency DepartmentIndividual will be assessed to determine if hospital level of care is required.  Those not requiring hospital level of care will be discharged with referrals for care.

651-241-8000
333 Smith Ave N

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Fast Tracker is a real-time, searchable directory of available mental health and substance use disorder resources that can connect individuals and families to mental health and substance use disorder providers, physicians, care coordinators, and others.

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