Crisis Resources in Minnesota and Nationally
Metro Area Crisis Services:
In the event of an emotional or psychological emergency, you may go to the nearest Emergency Department or contact:
–Hennepin County COPE–Community Outreach for (Adult) Psychiatric Emergencies: 612-596-1223: 24/7 outreach to adults in Hennepin County.
–Ramsey County (Adult Mental Health) Urgent Care: 651-266-7900. Phone, walk-in (8-5 weekdays), mobile outreach.
Their 24 hour crisis line: 651-266-7900
–Suburban County Crisis Intervention Teams: Anoka: 763-755-3801; Dakota: 952-891-7171; Carver/Scott: 952-442-7601; Washington: 651-777-5222.
National Crisis Services
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Children of the Night: Rescuing America’s Children from Prostitution http://www.childrenofthenight.org/ 24-HR HOTLINE 1.800.551.1300
S.A.F.E. ALTERNATIVES® www.selfinjury.com 800-DONTCUT / 800-366-8288
Trevor Project Lifeline: http://www.thetrevorproject.org/section/get-help
If you are a transgender, gender non-conforming, or gender questioning youth, please know you are not alone: 24 hour crisis line 866-488-7386
Written resources on suicide that might be helpful are found in the Crisis Resources (PDF) listed below.
Organizations in Minnesota and Nationally
Minnesota and National Organizations Compiled by Irene Greene (PDF)
An extensive resource list of organizations that provide services addressing these topics:
- Abuse Resources
- Psychological and Emotional Health Agencies and Organizations
- Emotional Well-Being Support, Advocacy and Training
- Social Justice: Advocacy, Education and Support
- Sexuality: Advocacy, Education and Networking
*This resource list is not an inclusive list of the many organizations and resources available on each of these topics. I do not assume any responsibility for the content, recommendations or advice that any of these resources may offer.