• Mental Health Emergencies

  • Life-Threatening Mental Health Emergency

    If you are in a potentially life-threatening situation as a result of a mental health crisis, you should call 911.

    Non-Life-Threatening Mental Health Emergency

    Residential Students:   If you have a non-life-threatening mental health emergency or question that cannot wait for regular C&HS hours, please contact your R.A. 

    Residential and Non-Residential Students:
      If you have a non-life-threatening mental emergency or question that cannot wait for regular C&HS hours, please call one of the following agencies.  Each has trained professionals answering phones 24 hours a day.

    24-hour Telephone Counseling and Resources

    Crisis Connection
    (612) 379-6363
    24-hour crisis counseling by telephone
    Suicide Hotline
    612-873-2222

    Ramsey County Mental Health Crisis Program
    651-266-7900
    24-hour crisis counseling, consultation, crisis assessment and crisis planning

    Battered Women's Crisis Line
    651-646-0994
    24-hour Metro Shelter Information

    24-Hour Hospital Crisis Intervention
    Call for assessment and admission assistance

    HCMC Psychiatric Services
    612-873-3161

    Regions Emergency Center
    651-254-5000

    Health East Crisis Intervention
    651-232-3222
    (Emergency admission also for chemical dependency)

     

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