• 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)

     

  • Hamline News

    Please save the date for the installation ceremony and reception of Hamline University's 20th president, Dr. Fayneese Miller on Friday, October 2, 2015. More information regarding the installation and other inauguration events will be forthcoming.

    2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II and the dropping of the two atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 2015 also marks the 60th anniversary of the Sister City relationship between Nagasaki and Saint Paul, Minnesota. Hamline professors Walter Enloe and Jim Scheibel are helping to make the anniversary a special event.