Emergency Contacts & Resources
If you have a mental health emergency that requires immediate assistance
Dial 911 or go to the nearest hospital or emergency room.
Crisis Hotline Numbers
Anoka County: 763-755-3801
Hennepin County, Adults: 612-596-1223 Hennepin County, Children: 612-348-2233
The Crisis Hot Line 612-379-6363
is a 24-hour crisis phone line. This community service, which is free and confidential, takes calls from anyone in need of counseling and support.
The Minnesota Domestic Violence Crisis Line
is a 24-hour crisis phone line for women and others who want to talk with someone about issues of abuse and violence in their lives.
The Men’s Line 612-379-6367 or statewide 1-866-379-6367
is a 24-hour counseling line for men and others who want to talk with someone about issues of abuse and violence in their lives.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-273-8255
is a 24-hour crisis line staffed by trained counselors for people in danger of harming themselves.
National Hopeline Network 1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-784-2433
is a 24-hour suicide prevention hotline, which will connect you to a certified crisis center closest to your calling location.
Other Resources and Connections
Hennepin County Medical Center, Acute Psychiatric Services 612-873-3161
offers 24-hour walk-in crisis intervention and treatment of behavioral emergencies, including treatment of psychiatric emergencies such as:
- Acute psychotic conditions
- Panic states
- Severe and incapacitating depression
- Suicidal crisis
- Danger to others
- Sudden loss of memory
- Situations involving grave mental disability
Suicide Awareness Voices of Education 1-888-511-SAVE or 1-888-511-7283
is an organization dedicated to the prevention of suicide through public awareness and education and serves as a resource for those touched by suicide.