Crisis Response of Southeast Minnesota

Mental Health Crisis Response Services - Adult

Immediate help for people having urgent problems with depression, panic, anxiety, delusions, or other mood or behavior disorders.

Description

Adult Mental Health Crisis Response Services can help during a mental health crisis. Crisis response can help you to cope with a current crisis and to stay in your home and community. A trained mental health crisis responder assesses the crisis, helps to cope with the crisis, and follows up to help connect to longer term support and services.

If you need more help to be safe, crisis response can help to set up hospital care or to access a crisis stabilization bed.

Every county in the state has a mental health crisis telephone number.

Most counties also provide other kinds of crisis help, like:

  • Mobile Crisis Response Services: Help from trained crisis responders who will come to your home (or a meeting place that you choose) to help you in a crisis
  • Residential Crisis Services: Help in a facility where you can stay for a few days until the crisis is under control
  • Crisis Stabilization service: Services after Crisis Response to help you to connect with other support and skills to avoid future crises

Additional Information

Provides crisis line for mental health issues, suicide prevention and support, and depression.

Mobile teams complete comprehensive crisis assessments. A crisis assessment is an immediate, face-to-face evaluation by a two crisis-trained mental health practitioners consulting with a mental health professional.

Provide immediate intervention to aid the caller in relieving current symptoms of the mental health crisis.

Offers support and counseling and connect callers to local resources.

Features

  • Payment
    • Medicaid (Medical Assistance)
    • Private health insurance
    • Sliding fee scale
  • Service Availability
    • 24 hours a day
  • Specialization
    • Mental health

Eligibility

Any adult in Minnesota who is experiencing a mental health crisis can use the crisis response services. Examples of mental health crises may include feeling suicidal, depression, seeing or hearing things that may not be there, flashbacks, anxiety or panic, or any other mental health crisis.

If you are in danger of hurting yourself or someone else, call 911 right away.

Application Instructions

If you are in a different county, the state list of crisis phone numbers is available online.

Crisis Text Line details are also available online.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Contact the Crisis Line 24/7 at: (844) 274-7472

Fee

People with or without insurance can get crisis help.

Location

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Websites

Business Hours

24/7

Phone Numbers

  • Primary Contact for this program: 844-274-7472

Area Served

All of Southern Minnesota, including Dodge, Steele, Waseca, Mower, Goodhue, Winona, Houston, Wabasha, Olmsted, and Fillmore counties

Last Update

10/11/2021