Mental health

See our mental health support resources for residents and their loved ones.

Overview

 

No matter who, when, why, you matter. Text, call, chat. 988 suicide and crisis lifeline

 

Need help? Call or text 988

If you or a loved one need help 

Translation services are available on phone calls. Text or chat is only in English.

Crisis and support

Local and state resources

Hennepin County mental health emergencies

The Cope mobile crisis teams can come to where you are. The teams respond to anyone in the county who needs an urgent response.

If the situation is life-threatening or you need immediate response call 911.

Minnesota Department of Human Services cellphone crisis lines 

Veterans

Conflict resolution

This is a resource for residents that have a conflict with a neighbor or other interpersonal issue where more help or support is needed. 

Visit the Conflict Resolution Center

 

National resources

Coping with a disaster or traumatic event

Take care of yourself and each other, and know when and how to seek help. This information is also available in Spanish.

Learn more about coping with a traumatic event

National Alliance on Mental Illness resources

You can view a list of general and specific mental health resources available in Minnesota.

View the list of professional mental health support resources

Substance use and opioid support resources 

Information about opioids, substance use treatment facilities, syringe disposal and other resources.

Learn more about our resources for recovery

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) Disaster Distress Helpline

Trained crisis counselors for anyone facing emotional distress related to disasters. Multilingual, 24/7. 

For Black people, Indigenous people, people of color and LGBTQ+ people

Culturally specific mental health resources

A list of providers serving diverse cultural communities.

Culturally specific mental health resources

For caregivers and families

National Parent Helpline operated by Parents Anonymous

Call the National Parent Helpline® to get emotional support from a trained Advocate and become a stronger caregiver.

Call 1-855-427-2736

Visit National Parent Helpline

Postpartum Support International Helpline

Experiencing the loss of a pregnancy, infant, or child brings unimaginable pain and grief, and can make you feel alone and lost. Find available resources on loss and grief.

Call 1-800-944-4773

Visit Postpartum Support International 

For young people and their families

Hennepin County Child Crisis Team

For anyone 17 and under in crisis in Hennepin County. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Call 612-348-2233

Contact the Hennepin County Child Crisis Team

Minneapolis Public Schools mental health support hotline

Available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for support in several languages.

Call 612-767-4158

Minneapolis School Based Clinics mental health support appointments

For Minneapolis Public Schools students. The School Based Clinics are doing in-person and telehealth appointments. Students can text or leave voicemails at the clinic’s main phone numbers; staff are checking messages regularly.

Patrick Henry High School

Roosevelt High School

Southwest High School

South High School

Washburn High School

Reduce mental health stigma

We know that communities that have been historically mistreated may have a harder time with mental health. 

Your mental health matters

  • Talk openly about mental health, such as sharing on social media or speaking with friends and family.
  • Educate yourself and others: respond to misunderstandings or negative comments by sharing facts and experiences.
  • Be conscious of language: remind people that words matter.
  • Encourage equality between physical and mental illness. Draw comparisons between how they would treat someone with cancer or diabetes.
  • Show compassion for those with mental illness.
  • Be honest about treatment: normalize mental health treatment, just like other health care treatments.
  • Let the media know when they are using stigmatizing language presenting stories of mental illness.
  • Choose empowerment over shame. As one resident says, "I fight stigma by choosing to live an empowered life. To me, that means owning my life and my story and refusing to allow others to tell me how I view myself or how I feel about myself."

Domestic violence

City resources

Learn about our domestic abuse resources

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Email and live chat are also available online. Hablamos español.

If you’re in an emergency situation, please call 911. 

Visit the National Domestic Violence hotline

State resources

Read Rights and Resources for Victims of Domestic Abuse from the office of the Minnesota Attorney General 

Read Domestic Abuse Laws in Minnesota

Request accessible format

If you need help with this information, please email 311, or call 311 or 612-673-3000.

Please tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use.

Contact us

Minneapolis Health Department

Phone

612-673-2301

Address

Public Service Building
505 Fourth Ave. S., Room 520
Minneapolis, MN 55415