Crisis Services

If you or someone you care about is experiencing a mental health crisis, services are available 24/7 across Minnesota. In the Twin Cities metro area, dial 988 and ask for the mobile crisis team.

Outside of the Twin Cities, use the links below for the Minnesota Department of Human Services directory for mental health crisis phone numbers in Minnesota by county.

Crisis Text Line offers free help for those who are having a mental health crisis or are contemplating suicide. You can call 988 or Text 741741. Services are available 24/7 across Minnesota.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is now known as 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline; once again please dial 988 for free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.

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Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams

ACT is an intensive nonresidential treatment and rehabilitative mental health service that provides a single, fixed point of responsibility for treatment, rehabilitation and support needs for clients. Services are offered 24/7, in a community-based setting.

Current ACT Teams in Minnesota can be found here:

Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs)

CCBHC is an integrated clinic and service delivery model that uses a cost-based reimbursement structure. This new service delivery model aims to integrate mental health and substance use disorder service provision, coordinate care across settings and providers to ensure seamless transitions for individuals across the full spectrum of health and social services, increase consistent use of evidence-based practices, and increase access to high-quality care.

For more information and a list of providers and services visit:

Outpatient Services

The Minnesota Fast-Tracker is a virtual community and health care connection resource for individuals, families, care coordinators and providers searching for outpatient services. The site provides a real-time, searchable directory of mental health resources as well as assistance finding advocates, and support groups. Locate services such as adult day treatment, adult rehabilitative mental health services, eating disorders, general psychiatry, intensive outpatient program, respite care, telemental health / online counseling, and more
For more information and to search for services in Minnesota, visit:

Substance Use Disorder

The Minnesota Fast Tracker SUD offers a searchable directory of substance use disorder providers and resources within Minnesota.
Search for openings in real-time for substance use disorder programs for adolescent non-residential, adolescent residential, adult non-residential, adult non-residential with lodging, adult residential, opioid treatment, detox and more.
For more information and to search for services, visit: