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Behavioral Health:  Mental Health Services


Adult Services Home  |  Chemical Use & Abuse  |  Childrens Mental Health

Phone 651-266-7890 or Crisis 266-7900Recovery is Possible with Ramsey County Services 

  • Live as independently as possible
  • People with multiple factors such as medical conditions, drug or alcohol addictions, criminal histories & poverty can find help.
  • People who have public health care, such as Medical Assistance, or are without insurance, & people with insurance can find help.
  • Services

    402 E Univ Crisis ServicesCrisis Services

    Ramsey County provides emergency services through Urgent Care for Adult Mental Health. Mental health providers and trained, peer support persons are on-site. The Center has phone and outreach services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    Walk-in crisis hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    If someone you know is having a mental health crisis call 651-266-7900. Or visit 402 E University Avenue in St Paul.

    Urgent Care Center services for adults:
  • Crisis assessment and stabilization
  • Crisis phone support
  • Crisis psychiatric care
  • Family education and support
  • Help with community resources in Ramsey, Dakota and Washington counties
  • Mental health and chemical health screening
  • Peer support services

  • 1919 Univ Ave WESTMental Health Center Services

    Ramsey County MHC includes licensed independent clinical social workers and psychologists, psychiatrists, nurse clinicians, medical assistants, occupational therapists, certified peer specialists & mental health workers.
    The Welcome Center is for Walk-In, short term services & referrals. Welcome Center (pdf)   | Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 - 3:30
    To make an appointment for adult services, call 651-266-7890.

  • Assessments
  • Housing supports
  • Independent Living Skills 
  • Individual and group therapy 
  • Medication assessment and management
  • Out patient services New Day Intensive Outpatient Services (pdf)
  • Partial Hospitalization, short term intensive help for people who may otherwise be hospitalized  Partial Hospitalization Program (pdf) | Intake 651-266-7900
  • Personalized, dual chemical and mental health services Dual Co-Occurring Recovery CORe (pdf) | Assessment 651-266-4008 
  • Psychosocial rehabilitation
  • Supported Employment to help people get meaningful jobs  Supported Employment (pdf)  
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    160 E Kellogg Gov BldgCase Management

    We provide Case Management for adults with a serious and persistent mental illness. We use direct and contracted case management services.

    Case managers assess individuals' mental health needs and then arrange, authorize, coordinate, provide and monitor services for the client.

    The following case management services are available:

        • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
        • Short-term intensive
        • Long-term non-intensive
        • Creando Puentes - Building bridges between Hispanic Latino people and services  | 651-266-4799

    Resources

    Ramsey County Frequently Asked Questions About Mental Health (FAQs)

    Adult Mental Health Urgent Care Alliance (Ramsey, Dakota & Washington Counties)

    Consumer Survivor Network Of Minnesota (CSN)

    Mental Health Association of Minnesota

    Mental Health Evidence Based Practices

    MinnesotaHelp.Info  (non-county funded Adult Mental Health - type ARMHS in key field)

    MN Dept Human Services Mental Health

    National Alliance on Mental Illness  | NAMI - Minnesota (includes local classes and events)

    US Dept Health Human Services, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Admin (SAMSHA)

    Volunteer Opportunities for People Living w Mental Illness in Ramsey County (pdf)  | Volunteer (MS Word)

    Learn how YOU as a Citizens Advisory Council member can make a difference for people with mental health needs.