Itasca County Crisis Response Team
Mental Health Crisis Response Services - Adult
1007 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids, MN, 55744-2203
Distance: 963 Miles
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
- Free / no cost to everyone
- Medicaid (Medical Assistance)
- Private health insurance
- 24 hours a day
- Mental health
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.
If you are in a different county, see the state list of crisis phone numbers at: http://www.childcrisisresponsemn.org/map
For Crisis Text Line details: https://mn.gov/dhs/crisis
Contact the Crisis Line at: (218) 326-8565
People with or without insurance can get crisis help.
|Toll Free||(800) 442-8565||24/7|
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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RP-1500.1400-500Mental Health Crisis Lines Definition
Programs that provide immediate assistance for people experiencing a mental health crisis such as a psychotic episode with the objective of defusing the crisis, often working closely with mobile crisis teams on standby, and helping the person develop a plan to link with resources for ongoing assistance, if required. A mental health crisis is a non-life threatening situation in which an individual exhibits extreme emotional disturbance or behavioral distress, is considering harm to him or herself or others, is disoriented or out of touch with reality, has a compromised ability to function, or is otherwise agitated and unable to be calmed. Other common indicators include feelings of intense sadness or depression, sleeping or eating problems, anxiety, severe distress, grief, anger or aggression, scattered, unfocused thinking, self-doubt, loss of motivation, lack of patience or irritability and paranoia. The service is generally available via telephone, email, chat and/or text.
RP-1500.1400-800Suicide Prevention Hotlines Definition
Programs that provide immediate assistance for individuals who are having suicidal feelings with the objective of helping them explore alternatives to self-harm or self-destruction. Suicide prevention workers establish and maintain contact with the individual while identifying and clarifying the focal problem, evaluate the suicidal potential, assess the individual's strengths and resources, and mobilize available resources including paramedic or police intervention and emergency psychiatric care as needed. These programs can also help individuals who are worried about the potentially suicidal behavior of another with the objective of helping them identify warning signs and provide options on seeking further help. Hotline staff are generally available via telephone, email, chat and/or text.
RP-1500.3300In Person Crisis Intervention Definition
Programs that provide an opportunity for people who are emotionally distressed and/or for their significant others to meet face-to-face with someone who has been trained to assess and resolve the immediate crisis, if possible, and to link the person with appropriate resources for ongoing assistance.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.
YF-5000Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities Definition
An alteration in thinking, mood or behavior or some combination of those that either creates distress or interferes with people's relationships or their ability function.