Do you need ideas, resources or community connections to support youth mental health or family wellbeing? Call or Text us at (800) 565-2575
Schedule a zoom meeting with your team to learn more about RCCMHC resources and how we can collaborate to improve youth mental health and family wellbeing.
Make Common Referrals
Visit the Common Referral page to support self-referrals or make professional referrals. This page includes: RCCMHC, Ramsey County Case Management, Ramsey County Crisis & Stabilization, Child Protection, School Linked Mental Health, and Safe Families (respite, support, host homes.)
Are there other "common referrals" that we should add to this page? Let us know!
NEW Search Tool (05-2023)
NEW in May 2023--- search for Crisis/ Walk In, Inpatient, PHP, IOP, Residential, Outpatient Mental Health, Chemical Health & Other Family Services.
Apply multiple filters to narrow your search by Ages, Insurance
Outpatient Options (CBT, Play Therapy etc.), or Specialties ( Grief, Trauma etc.)
Rapid Access and Short-Term Therapy for youth who would benefit from a “whole family” care team approach.
RCCMHC provides a youth/family screening and appointment setting with a diverse group of local therapists. Our priority partnerships reduce wait times. Click on the link to learn more about School Linked Therapy + Collaborative Supports
Whole Family Support
Our Family Support Specialists provide free resource navigation and care team coordination.
They can connect caregivers with mental health services or other family support services. They help caregivers to call Care Team meetings to improve cross-system communication and coordination between providers.
Family Peer Specialists
Our Family Peer Specialists provide free resilience coaching. They have "been there and done that" so they can walk with families as a support and guide. Family Peer Specialists can practice coping strategies from our CALM Room or help you set up your personalized Family Care Organizer.
Click on the button to find phone number and emails for:
Community Bulletin Board
Find local and time-sensitive resources for mental health/stress, basic needs, parenting, free food, school, health, jobs and more! Each Bulletin Board is updated with new resources throughout the day.
Do YOU know about a helpful resource--- you can help our community by adding it to the Bulletin Board!
Adult Board (for parents, schools, and local agencies)
Teen Board (for ages 13+)
Youth Board (for kids of all ages)
Virtual Calm Room
For you AND your clients.
Visit our virtual Calm Room to find 80+ tools to distract, relax and help you cope. Many of these tools are based on CBT, DBT or Solution Focused therapy strategies. Other tools are more holistic or culture-based.
Our Family Peer Specialists can practice these strategies with caregivers and their children.
Also available in Spanish: https://www.rccmhc.org/respirar
Non-Billable Services Bank
RCCMHC Partners and Member Agencies can apply for funds to provide non-billable youth mental health services and supports.
We hope this will support you to serve families in creative ways while practicing physical distancing. This may include non-billable telehealth, client phone check-ins/coaching, and mental health services that are not covered in treatment plans etc.
Support Families in Crisis
Increased stress and isolation are leading to increased mental health, substance use, and maltreatment issues... so more families are experiencing crises and need support.
Visit this page to find printable resources on navigating Ramsey County services, crisis warning signs and intervention strategies.
Family Care Organizer
An "All in One Place" Family Care Organizer can make it easier for families to organize paperwork, keep track of changes, and share information with mental health professionals, doctors, child care, school, and family members etc.
Care Teams can use this tool to create a "virtual wraparound" space for sharing information. Just fill out the forms online and save to a folder on Google Drive.