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Make a Referral (or self-referral)

If you have any questions, please contact family@rccmhc.org  or call/text  800-565-2575

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Free CALM toolkit supplies and Family Care Organizer for New Families

Ramsey County Children's Mental Health Collaborative

RCCMHC offers FREE resource navigation, short-term care coordination, large group psychoeducation, youth activities, holistic wellness programs, virtual resource connection events, peer supports, leadership opportunities, CALM Toolkit supplies and more! We also provide screening and appointment setting for School Linked Mental Health Therapy.

  • Youth must live in Ramsey County or be affiliated with a school district in Ramsey County. Qualifying youth must have a mental health diagnosis or must be struggling with emotions/behaviors that may put them at risk for a mental health diagnosis in the future.

  • Anyone can refer! We also accept self-referrals from parents or caregivers. Call/Text 800-565-2575 or use the referral button below.

  • Family Support and/or Therapy is available in English, Spanish, Hmong, Lao, ASL and Arabic. Other languages are served with interpreters.

*RCCMHC partners closely with Ramsey County but our staff are not county employees. If a family is reluctant to work with a county program, RCCMHC might be a good fit.

Phone & Mobile Crisis Support (24/7)
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Mental health crisis workers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide counseling, support, de-escalation, crisis planning, assessments, resource connections, and non-emergency transport. In addition to providing phone support, mobile crisis teams can meet people at their homes, schools, workplaces or in the community. Services are provided regardless of ability to pay; however insurance information is collected when available.

Multi-cultural staff. Spanish, Arabic and Hmong speaking. 

CALL: Children's Crisis Response

651-266-7878  (24/7 phone line)

CALL: Urgent Care for Adult Mental Health

651-266-7900

ANYONE can call for crisis help or consultation (no referral needed)

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Child Protection & Child Welfare

CALL: 24-hour phone line

  • Maltreatment or safety concerns

  • Placement of youth in a shelter 

  • Professional consultation

ANYONE can call (no referral needed)

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Youth Crisis Stabilization
  • Support after a mental health crisis, hospitalization or ER visit. 

  • In-home follow up service that can last up to 4 weeks.

  • ONLY Mental Health Professionals can submit a referral.

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Children's Mental Health Case Management
  • To be eligible for mental health case management services, a mental health professional must determine that the child is experiencing a severe emotional disturbance. The child’s guardian must live in Ramsey County and must request or consent to services.  More info here

  • ONLY Mental Health Professionals can submit a referal.

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Project Assist

Project Assist provides screening, assessment, diagnosis, brief intervention and arrangement of ongoing services for youth who have been identified with a mental health concern. Services are free, but insurance information is collected when available.

  • Project Assist can support with a rapid Diagnostic Assessment and then connect to Case Management services if-needed. 

  • Project Assist focuses on the youth. If there are complex, whole-family, multi-system needs... you can refer to RCCMHC and we can connect with Project Assist if needed.

  • A completed PSC form is required. Link to PSC forms here

  • More info about Project Assist here or call 651-266-7870

  • Referrals are accepted from child protection, juvenile justice, schools and other community agencies that work with children.

Are you feeling LOST?  Confused about where or how to refer?  We are here to help! RCCMHC works closely with hospitals, child protection, crisis response, schools, foster care, and local providers. 

Call or text us 800-565-2575

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Supporting Youth and Families

Visit this page to learn more about how to support youth and families in challenging times.

  • Flow charts with warning signs and referral info 

  • Extended learning and training videos

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