Crisis Resources

A child's mental health crisis can be scary. Without intervention, a crisis can quickly become an emergency. Click here for information on the Child Crisis Response team. There are also helpful tips on how to deescalate (calm down) your child and what to do if you have to call the police.

Youth Mental Health Agencies

This page has a searchable list of local agencies that offer mental health and wellbeing supports. 

NEW during COVID: find IN-PERSON and AVAILABLE NOW (no wait times) services.

Community Bulletin Board
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Each Bulletin Board is updated with local and time-sensitive resources such as Mental Health, Basic Needs, Parenting, Legal, Fun Activities, and Trainings. 

3 Boards- Adult, Teen, and Youth


Basic Needs & Other Resources
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Managing a child with a mental health disorder can be a full time job! Families often experience additional challenges related to money, jobs, housing, physical health, insurance, legal issues etc. ​Search this page for agencies that support youth and family wellbeing.

Resource Fairs and Events
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Several times per year, we hold Resource Fairs and other virtual Resource Events such as online Scavenger Hunts. Visit this page to find out when the next event will be!  Did you miss an event? That's OK!  Visit this page to find a list of agencies and resources from our most recent event. 


Sometimes, hospitalization is necessary because it is the best way to help your child. Click here for links to hospitals in MN with acute mental health units for youth and adolescents. Additional information on hospitalization can be found by searching our online library.

Family Trainings and Support
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RCCMHC offers FREE trainings, wellness events, resource navigation, and resilience coaching "check-ins" for Ramsey County youth and families. 

Family Care Organizer
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A Family Care Organizer will make it easier for you to organize paperwork, keep track of changes, and share information with mental health professionals, doctors, child care, school, and other family members etc.

The Youth Mental Health Blog
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Welcome to our blog. During these challenging times, we bring together community members and our system partners to struggle, mourn, celebrate, innovate and learn together as a collaborative family.  

Online Library 

Visit our Online Library to find mental health 101 factsheets, stories, online booklets, and worksheets. 


Do YOU have information to share? Send us a link or a pdf and we will add it to the library!