Mental Health

Crisis Contacts, Therapy, Counseling, Culturally Specific and Locally Recognized Service Providers

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Domestic Violence Shelters and Services

National Women in Crisis Hotline 877-209-1266

Tubman

4432 Chicago Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55407

Minnesota’s largest provider of domestic violence shelter services, as well as legal, mental and chemical health support.
If in need of a safe shelter,

Call their 24-hour crisis line at 612-825-0000 or visit their website:

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Women of Nations

St. Paul, MN

Culturally specific, but not exclusive, this domestic violence shelter provides emergency shelter and various support services.
Contact can be made through their crisis line 651-251-1609 and their website:

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Culturally Specific and Local Service Providers

Rainbow Health

Mental, chemical, and sexual health services for LGBTQIA+ people, people living with HIV, and people
that face barriers to behavioral health services.

Turning Point

Support services for African Americans
including individual and group counseling, case management, legal, substance abuse, aftercare, treatment, DUI program

Native American Community Clinic

Medical, dental, social services, MAT, culturally centered substance abuse services, etc.

Primer Paso

Spanish speaking substance abuse services including DUI/ DWI classes, peer recovery, group and individual therapy

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation

Adult mental health and recovery services. Staff speak a variety of languages including Somali, Spanish, Hmong, Vietnamese, Oromo, Karen, Khmer, and English.

Handy Help LLC

Case management, GRH housing, therapy etc. Staff are proficient in Lao, Vietnamese, Hmong, Chinese (Cantonese dialect), Russian, Hindi, Korean, and English.