Crisis Resources



Crisis Resources

St. Kate's Counseling Centers (St. Paul: 651.690.6805, Minneapolis: 651.690.7830) 
Offers confidential services staffed by professional psychologists for students free of charge. Includes short-term counseling and consultations and referrals to community resources.

The St. Paul Counseling Center also provides psychiatric services free of charge to currently enrolled students during the school year from September through May.

The Crisis Hot Line (612.379.6363)
24-hour crisis line. This community service, which is free and confidential, takes calls from anyone in need of counseling and support.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1.800.273.TALK)
24 hour crisis line for people in danger of harming themselves.

Community Education Program (612.852.2223)
Offers training in crisis intervention counseling and suicide prevention. Workshops are tailored to the needs of individual organizations. Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two day, certified training program designed for members of all care giving groups to improve their abilities to intervene with a person at risk of suicide until either the immediate danger of suicide is reduced, or additional assistance of resources can be accessed.

St. Paul Crisis Services (651.266.7900)
Adult Mental Health services open 24/7.

Minnesota Crisis Line & Referral Service (800.462.5525)
Crisis hotline and referral service.

Minnesota Listening Ear Crisis Center (800.854.9001)
Provides immediate support, information & referral 24/7.