Mental Health Minnesota provides peer support to anyone struggling with their mental health, with services that are anonymous, confidential and free of charge.
Looking for support? Need to talk?
If you’re struggling with your mental health but aren’t experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency, reach out to our Minnesota Warmline.
For many people, the Warmline is an important tool that helps them before they reach a point of crisis, supports their mental health, and helps them avoid the use of crisis services, 911 and hospital emergency departments. Calls are answered by our peer support staff who have first-hand experience living with a mental health condition and are available to listen to you, provide support, and connect you with resources.
We Can RELATE
Peer Support for Teens and Young Adults
Mental Health Minnesota provides peer support for teens and young adults who are struggling with their mental health. The service is provided via online chat, and is a safe, anonymous, confidential and free resource.
We Can RELATE chats are answered by our trained volunteers, who are young adults (age 18-25) who have also faced mental health concerns, and can “RELATE” to what you’re going through.
Get Help in a Crisis
Minnesota has mobile mental health crisis teams available in every county, open 24/7. These crisis teams will work with you over the phone to assess what’s happening and determine the best next step, which may include sending the mobile team to your location.
Mental Health Minnesota has a database of mental health crisis teams on our website to make it easier for you to find what you need, regardless of what county you’re in. You can use our search tool to find the crisis team closest to you, searching by either zip code or county.
You can also call or text 988 to be connected to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, also available 24/7. Lifeline centers can work with you if you are experiencing a mental health crisis, connecting you to additional resources or crisis response as needed.