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Mental Health Resources

If you or another are experiencing an immediate, life-threatening situation:
Go to the nearest hospital emergency room or call 911.

Crisis Response Phone Numbers

  • Anoka 763-755-3801

  • Chisago 800-523-3333

  • Washington 651-275-7422

Crisis Text Line

  • Text HOME to 741741

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • Dial 988

Community Mental Health Resources 

Washington County Resource Guide

Anoka County Resource Guide

Bridges and Pathways Counseling Services, Inc. 651-982-4792 Many services provided in a variety of counseling areas including:
*Services for Adolescents
*Play Therapy
*Gambling Addiction
*Domestic Abuse Survivor
*Anger Management Individual Therapy
*Psychological Assessments 

Fees: Call for information on insurance accepted, sliding fee available.

Canvas Health (651) 777-5222

Provides Mental Health Emergency Services Mobile Crisis Response: Provides short-term assessment, intervention, and stabilization services. Available in the home, school, or community.

Fees: Covered by many insurances, sliding scale or payment plan options. No one turned away for inability to pay. 

Fast Tracker 651-426-6347

Searchable online tool to find available mental health care providers *Link to Mental Health Resources  *Services and provider availability  *Appointment information *Insurance networks accepted *Community calendar *Advocates and support groups *Crisis contacts

Lakes Center For Youth & Families (LC4YF) 651-464-3685

Provides support and guidance to youth ages 0-17 and their families Available to Anoka, Chisago, and Washington County residents Fees: accept many forms of health insurance as well as sliding scale fee

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) 651-645-2948 or toll free 1-888-NAMI-HELPS Provides information and resources about mental illness Support groups and classes Advocacy to change the Mental Health System Helpline

School Based Mental Health Allows mental health agencies with the district agreement in place to provide mental health services to students within the school building during the school day *Confidentiality maintained *Removes barriers of access *Lessens time loss for parents from work and students from school *Parents can connect with agencies directly or ask for assistance from school Click here for resources and a printable brochure on School Based Mental Health 

Therapeutic Services Agency, Inc. 320-629-7600 or 651-224-4144 (Metro Area)

Providing mental health services in schools, with the support and involvement of the parents Why provide services in schools?
*Remove barriers to access
*Familiar setting
*Reduce out of school travel time
*Increased opportunities to coordinate service and support with schools staff
*Support student’s mental health  Can also meet at the home or the office Fees: Refer to the family’s health plan.