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Crisis Consultation

If you (or someone you know) is having a mental health crisis and/or is in immediate danger, please call 911

Dangerous crisis situations include suicidal behaviors or threats, homicidal behavior or threats, irrational dangerous behavior, or excessive consumption of alcohol or drugs. If you are not sure whether the situation represents immediate danger, err on the side of caution and place the call.

If the mental health crisis you are experiencing is not dangerous, but you wish to access health care immediately, please contact one of the following

  • Business Hours (Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–12 p.m., 1–4:30 p.m.)
  • 24 Hours a Day
    • On and Off Campus Students
      • Campus Police
        Campus Police will help coordinate obtaining access to mental health services
    • On Campus Students
      • Contact your CA, on-call CA or Hall Director
        Your CA can help getting access to mental health services
  • Stevens Community Medical Center
    • 320-589-1313
      400 East 1st Street
      Morris MN, 56267
      4 blocks from campus

 

Phone Lines

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-TALK

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s mission is to provide immediate assistance to individuals in suicidal crisis by connecting them to the nearest available suicide prevention and mental health service provider through a toll-free telephone number: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). It is the only national suicide prevention and intervention telephone resource funded by the Federal Government.

 

Region 4 Adult Mobile Crisis Team

701-364-0431

Mobile mental health services are short-term, face-to-face services designed to restore a person's functioning level to pre-crisis levels. Our response services offer opportunities to de-escalate a situation or problem and help people develop individualized strategies for their future concerns.

Suicide Prevention Guide

The Suicide Prevention Guide is resource to help those who have considered or previously attempted suicide. This comprehensive guide aims to:

Lower the stigma associated with suicide, depression, and getting help
Highlight suicide risk factors, warning signs, and high-risk populations
Provide resources on how to get help for yourselves and positively support others

Crisis Connection

If the mental health crisis you are experiencing is not dangerous, but you wish to talk to someone immediately for assistance about what to do next,
text or call these 24-hour help resources:

  • If you are struggling and want to talk about adjusting to college life, try the U of M Textline. Just text "UMN" to 61222 and a counselor will be there 24/7 to talk, offer suggestions, or provide you with resources that may help — all through texting. It's a free service for U of M students.
  • If you would prefer to talk on the phone, please call the U of M Crisis Line: 612-301-4673 anytime. If you (or someone you know) is having a mental health crisis and/or is in immediate danger, please call 911 immediately.

Campus Resources

Student Counseling

320-589-6060

Walk-in crisis counseling is offered from 8 a.m.–noon & 1–4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. These services are not the same as those available in an emergency room and should not be substituted for a situation requiring immediate intervention.

Campus Police

Someplace Safe

Someplace Safe is a crime victims advocacy program with trained staff and volunteers who assist victims/survivors of crime. They are willing to meet with students and offer support for crimes including domestic abuse, relationship abuse, sexual assault and stalking. If you are in need of advocacy support please call 1-800-974-3359 or 320-589-3208

http://www.someplacesafe.info