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Mental Health

If you need to reach suicide and crisis support, text “MN” to 741741, call 844-772-4724 (Regional 24/7 Crisis Line) or dial 988 from your phone.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Anyone experiencing mental health-related distress (suicide, mental health, and/or substance use crisis) can call, chat, or text 988 for free and confidential support. People can also dial 988 if they are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support. Call 911 if you suspect drug overdose or need immediate medical help.

Lifeline Centers operate 24-hours per day, 7 days a week.



Phone
  • 988
  • 800-273-8255 (for interpretation services)

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Accend Services

Client-centered home and community-based mental health and behavioral health services for children and adults. Services include:
  • Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services
  • Adult Mental Health Targeted Case Management
  • Behavioral Health Home Services
  • Children’s Therapeutic Supports and Services (Skills Training)
  • Children’s Mental Health Clinical Care Consultation to Providers and Educators
  • Diagnostic Assessments
  • Early Intensive Behavioral and Developmental Intervention (for Autism and Related Conditions)
  • Family Psychoeducation
  • Information and Referral Services
  • MNSure Navigation Assistance
  • Psychiatric Nursing Services (Psychotropic Medication Management)
  • Psychotherapy
  • School-Linked Mental Health Services

Accend accepts MN Health Care programs insurance, private insurance and private pay. School-Linked Mental Health Services provide financial support for services to uninsured and under-insured school-aged children. MNSure Navigation Assistance and Information and Referral services are provided at no charge.  Please use the “contact us” link on our website to request more information.



Phone
  • 218-724-3122

Web
Address
  • 115 7th Street
    Two Harbors, MN 55616

Email
Amberwing

Providing mental health services to children, teens, young adults and their families. Programs include partial (outpatient) hospitalization programs for children, youth and adolescents, substance use disorder intervention (ages 12-18), intensive outpatient programming (ages 18-25), and comprehensive assessment and intervention (birth to kindergarten)



Phone
  • 218-355-2100
  • Text "MN" to 741741 (crisis text line)
  • 844-772-4724 (24-hour regional crisis phone line)

Web
Address
  • 615 Pecan Avenue
    Duluth, MN 55811

Email
  • amberwing@essentiahealth.org
Arrowhead Emergency Services Chaplains (Lake County)

The Arrowhead Emergency Services Chaplain Team is a religiously pluralistic service organization. The chaplains provide spiritual, pastoral care to emergency services personnel, their families and civilians. This spiritual care is offered to all people. Chaplains support the efforts of the emergency service agencies by offering spiritual care and assistance to persons confronted with crisis experiences when requested. They also serve as a link between persons in crisis and their own spiritual advisors and assist emergency service personnel when a response is needed in situations that also have a spiritual implication, e.g., death notifications, domestic disturbances, suicides, community disasters, accidents, etc. Assistance is offered 24/7.



Phone
  • 218-834-8504

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Arrowhead Psychological Clinic, PA

Comprehensive outpatient mental health services on a sliding fee scale for children, adolescents, and adults. Offering therapy, marriage and family counseling, psychological assessments, personality tests, IQ testing, court ordered forensic evaluations, school assessments, Rule 20 and 25 assessments, parenting psychological evaluations and anger management groups for adults and adolescents.

We specialize in the following:

  • Evaluation and Diagnostics
  • Depression
  • Overcoming Fear and Anxiety
  • Couples Counselling
  • Coping with Stress
  • Individual Therapy
  • Healing the Heart
  • Chronic Pain Treatment
  • Critical Incident Debriefing
  • Sports Psychology
  • Attention Deficit Disorder and Evaluation
  • Preschooler/Child and Adolescent Evaluations
  • Keeping the Magic of Love Alive
  • Chemical Dependency Counselling
  • Divorce Prevention
  • Disability and Rehabilitation



Phone
  • 218-723-8153

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Address
  • 715 East Central Entrance
    Duluth, MN 55811

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Birch Tree Center

The Birch Tree Center provides mobile and residential mental health crisis intervention and stabilization services. Short-term assistance with referral to aftercare services and treatment. Assists in identifying and connecting with appropriate resources to get care needed. Medical Assistance accepted.



Phone
  • 218-623-1800

Web
Address
  • 4720 Burning Tree Road
    Duluth, MN 55811

Email
  • info@thrivebehavioralnetwork.com
Cambia Hills

Mental health treatment services for children and adolescents. Offers residential treatment, day treatment, outpatient community-based services, and intensive treatment in foster care programming (children ages six and up).



Phone
  • 218-728-7500

Web
Address
  • 4321 Allendale Avenue
    Duluth, MN 55803

Email
Celebrate Recovery

Offers faith-based assistance with recovery, adults only. THURSDAY NIGHTS

  • 5:50 Dinner
  • 6:30 Worship & Large Group
  • 7:30 Small Open Share Groups
  • 8:30 Solid Rock Café

Child care available for ages 2-8 only.

Newcomers:

Contact Ann (women) at 218-591-3175 or Jon (men) at 218-269-0166



Phone
  • 218-525-6625

Web
Address
  • 1001 Jean Duluth Road (Lakeview Covenant Church)
    Duluth, MN 55807

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Damiano Center

Community Services

  • Community Services-Offering area resources in situations of homelessness, chemical dependency, domestic abuse, unemployment and mental health. No case management commitment; use as often or as little as needed.  Assistance with hygiene products, household goods and bus tickets and gas vouchers (for work or medical appointments). Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9am-3pm.
  • Hygiene Unit-Hygiene services including showers, toilets, and sinks are available to everyone Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm. Drop-ins welcome. Come to the parking lot doors and you will be greeted by Damiano staff.
  • Health Realization-Cognitive skills-based program that helps individuals manage stress in a positive way. Open to all individuals on Wednesdays at 7pm in the Community Kitchen; women’s meetings are Sundays at 7pm in room 205 (please arrive 15-minutes early).

Clothing and Household

  • Clothes that Work-Free clothing for low income individuals that are seeking employment or are employed and need clothing (must provide ID and proof of employment). Also provides accessories, hygiene and beauty products. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am-3pm.
  • Free Store: Free clothing and household goods. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am-3pm.

Food Community Kitchen:  Breakfast and dinner to-go meals are available during serving times at the 4th street entrance.

  • Continental Breakfast 8:30am-9:30am (daily)
  • Lunch 11:30am-1pm (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
  • Dinner 5pm-6pm (Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

Kids’ Kitchen: Kids ages 6+, no adult needed. Provides healthy meals, nutritional education, and a safe place for kids after school and during the summer. Monday through Thursday 2:30pm-5:30pm (meal is served at 4:30pm). Go to the 2nd Avenue West entrance of the Damiano Center and ring the doorbell.



Phone
  • 218-722-8708

Web
Address
  • 206 West 4th Street
    Duluth, MN

Email
Essentia Health Duluth Behavioral Health Services

Offering mental health and chemical health treatment for children, adolescents and adults. Services include:

  • Inpatient Mental Health
  • Outpatient Mental Health Counseling
  • Intensive Outpatient Mental Health
  • Psychiatry
  • Pediatric Psychiatry
  • Grief Support
  • Health Psychology
  • Neuropsychology
  • Substance Use Disorder



Phone
  • 218-786-1186
  • 844-232-9262

Web
Address
  • 502 East 2nd Street
    Duluth, MN 55805

Email
Fast Tracker MN

Fast Tracker is a virtual community and health care connection resource. We connect individuals, families, mental health and substance use disorder providers, physicians, care coordinators, and others with a real-time, searchable directory of mental health and substance use disorder resources and their availability within Minnesota.



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Group for People Living with Anxiety and Depression (GLAD)

Confidential peer support group for people living with depression, anxiety or other mental health challenges. Meets virtually on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Contact the North Shore Mental Health Group at nsmentalhealth@gmail.com for details. Those supporting the mental well-being of others are also welcome.



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  • nsmentalhealth@gmail.com
Harvest Moon Mental Health Services

A message from Corrie, Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, MSW, LICSW: I work with individuals addressing mental health and substance use concerns. The therapy I provide is through a trauma lens and I am also an EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) and ART (Accelerated Resolution ) certified therapist.

Sessions may use a sliding fee scale. Accepted insurance plans are Aetna, Anthem, BlueCross and BlueShield, Cigna, HealthPartners, Medica, Medicaid, Medical Assistance, Medicare, Optum, PreferredOne, UCare and United Healthcare.



Phone
  • 218-270-4449

Web
Address
  • 711 MacDonald Avenue (located in The Well)
    Beaver Bay, MN 55601

Email
  • hello@harvestmoonmhservices.com
HP Psychological Associates, PC

Services include individual, couples and family therapy, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for ages 6+, play therapy for children, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with groups meeting twice weekly, Sandtray Therapy, and telemental health services.



Phone
  • 218-464-0908

Web
Address
  • 4815 Burning Tree Road
    Suite 200
    Duluth, MN 55811

Email
Human Development Center

HDC offers same day appointments for the following programs: addiction services, adult and child case management, adult and child psychotherapy, ARMHS, behavioral home health, CTSS, early childhood, and employment services. HDC is now offering a youth outreach program to teens ages 12-18 (see more information below).

  • Mental Health-Offers a continuum of outpatient mental health services for all ages. Services include individual, family and couples counseling, school-based therapy, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services, Targeted Case Management, Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports, including skills groups, psychiatric services, peer support and employment services.  Crisis appointments available.  Most major insurances, including MA, are accepted.  Nobody is turned away for an inability to pay.
  • Youth Outreach-Offers a safe space, staffed by a CTSS provider and intern, for all teens ages 12-18 to hang out, learn about mental health, create friendships and provide a space where they feel supported, respected and safe. Activities may include crafts, movies, games, music, etc. Group meets Mondays from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Waterfront Center, 606 2nd Avenue, Two Harbors.
  • Chemical Health-Offers Rule 25 and comprehensive chemical health assessments, intensive outpatient group programming, dual diagnosis (MI/CD) treatment services, substance abuse disorder counseling, peer support services, case management and monitoring and aftercare support services.
  • Employment Connection-Provides community placement services that assist clients to define vocational goals and then find and maintain competitive employment in the community. Assists in searching for, finding, and maintaining employment. The Employment Connection is a vocational program that is specially designed to help adults with mental illness, serious mental illness and serious and persistent mental illness find and keep employment in the community. All referrals go through an assessment of needs and eligibility process.
  • MFIP and DWP Employment and Training Program-Offers job search and supportive services to eligible persons with dependents.



Phone
  • 218-834-5520 (Two Harbors)
  • 218-728-4491 (Duluth)
  • 218-834-5520 (Silver Bay)

Web
Address
  • 325 11th Avenue
    Two Harbors, MN 55616
  • 1401 E 1st Street
    Duluth, MN 55805
  • 99 Edison Blvd.
    Silver Bay, MN 55614

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Kalina Counseling Services

Provides in person and online individual therapy, couples therapy, sex therapy, and family therapy services. We work with clients of all ages that are experiencing a range of mental health symptoms, substance abuse issues, stressful life circumstances, or those simply looking to improve themselves. See our website for further details on the specialties of each of our therapists.



Phone
  • 218-595-7997 (phone)
  • 218-392-3898 (fax)

Web
Address
  • Agate Bay Professional Suites
    120 7th Street
    Two Harbors, MN 55616

Email
  • info@kalinacounseling.com
Lake View Medical Clinic and Urgent Care

Medical clinic that provides a variety of services including medical treatment for minor and major psychiatric illnesses.

  • Medical Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30 am-5pm
  • Urgent Care Hours: Monday-Friday 4pm-8pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am-6pm. Open to patients of all health care systems, no appointment necessary.



Phone
  • 218-834-7700 (Medical Clinic)
  • 218-834-7733 (Urgent Care)

Web
Address
  • Medical Clinic:
    1010 4th Street
    Two Harbors, MN 55616
  • Urgent Care:
    325 11th Avenue
    Two Harbors, MN 55616

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Let’s Talk (Regional Mental Health Crisis Line)

24-hour mental health line that can answer your questions and connect you with area resources, dispatch a mobile crisis team and offer short-term residential crisis services.



Phone
  • Text "MN" to 741741
  • 844-772-4724 (regional 24/7 crisis line)

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Address

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Lutheran Social Services

Crisis

  • Safe Place-provide immediate support to youth in a crisis. We partner with libraries, fire stations, bus transit and other community organizations that display big yellow Safe Place signs in their windows to signal to youth that they are a safe place to get immediate help.
  • Duluth Runaway & Homeless Youth Services-Emergency hotline (218-626-2726) to talk to someone if you are thinking about running away, having a friend who has run away and is looking for help, you have run away and want to talk to your parents but aren’t sure how, or you are worried about a friend and want information on how to help them.

Housing

  • Bethany Crisis Shelter-Bethany Crisis Shelter offers short-term, emergency housing for youth 17 years and younger. Referral by county social worker, court, or law enforcement. Provides supervised daily living, homebound education, recreational programming, weekly discussion groups, counseling, transportation and emergency foster care.
  • Host Homes-Program that matches young people ages 18-24 with caring and consistent adults who have a spare bedroom to offer in their home.
  • Another Door Emergency Housing Program-Program for young adults age 18-24 experiencing homelessness, offers short term housing and support to develop a plan.
  • LSS Renaissance-Transitional housing (up to 18 months) for youth 16-21 years old. While there, youth will develop skills to live independently.
  • Supportive Apartments-Offers long-term housing paired with supportive services for youth ages 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness and meet MN guidelines for homelessness.
  • Center for Changing Lives-Located at 1422 East Superior Street, Duluth. Phone 218-529-2230. Offers many options to youth with regards to homelessness.

Health Care 

  • Teen Health Clinic-Offers free walk-in wellness services including health screenings for teens and young adults who are 13-24 years old. Located at The Center for Changing Lives Duluth, 1422 East Superior Street, Duluth.

Education

  • Oh No Eighteen! (ONE) Independent Living Skills-This independent living skills program includes education, support and case management for young people who are about to transition out of foster care. We work with youth to provide life skills training to assist with a successful transition to adulthood.

Children’s Services

  • Supervised Visits-Conducts supervised visits for families referred by counties and courts, as well as providing fee-based supervised visits for families who seek them independently. Flexible scheduling at various locations throughout Duluth and surrounding area. Phone 218-391-9561 for more information or see http://www.lssmn.org/youth/duluth/supervised-visits/.
  • Bethany Crisis Nursery-Providing a safe and nurturing environment for children birth through age 12. Also provides crisis support and information and referrals. Located at 1422 East Superior Street, (phone: 218-302-6879).
  • Clothing Room-Offers baby clothes (newborn to size 7 in kids), diapers/wipes, blankets, hygiene products and other baby equipment (items are donated, so selection varies) to those in need free of charge. Call 218-302-6879 for an appointment.
  • Teen Closet-Offers free new and gently used clothing for youth ages 13-21. Teen closet is open Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. or call 218-481-5184 for an appointment time. Located on the third floor of the First Presbyterian Church, 300 E Second Street, Duluth.
  • Child Care-Temporary, emergency care for up to three days for children infancy through 12 years. Available day and night.

Groups

  • Together for Youth-A community outreach and support group for LGBTQ youth.

Financial

  • Working with families and individuals to solve debt and financial problems. Assists in setting up a realistic budget and payment plan to fit individual needs.



Phone
  • 218-529-2222
  • 888-577-2227 (financial line)

Web
Address
  • Suite 600
    424 West Superior Street
    Duluth, MN 55802

Email
MAP Behavioral Health Center

Welcome to MAP, a mental health center dedicated to providing counseling and psychological services to individuals and families in a warm, welcoming, and confidential environment. We provide individual, couples and family therapy, EMDR, substance use disorder counseling, play therapy, and telemental health services. Accepts most insurance.



Phone
  • 218-606-1797
  • 218-318-2235 (secure text line)

Web
Address
  • 324 West Superior Street
    620 Medical Arts Building
    Duluth, MN 55802

Email
Mental Health Minnesota

The Minnesota Warmline provides a peer-to-peer approach to mental health recovery, support and wellness. Calls are answered by a team of professionally trained Certified Peer Specialists who have first-hand experience living with a mental health condition. The Warmline provides a safe, anonymous and confidential environment to connect with people who are here to listen and to help.



Phone
  • 651-288-0400 (Monday-Saturday, 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.)
  • Text “Support” to 85511
  • 855-WARMLINE
  • Text “MN” to 741741 (available 24/7)

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Miller Dwan (Essentia Health)

24-hour walk-in services for urgent behavioral health concerns for adults and adolescents. Also offers adult partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and inpatient adult programming, adolescent partial hospitalization and pediatric inpatient programming.



Phone
  • 218-727-8762
  • 844-772-4724 (Regional Crisis Line)
  • 2-1-1

Web
Address
  • 502 East 2nd Street
    Duluth, MN 55805

Email
Minnesota Housing Partnership

Offers Crisis Housing Fund, a short-term housing assistance program for those with a serious mental illness.



Phone
  • 800-728-8916

Web
Address

Email
  • info@mhponline.org
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Minnesota

Provides guidance to people who are trying to navigate the mental health system by identifying resources and treatment. Also has information about local support groups and classes.



Phone
  • 651-645-2948
  • 888-626-4435

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Address

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National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Offering specific resources for youth, disaster survivors, Native Americans, Veterans, loss survivors, LGBTQ+, attempt survivors, and deaf hard of hearing.



Phone
  • 800-273-8255
  • Dial 711 then 800-273-8255 (TTY Users)

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Northern Lights Clubhouse

Offers persons with mental health challenges structured opportunities to develop skills, pursue interests and engage with other members and staff. There is no specific diagnosis, doctors referral, or assessment necessary to be part of our community. Anyone who is facing mental illness, life challenges, stress, or isolation is welcome to become a member.

Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am-3pm



Phone
  • 218-235-9539

Web
Address
  • 41 East Camp Street (lower level of Ely Bowling Center)
    Ely, MN 55731

Email
  • info@elynlc.org
Northwood Children’s Services

Located in Duluth, Minnesota, Northwood Children’s Services provides holistic and professional care, education, and treatment for children with severe emotional, behavioral, and learning disabilities. Northwood is a private, nonprofit, tax-exempt agency committed to building positive change in children’s lives. Northwood Children’s Services’ mission is to provide brighter futures for the children and families it serves. They operate a full continuum of quality mental health treatment programs developed by passionate, professional, and highly trained staff. Children range in ages from 2-18 for most services. Programs include:

  • 35 Day Diagnostic Assessment Center
  • QRTP and PRTF Residential Treatment Centers
  • Little Learner’s Enrichment Center
  • Intensive Day Treatment Programs at Merritt Creek Academy, Chester Creek Academy, Rockridge Academy, and Denfeld
  • ISD 709 School Based Day Treatment Programs
  • Corporate Foster Care
  • Outpatient Services for children and their families



Phone
  • 218-724-8815

Web
Address
  • Northwood Children’s Services
    714 West College Street
    Duluth, MN 55811



Email
Nystrom and Associates, Ltd

Offers intensive out-patient, substance use disorder treatment and mental health services for adults and adolescents. Services available are psychiatric assessment and medication management for child, adolescents and adults, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), psychological testing, group, individual, couples and family therapy, community-based Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS), nutrition counseling, and community-based services for children, adolescents and young adults (CTSS). Telepsychiatry is also available. All types of insurances accepted including Medical Assistance and other state plans.

  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment-Intensive outpatient treatment programming for adults and adolescents. Addressing substance use disorder and mental health diagnosis with an integrated approach. Rule 25 and mental health assessments. Offering day and evening sessions for adults. Group and individual counseling, family involvement, drug screening, and after care programming is available for adolescents ages 12-18 who are still in school and that have a substance abuse disorder.
  • Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) with Suboxone-Intensive outpatient treatment for adults suffering from severe opiate use disorder. Medication assisted treatment in conjunction with mental health services, nutrition services, random drug screenings, psychological testing, medication management, and other services as needed. Offers day and evening programming. Must receive initial screening at the onset of treatment to determine individualized care needs and may need to be involved in Nystrom and Associates substance use disorder program to receive services.
  • Driving with CareTM-An effective, evidence based, DWI/DUI Education program that meets the cognitive skills educational requirements often ordered by the legal system.

Nystrom Residential Treatment also offers in-patient treatment for substance use and mental health. We help adult individuals in their recovery process by providing a safe, stable environment that is clinically managed with Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors, nursing staff, and mental health professionals. We offer medium-intensity and high-intensity residential care for adult men and adult women suffering from co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.

Nystrom Treatment
19580 Station St.
Big Lake, MN 55309
Phone: (763) 309-2021



Phone
  • 218-722-4379 (downtown)
  • 218-524-8889 (Miller Hill)

Web
Address
  • Providence Building
    Suite 300
    332 W Superior St
    Duluth, MN 55802
  • Duluth Mall Clinic
    1702 Miller Trunk Highway, Suite 209
    Duluth, MN 55811

Email
  • info@nystromtreatment.com
Paradigm Therapy Services

Provides individual and family therapy, school-based therapy, diagnostic and trauma assessments, chemical health assessments, anger management groups, custody evaluations, mediation, parenting education and parenting time expediting.  If you don’t have insurance or if your insurance is not in-network, we provide courtesy billing and sliding-fee options.

Paradigm is in-network for:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Health Partners
  • Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP)
  • Medicare
  • Optum/ Medica / United Behavioral Health
  • Preferred One
  • TRICARE
  • UCare



Phone
  • 218-499-7000

Web
Address
  • 4328 E Superior Street
    Duluth, MN 55804
  • 1102 Cloquet Avenue
    Cloquet, MN 55720

Email
  • info.paradigmtherapy@gmail.com
Range Mental Health Center

Offers outpatient therapy for adults, children and families, community supports services, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services, Peer Support Specialists, Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment & Illness Management, groups, case management, homeless services, MNSure Navigators, chemical dependency programs, ADAPT program, detoxification, crisis stabilization and mobile crisis. A satellite office is located in Ely (111 South 4th Avenue East, Ely) and offers full-service outpatient therapy for adults and children. Call 800-450-2273 for more information.



Phone
  • 218-749-2881 (appointments)
  • 218-288-2100 (crisis line)
  • 800-450-2273

Web
Address
  • 624 13th Street South
    Virginia, MN 55792

Email
Residential Services, Inc. of NE Minnesota

Providing support to clients with physical, cognitive and mental illness through residential services, transitional services, person-centered services, in-home services, nursing services, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services and outpatient counseling.



Phone
  • 218-727-2696 (Duluth office)
  • 218-749-3316 (foster care line)
  • 218-741-7270 (ARMHS line)

Web
Address
  • 2900 Piedmont Avenue
    Duluth, MN 55811
  • 108 South 5th Avenue
    Virginia, MN 55792

Email
  • info@residentialservices.org
St. Luke’s Behavioral Health

St. Luke’s Hospital Mental Health (Inpatient Location)
Inpatient psychiatry and behavioral health treatment.  Admit by direct emergency room or hospital only.  Open 24/7.

St. Luke’s Mental Health (Outpatient Location)
Outpatient psychiatry and behavioral health evaluation, medication management, therapy and treatment for children, adolescents and adults.



Phone
  • 218-249-5326 (inpatient number)
  • 218-249-7000 (outpatient number)

Web
Address
  • St. Luke’s Hospital Behavioral Health (Inpatient Location)
    915 East 1st Street
    Duluth, MN 55805
  • St. Luke’s Mental Health (Outpatient Location)
    Hillside Center
    220 North 6th Avenue East
    Duluth, MN 55805

Email
The Trevor Project

A national 24-hour crisis intervention and suicide prevention hotline for LGBTQ youth. Chat, phone and texting options available.



Phone
  • 866-488-7386
  • Text “START” to 678678 (availability times may vary)

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Thrive Range

Free online therapy for mental health and substance problems. Offers online assistance on suicidal urges, a crisis text line and a suicide prevention hotline. Also offers links and videos to 1) a toolbox for stress, addiction and suicide; 2) free therapy 3) therapy designed for men; 4) referrals and information about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention and treatment.



Phone
  • Text "RANGE" to 741741

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Address

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Tradewinds Residence, Inc.

Mental health treatment services for adults with mental and substance abuse disorders, persons with serious mental illness or mild dementia.



Phone
  • 715-394-2077

Web
Address
  • 1601 North 16th Street
    Superior, WI 54880

Email
Up North Therapy

Offering in-person or telehealth family and individual therapy to all ages, with a focus on cognitive behavior therapy and trauma services. Serving Lake and Cook Counties. Can bill Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health Partners, MA, UCare and pending with United Health/Optum.



Phone
  • 218-220-9699

Web

Address

Email
  • upnorththerapy@hushmail.com
US Department of Veterans Affairs

Access and manage your VA benefits, including healthcare, disability claims, education and records.



Phone
  • 800-827-1000 (main)
  • "711" TTY

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Waterfront Center

Community drop-in center with planned activities, informal support, community resources and conversation.  Monthly activity calendar available on-site. Activities include movies, games, crafting, bingo, music, outings, and health and wellness.  Computer and printer access is available. Hours: Monday-Wednesday 12pm-3pm, Thursday-Friday 9am-12pm.

The Waterfront Center is proud to offer a youth outreach program! This program offers a safe space, staffed by a CTSS provider and intern, for all teens ages 12-18 to hang out, learn about mental health, create friendships and provide a space where they feel supported, respected and safe. Activities may include crafts, movies, games, music, etc. Group meets Mondays from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.



Phone
  • 218-595-1067

Web

Address
  • 606 Second Avenue
    Two Harbors, MN 55616

Email
Wellness in the Woods

Peer to peer telephone support offers a safe and supportive place for people to call and speak with peers who are there to listen and support adults experiencing emotional distress. Warmline available every day from 5 p.m. to 9 a.m.

Also offering engaging Zoom meetings that promote mental wellness and community for people living with mental health challenges. Each meeting is hosted by a peer specialist with similar life experience.



Phone
  • 844-739-6369

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Address

Email