Mental Health and Crisis Resources

  • Harding Support Services

    Harding High School Licensed School Social Workers aim to help students progress socially, emotionally, and academically.

    Beth Breen, 9th Grade Support Center, 651-744-3217,

    Joan Gudorf, PBIS & 9th Grade Support Center, 651-744-3212,

    Brian Giesen, 10th Grade Support Center, 651-744-3220,

    Phua Yang, 11th/12th Grade Support Center, 651-744-3167,

    Hannah Pettersen, Level 3 Sped, 651-744-8406,

    Westside Community Health Services, 651-778-2884-Health Start Clinic is available to all Harding High School students, whether they have medical insurance or not. Health Start staff includes: nurse practitioner, mental health therapist, nutritionist, health educator, medical assistants, etc.

    Patient Registration Form


    Community Support Services and Resources

    Youth Services Network-Helping youth find shelters and services.

    Ramsey County Children's Mental Health Collaborative-RCCMHC is a diverse community partnership of families and child-serving agencies.
    Together, we work to build an integrated system of care for youth with mental health disorders and their families that supports:
    resilience, recovery and wellbeing!

    Ramsey County Crisis Teams



    National Alliance on Mental Illness-Working to improve the lives of children and adults with mental illnesses and their families.

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline-We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline 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.1-800-273-8255

    Project REACH is a Saint Paul Public Schools shelter and street-based program that promotes school stability and academic success of homeless children and youth. Fostering Connections is an SPPS program that assists with the education stability of students placed in out-of-home care.

    The Bridge for Youth launched its new 24-hour texting hotline for teens and families.  The crisis hotline, (612) 400-SAFE, is staffed round the clock by professional staff and volunteers, trained to de-escalate crisis, provide emotional support, and connect youth and families with critical resources.