Mental Health Crisis: Individuals, families and service providers from across the state calling from a cell phone can call one number — **CRISIS (**274747)
Minnesota Care Partners is offering telehealth options for all services, for those who have insurance. They will continue to accept new referrals and get creative with delivering care.
Ramsey County Mental Health Resources:
- Mental health crisis lines continue to operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Children’s Mental Health Crisis Line: 651-266-7878.
- Adult Mental Health Crisis Line: 651-266-7900.
If your employment has been affected by COVID-19, you can apply for unemployment benefits, Executive Order of the Governor. This includes any COVID-19 related layoff, including parents having to leave work to do child care. The one week waiting period has been waived. Apply for benefits online at: https://www.uimn.org/
Karen Organization of MN (KOM) is helping their clients with a language barrier apply for unemployment benefits.
Updates Regarding COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health are closely monitoring an outbreak caused by a novel (new) coronavirus (COVID-19).Questions regarding county policies and the county response to COVID-19 can be sent to Ramsey County's COVID-19 Response Team.
Current information on Minnesota cases provided by the Minnesota Department of Health.
Discrimination Hotline – 833-454-0148
- Challenging times seem to bring out the extremes. If you have witnessed or experienced discrimination because of COVID-19, the MN Department of Human Rights wants to hear about it. Governor Tim Walz launched a new toll-free Discrimination Helplineto reinforce the state’s efforts to protect the civil rights of all Minnesotans.
- Call 1-833-454-0148 or complete this online formfor help today.