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.
NAMI COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
Ramsey County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative Coronavirus Calm www.rccmhc.org/post/coronavirus-calm
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.