Adult Mental Health

Grant County Social Services is currently preparing a draft 2016-2017 CSP Grant Plan. We are requesting public comment or input addressing any unmet needs or concerns. Please contact us at  with any comments or questions.”   

No two people take the same path to recovery and wellness. Grant County Social Services can help you find resources and support to live a full and meaningful life in your community.
We will talk with you about your life and the challenges you face every day. We can provide connections to services and resources, in the county and in the community, that will put you on a path to healing.
Whether you need short-term assistance or ongoing support to help sustain your recovery, Grant County can work with your strength, resilience and desire to get better. 

***Grant County Social Services has completed the Minnesota Department of Human Services’ Community Support Program Grant Application. This is available for viewing at the Grant County Social Services office.***

Adult Mobile Crisis Team Website     Adult Mobile Crisis Team Brochure  


Emergency Services

Emergency services are available on a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week basis for people having a psychiatric crisis, a mental health crisis, or emergency. A directory of mental health crisis phone numbers in Minnesota lists all crisis providers by county. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a toll-free number: 800-273-TALK (8255).