Adult Mental Health

Mental Health case management services address the unique needs of an adult or child who is experiencing mental health concerns and provide for obtaining, coordinating and implementing mental health services. Case managers can also assist in referrals to employment support or housing programs. To be eligible for case management, a person must have completed a Diagnostic Assessment or assessment update with a mental health professional within the past six months indicating the presence of a Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (for adults) or a Severe Emotional Disturbance (for children) in order to meet criteria to receive case management.

To request mental health case management for children or adults call Grant County Social Services at 218-685-8200

Resources:

Mobile Mental Health Crisis Team: (701) 364-0431

Lakeland Mental Health Crisis Line: (800) 223-4512

Minnesota Farm & Rural Helpline  833-600-2670

24-Hour Suicide Lifeline: (800) 273-8255

24-Hour Crisis Text Line: Text “MN” to 741741

For emergencies, dial 911

Region IV South Adult Mental Health Initiative website:      www.r4sconversations.org

***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  


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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).