These pages are designed to provide information to the campus community about safety and mental health resources.
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911. Dangerous situations in need of immediate intervention may include suicidal threats or behavior, homicidal threats or behavior, violence, sexual assault, or unconsciousness.
If the situation you are experiencing is not immediately dangerous but feels like an urgent mental health need, you can contact us at (320) 308-3171 during office hours for a crisis appointment.
For after-hours crises, use the 24-Hour Crisis line: (320) 253-5555 or (800) 635-8008, answered by Central Minnesota Mental Health Center and the Four County Crisis Response Team.
Other crisis resources:
This page contains a variety of campus resources and contacts.
This page contains a variety of local mental health resources and contacts.
This page contains a variety of online information and resources about mental health, including national organizations and self-help information for common student concerns.