Crisis Connection

Minnesota Crisis Hot Line (612- 379-6363 or statewide 1-866-379-6363) is the 24-hour crisis phone line. This community service, which is free and confidential, takes calls from anyone in need of counseling and support.


Minnesota County Emergency Hotlines

Mental Health Crisis Phone Numbers in Minnesota.


Hennepin County COPE

When a severe disturbance of mood or thinking threatens a person's safety in Hennepin County, call Hennepin County's COPE. Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies (COPE) 612-596-1223 Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. COPE professionals are available to:

  • go where a person is,
  • handle the immediate crisis, and
  • provide a clinical assessment.

If needed, COPE will arrange an emergency evaluation for inpatient psychiatric services. This service is available to all adults living in Hennepin County.

Telephone consultations are also available.


HCMC Suicide Hotline

Suicide Hotline at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis Minnesota (612) 873-2222


HCMC Acute Psychiatric Services

Emergency Psychiatric Services in Minneapolis, Minnesota at Hennepin County Medical Center. Crisis intervention phone service for assessment, information, and referral for psychiatric emergencies. (612) 873-3161


National Suicide Hotlines

Sometimes it's hard to admit... that we need other people. Sometimes depression & suicidal thoughts contain a component of upset & anger towards the world & the people in it. But the truth is, nothing can really substitute for human contact



Text LIFE to 61222.

TXT4Life is a suicide prevention resource for residents in
Minnesota funded by the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
We can help you with relationship issues, general mental health, and suicide.

Text “Life” to 61222 to be connected to trained, compassionate counselors.
We are free, confidential, and here for you 24/7/365.
If you believe a person’s life is in imminent danger, call 911.


Befrienders Worldwide

We work worldwide to provide emotional support, and reduce suicide. We listen to people who are in distress. We don't judge them or tell them what to do - we listen.