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If you are experiencing a crisis or need someone to talk to, please use these resources:
- National emergency line: 911
- National suicide and crisis hotline: 988
- UMN Crisis Services: Any UMN student seeking urgent counseling services can utilize this service.
- Call 612-301-4673
- Text “UMN” to 61222
- Go to Boynton Health’s Urgent Mental Health Care Clinic during clinic hours. It is located on the 4th floor of Boynton Health at 410 Church St. SE.
- Hennepin County Crisis Connection: Any Hennepin County resident that needs an urgent in person mental health crisis response.
- Call 612-596-1223
- Minnesota Crisis Connection: Any Minnesota resident that needs an urgent in person mental health crisis response.
- Call 274747 and you will be connected with your local Crisis Connection.
- The Trevor Project: Crisis and Counseling line for LGBTQ youth and adults.
- Call 1-866-488-7386
- Text “Start” to 678-678
- Chat online with a counselor here
- Trans Lifeline: A crisis line for trans people run by trans people.
- Call 877-565-886
- Sexual Violence Center: A crisis line for victims of sexual violence.
- Call 612-871-5111
- Day One Services: Assists and supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and more and helps victims find shelter and other local services.
- Call 1-866-223-1111
- Text 612-399-9995
- Click the chat now button on their website
- Drug Rehab: Information, resources, and treatment for people battling addiction and other related conditions.
- LGBTQ College Student Guide by Intelligent
- A student guide made to help prospective college students find an LGBTQ friendly college as well as tips for being on campus and more!
- LGBTQ Youth and Addiction by Addiction Center
- A web guide that discusses the risk factors for substance abuse in LGBTQ youth as well as treatment options for those struggling with addiction.
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