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Mental Health and Resources Page

Minnesota Furs goal is always to educate and support our community. The effects of COVID-19, work, and overall societal events has created substantial mental health burdens, so we created this page. But, this page will stay after these effects fade. The Minnesota Furs community is all-inclusive and with that comes the baggage of difference. The difference of race, gender identity, creed, and ethnicity. We want everyone to be their best selves, and sometimes that support comes from leaning on each other or through professional help.

If you want to talk to someone on the board, reach out to us.

Help us! Please forward any resource contacts to communications. Or, just tell us that, “Hey, you need to fix this link.”

 

RESOURCE LIST IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

Hennepin County, Mental health and Substance Use Services. Holistic, trauma-conscious, and healing-centered services; a resource list for adults, children, parents, BIOPIC, and families, accepts public insurance, sliding fee scale.

Kente Circle. Black-owned community mental health clinic; accepts insurance.

● Lutheran Social Services (LSS), Military & Veteran Services. Focused on veterans and family of veterans; accepts insurance.

Minnesota CarePartner. BIPOC-led and centered; accepts insurance.

MN Mental Health Providers of Color Database, (created by Larry Yang) Facilitates search for providers by identity and specialty. Also lists youth/children/adolescence specialists.

Native American Community Clinic, Behavioral Health Services. Native American-centered, all welcome; provides care regardless of ability to pay.

NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center, Behavioral Health. Multi-specialty health center serving North Minneapolis; accepts insurance and managed care plans, sliding fee scale.

The Trevor Project. Provides 24/7 intervention and suicide prevention services to young members (25yo and younger) of the LGBTQ community and those who are questioning. The site has other resource links.

●United Way’s 2-1-1 service. Free and confidential health and human services information for people in Minnesota. The service is available 24/7 and connects you to the resources and information you need. Just dial 211.

Walk-In Counseling Center. Non-profit, non-religious, anonymous, no appointment necessary; free.

Wilder Foundation, Mental Health & Wellness Services. Culturally-appropriate and trauma-informed services; insurance accepted but not required.

 
 

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