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Crisis Walk-In Resources

Helping you and your loved ones through times of crisis. 

Our Mobile Crisis team of mental health professionals is ready to respond 24/7/365.

Mobile Crisis: Assessment & Stabilization for youth and adults

RMHC’s Mobile Crisis Team provides short-term services that is a mobile, on-site, face-to-face therapeutic response to an individual experiencing a behavioral health crisis. The service identifies, assesses, treats and stabilizes the situation and in-turn reduces immediate risk of danger to the individual or others.

Services include assessment of recipient’s immediate needs and additional assessment of the factors that led to the crisis; individualized crisis stabilization treatment planning; supportive counseling; suicide risk assessment and safety planning. 

We also provide referrals to other service providers in the community to support the transition from crisis stabilization services. 

When to call the Mobile Crisis Team:

  • You are experiencing an emotional crisis
  • You are feeling suicidal or homicidal
  • You are feeling unsafe
  • You are experiencing difficulty accessing mental health resources in the community
  • You are having difficulty managing mental health symptoms

Compassionate Community Response Team (CCRT)

CCRT is a crisis co-responder model that provides mobile, on-site response to calls related to biopsychosocial barriers, mental health, substance use, repeat/frequent calls and unmet needs, among others. 

The team also assists in non-criminal, non-emergent medical and law enforcement calls, as well as other requests not clearly medical or criminal.

CCRT services Northern St. Louis County and is a joint effort between mental health professionals at Range Mental Health Center and local emergency services departments.

Examples of CCRT responses could include: 

  • Mental Health Concerns or Crises
  • Intoxication, Substance Use, Treatment Needs
  • Homelessness
  • Poverty
  • Hoarding
  • Unmet Basic Needs
  • Repeat Calls where a need is potentially still not being met by transporting the patient to the hospital, or simply clearing the scene of a call

Resources provided include: 

  • Crisis stabilization
  • Crisis assessment for mental health needs
  • Assistance with admission to a detoxification or treatment facility
  • Facilitation of connection and supported access to community partner services where resources for housing and basic needs are provided

The CCRT office is currently located at 1401 S. 12th St., Virginia, MN 55792

Office: 218-208-3641
Crisis line: 844-772-4724

Wellstone Center for Recovery

A community-based program designed to assist adults experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency. This residential program offers individualized services that meet the unique needs of each person. Located in Virginia, the program is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services and is staffed around the clock by highly-trained mental health practitioners and skilled nursing staff. 

Wellstone Center programming utilizes evidence-based, recovery oriented services, including, but not limited to:

  • Individualized assessment and treatment
  • On-site psychiatry and/or medication management
  • Diagnostic assessments
  • Rule 25 alcohol and drug assessments
  • Illness management and recovery practicum
  • Integrated mental health and substance abuse treatment modalities
  • Family psychoeducation
  • Holistic skills training for prevention, individual wellness and self-care
  • Discharge planning and referrals to ongoing and follow-up services

As part of Range Mental Health Center, Inc., any internal referrals for collaborative treatment purposes are streamlined for quicker access and continued stabilization including:

  • Psychiatry and/or medication management
  • Substance abuse treatment or Detox services
  • Diagnostic and/or psychological assessments
  • Individual, couple, family or group psychotherapies
  • Community Support Services (ARMHS or Peer Support Specialists)
  • Intensive treatment
  • Housing and/or homeless outreach services

Wellstone Center for Recovery is located at 731 3rd St. S. in Virginia.

For referral information, please call 218-471-4327 or 218-393-9117.

Contact Us

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William F. Sauvé Building
624 13th St. S.
Virginia, MN 55792
(218) 749-2881
(800) 450-2273 (Toll Free)

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Judge Donovan Frank Building
626 13th St. S.
Virginia, MN 55792
(218) 741-9120
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