The Four County Mobile Crisis Response Team (CRT) is a multi-disciplinary group of staff that are based in St. Cloud and Monticello and provide an array of community-based, immediate, mental health crisis services to children and adults experiencing a mental health crisis under the supervision of a mental health professional. Services are provided to residents of Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, and Wright counties.
CRT services include: Crisis Hotline, crisis screening, Face-to-Face assessment and intervention, crisis stabilization, crisis prevention planning, and residential adult crisis stabilization. If needed the Crisis Response Team will travel to your home or a community location to de-escalate the situation and help the individual in crisis cope with immediate stressors.
Residential Adult Crisis Stabilization beds provide a short term, safe place to stay while working through a mental health crisis. The unit has 24/7 staff availability. Individual and group counseling is offered, as well as education to enable people to both manage and recover from mental illness. All admissions are voluntary. The unit consists of five beds. Screening is done by CRT staff with the ultimate decision made by the clinical supervisor. Admissions are based also on bed availability.
Phone: 320.253.5555 Fax: 320.257.6053
St. Cloud Area Child Response Initiative (CRI) is a secondary prevention program that addresses the needs of children and families exposed to violence and trauma in the St. Cloud Metro area, which includes the cities of St. Cloud, Waite Park, St. Joseph, Sartell and Sauk Rapids. CRI provides a coordinated community response to children, (0-18 years of age) and their families who have experienced any type of trauma or violence. Through using a trauma-informed framework focused on safety and empowerment, CRI advocates, police officers, community providers, and mental health professionals work together to support your child and family after an experience of violence or trauma.
TXT4Life is a suicide prevention resource promoted in 54 counties across Minnesota as well as all Minnesota tribal Nations. The TXT4Life program uses texting as a way for those in crisis or contemplating suicide to anonymously reach out and ask for free and confidential help. When individuals text the word “LIFE” to 61222, they are connected with a trained counselor who can help them by listening, providing tools and resources, and helping them get to a safe place, both emotionally and physically.
Mental Health Crisis Hotline – 24 hours a day/365 days a year
320.253.5555 or 800.635.8008