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Walk-in behavioral health support

1800 Chicago – Behavioral Health Center

We serve Hennepin County residents 18+, focusing on needs related to mental health and substance use disorder.

Walk in anytime Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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The interdisciplinary team at the walk-in center will take time to get to know you, address your immediate needs and connect you to long-term treatment and recovery supports. We'll work alongside you until you are connected to meaningful resources and supports.

  • Walk-in, no appointment needed, no need to call ahead
  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Location

  • Map: Walk-in center
    1800 Chicago Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404
    Use entrance on Columbus Avenue

Eligibility

  • Hennepin County resident 18 or older
  • We don't turn anyone away due to payment or insurance status

Learn more

  • Call 612-879-3115

ReEntry House Crisis Stabilization supports people experiencing a mental health crisis and provides a 3–10 day stay.

The house is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To learn more and complete a phone screening, call 612-540-5700.

We provide medication-assisted withdrawal support for withdraw from alcohol and/or drugs. We also provide a comprehensive assessment within the first 72 hours of your stay and connections to other treatment.

  • Walk-in. We also take referrals from family, hospital transfers, and police.
  • Hours: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Location: 3rd floor

To learn more, call 612-879-3646.

Diversion and Recovery Team (DART)

Find support to improve your quality of life. Our team of case managers, a nurse, a peer recovery specialist, and a vocational services worker specialize in harm reduction and recovery-oriented services. We'll work with you where you're at. We can support you to reduce or regulate your use, engage with treatment or work on long-term recovery.

Eligibility

  • Voluntary program
  • Hennepin County resident 18 or older, living with a substance use disorder and experiencing housing instability

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Project CHILD

We support substance-free pregnancies and healthier families. You set your own goals for a healthy pregnancy and delivery. We connect you to the services that can support you now and in long-term recovery. Services include:

  • Comprehensive assessment and treatment  
  • Incentives
  • Counseling
  • Parenting education
  • Peer recovery support services
  • Referrals for help in the community

Eligibility

  • Voluntary program
  • Pregnant, 16 years old or older, and using substances

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Vocational Services Program (VSP)

Get support to get or keep a job, especially if mental health or substance use is getting in the way. Services may include assessment of job interest, job search skills, job placement or ongoing support to keep your job.

Eligibility

  • Interest in working or volunteering
  • Or possibility of being ready to work or volunteer in coming months
  • Or struggles maintaining your job or wanting a new job

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Health insurance navigation

Get support to apply for health insurance benefits to support your recovery. (offered by Rainbow Health)

  • In-person services available Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 1 – 4 p.m.
  • Virtual services available at other scheduled times

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Visit us in person.

Weekdays

Walk-in at the entrance off Columbus Avenue. The walk-in center is open Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

After hours, 7 days a week

Use the buzzer at the Columbus Avenue entrance to connect with withdrawal management or the crisis residence.

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