Grant Information

Adult Crisis Grant & Children's Crisis Grant

Serving Adults in:  Kittson, Mahnomen, Marshall, Norman, Pennington, Polk, Red Lake and Roseau Counties

Serving Children in:  Kittson, Mahnomen, Marshall, Norman, Polk and Red Lake Counties

              We provide immediate help for Adult's, Children, and Families

                                experiencing a mental health crisis. 

                               1-800-282-5005

If you reside in another county click on this link http://www.dhs.state.mn.us/crisis-lines to locate your county's mental health crisis services line.  


Call us if:
You are feeling overwhelmed, angry, sad, or alone.
You or a family member is out of control, is at risk of hurting themselves or others, is struggling with depression.
You work with children or adults in the school or community, or a health care center and are looking for resources to calm and support someone in mental health crisis.

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For our Partners:

Choose correct from, fill out completely and submit to County of Responsibility.

Law Enforcement Crisis Form

NWMHC Partner Crisis Form  (Social Services)

Crisis Response Team Resource Guide

Crisis Grant Consumer Survey 

Grant Billing and Quality Assurance Procedures

Menu of Billable Services (County Social Services, Law Enforcement, NWMHC, Participating Public Schools, Sanford Medical Center-Pennington County)

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Mobile On-Call Crisis Responder Required 30 hour / DHS Training

This course may be used toward the 30 hours of specialized training required for mental health practitioners to perform crisis intervention and assessment activities and for mental health rehabilitation workers to provide crisis stabilization services. The course may take approximately 10 hours to complete online. This training is also not intended to be retaken and used toward your 30 hours of specialized training, though we do encourage you to review the course as necessary.
The training curriculum is available online. Please use the Adult and Children's Mental Health Learning Center to register for the course. The course is listed as “Crisis Curriculum 2012” under Search Learning Activities. There is no registration fee. The training modules are housed on a secure state server. The Instruction Link has more detailed instructions for registering and taking the online course.