Mental Health Resources

More and more of the youth in our communities are struggling with mental health issues, from anxiety and depression to drug addiction and suicide ideation.

Learn more about and participate in the District's Mental Health Initiative.

Stillwater Area Public Schools CARES about its kids.

Here is a list of Mental Health and Crisis Resources provided courtesy of our counseling staff. This is not an endorsement for any of the agencies listed. 

IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS, please call one of the numbers at right or dial 911.

Download information regarding mental health and crisis resources available to students in our area. (en español)

If you or someone you care about is having a mental health crisis or contemplating suicide:

Text MN to 741741 or Call CRISIS (274274) from a mobile phone

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) – National Suicide Prevention Line

If you need an immediate response to mental health crises (behavioral, emotional, or psychiatric), Call 651-275-7400, Washington County Mobile Crisis Response 

If you need information on any health and human services (food, housing, shelter, transportation, etc.)  in Minnesota, Call 2-1-1 (MN Helpline: United Way) 

If you have unstable housing, visit or call 612-475-4055 (every Thursday Youth Drop-In Center for resources- St. Paul Lutheran Church Stillwater) 

The following organizations provide counseling, treatment programs or other services for youth:

Canvas Health - 651.777.5222 

Family Means - 651.439.4840

Family Means Center for Grief, Loss & Transition - 651.641.0177

Youth Service Bureau - 651.439.8800

Children’s Hospital of Minnesota (Behavioral Health Program): 651.220.6000

Fairview Hospital Behavioral Services: 612.273.8383

Prairie Care: 763.383.5800 

Aris Clinic (Outpatient programs): 651.259.9750

Avanti Care for Adolescent Girls: 763.230.7470

The Emily Program (eating disorders): 888.364.5977 

Options Residential: 952.564.3030

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Resources:

District's Mental Health Initiative

Our community is working together to better support all of our students and their mental well-being.

Mental Health Resources Blog

Helpful resources for students, parents and educators

Important mental health information from our partners at FamilyMeans