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24/7 crisis services:

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.

Breaking through mental health stigma

Mental health services and treatments

Specialized services

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Assessment and referral

Assessment and referral responds to mental health or substance abuse crisis. Services are provided in a hospital emergency department 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Following evaluation, full or partial hospitalization may be recommended.

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Addiction services

Allina Health Mental Health Addiction Services programs support and educate adults and adolescents as they work through problems with alcohol or drugs.

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Classes and groups

Group therapy is a form of counseling where up to eight participants meet in a group setting

New services

Mental Health Specialty Services for Substance Use Disorders Program

This new program for adults featuring both individual and group therapy allows you to get care for both conditions in one place. Call 1-866-603-0016, and request a group therapy appointment with the “Mental Health Specialty Services for Substance Use Disorders Program.” 

Expressive Arts and Mindfulness Day Treatment Program

This rich, supportive, adult day treatment program can help you address mental health concerns, cope with stress and reconnect with positive directions for yourself. The program includes psychotherapy, arts therapies and mindfulness approaches. It features activities like meditations, walking and writing to help you bring creative mindfulness into your everyday life. 


We treat these and other mental health conditions:

24/7 resource

Mental Health and Addiction Line

Call 1-866-603-0016 for:

  • help determining the right service for you
  • referrals to services at Allina Health or in the broader community
  • scheduling for Allina Health appointments as appropriate
  • connections to crisis services as needed

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.