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School Based Clinics

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School Based Clinics

The School Based Clinics are doing telehealth appointments during school closures.  Students can text or leave voicemails at the clinic’s main phone numbers; medical assistants are checking messages regularly:

  • Patrick Henry High School: Text: 612.599.2951 or leave VM at 612.668.1944
  • Roosevelt High School: Text 612.599.7290 or leave VM at 612.668.4834
  • Longfellow Alternative School: Text 612.599.7290 or leave VM at 612.668.4723
  • Southwest High School: Text 612.599.5311 or leave VM at 612.668.3040
  • Thomas Edison High School: Text 612.599.5311 or leave VM at 612.668.1321
  • South High School: Text 612.599.3195 or leave VM at 612.668.4333
  • Washburn High School: Text 612.599.1714 or leave VM at 612.668.3453

Mental Health Support

Minneapolis Public Schools has school-based mental health services for students when school is in session.  We continue to strive to support our students, whether they are in distance or in-person learning. 

Students who receive school based mental health services

If your student receives school based mental health services, they can access those services in distance learning, a hybrid model or while in person.  You can reach out to your mental health care provider or your school social worker to stay connected.  School based clinics in high schools are open and can also provide mental health services for students. 

Supporting children through grief and loss

See the MPS resources on how to support children through grief and loss.

Mental Health Support Line

FREE counseling for anxiety, stress and depression is available to MPS students and families:
  • English: 612.767.8661 (Hmong families can call this number to get Hmong language services)
  • Spanish: 612.767.4158
  • Somali: 612.767.8659

Hennepin County support lines

If someone in your family is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call the Hennepin County Crisis teams:

  • COPE Team works with ages 18+:  612.596.1223
  • Child Crisis Team works with ages 17 and under: 612.348.2233

Hennepin County services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for anyone in crisis in Hennepin County.

Currently, they are providing:

  • Phone screening, assessment and intervention for adults and children
  • Suicide Prevention and Intervention and Safety Planning

National substance use prevention and support during COVD-19

The Partnership for Drug-free Kids provides a range of text-based and online supports on how to respond to substance use and addiction, from prevention to recovery. Find out more here.