Community Mental Health Resources 

School Counselors are available to support students and families with mental health questions or concerns but they are NOT licensed therapists and cannot provide on-going therapeutic services for students. If you feel your student needs mental health support please reach out to your school counselor or review the list of area resources. 


 Crisis Information for a life-threatening situation: 

  • Go to the nearest hospital emergency room
  • Call 911
  • If someone you know is suicidal, get help immediately and stay with the person until help arrives. 



  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • Txt4Life
    Text "Life" to 61222
  • Veteran's Crisis Line
    1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
  • Four County Crisis Response Team: 320-253-5555 or 1-800-635-8008

Community Mental Health and Social Service Organizations: 

  • Lighthouse Child and Family Services
    • Contact Persons: Jen Goerger or Julie Hanenburg
    • Contact Number: Milaca Office: 320-983-2335
    • Contact Number: Princeton Office: 763-631-0129
  • Mille Lacs County Community and Veteran Services
    • Contact Number: 320-983-8202
  • Sherburne County Health and Human Services
    • Contact Number: 763-765-4000
  • Isanti County Family Services
    • Contact Number: 763-689-1711
  • Family Ties
    • Social Worker
    • Contact Number: 763-389-6178

Suicide Prevention Resources:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

SAVE: Suicide Awareness Voices of Education

How to respond to student questions following a suicide

SAVE Suicide Prevention

Lifelines: Suicide Awareness and Responsiveness Program for Teens