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Mental Health Resources
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage ISD 191 is committed to each student being real-world ready. In order to reach this goal, we recognize the importance of empowering students to achieve personal and academic success. ISD 191 has mental health supports and services including counseling and other resources in both our schools and communities. Do not hesitate to talk to school staff if you have questions or need help. Available staff may include school nurses, school social workers, guidance counselors, school psychologists, family support workers, and cultural liaisons. Click on the links below to access these Mental Health Resources.
The following mental health providers have agreements with the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District to provide services on-site to students during the school day with parent permission:
Headway Emotional Health Services: Co-located therapists provide on-site support at school to students and families for issues related to school success, truancy, mental health, individual and family therapy, and crisis management.
Family Adolescent and Children Therapy Services (FACTS): Preschool services for toddlers and families to develop skills to cope with issues such as depression, anxiety, family issues, trauma, stress, grief, loss, etc.
Dakota County/Scott County
Crisis Connection: 24-hour/day crisis and general counseling help line for suicide prevention, domestic violence, rape, depression and other issues.
Scott County Children's Mental Health Resources: Scott County provides case management services to children with mental health conditions based on eligibility. Find additional information including parent resource groups.
Dakota County Children's Mental Health Resources: Dakota County provides services to children with mental health conditions based on eligibility. Find additional information including low-cost mental health services and Autism Spectrum Disorder resources.
Metro Children's Crisis Response Services: Mental Health Issues and Crisis Support
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger of self harm or harm to others, call 911. You may also contact the crisis response unit in your county: 952-891-7171 - Dakota County; 952-442-7601 - Scott County.
Other counties state-wide: Crisis response resources in other Minnesota counties.
CLUES (Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio): Mental health, chemical health, community health and other family support services which focus on the Latino family as well as new immigrants and low income families.
Mental Health Association of Minnesota - Multicultural Resources: Resources and service providers serving diverse populations throughout Minnesota.
Minnesota Department of Health Resources Serving Diverse Communities: Health service resource directory outlining providers specializing in serving diverse populations state-wide.
Volunteers of America Somali & East African Behavioral Health Services Program: Culturally and language specific behavioral health services for Somali and East African youth and adults, and their families.
Depression Support Coalition: Information, education, and support for those affected by depression.
Mental Health Association of Minnesota: Outreach and advocacy services for individuals with mental health needs.
Minnesota Association of Children's Mental Health: Information, education, training, and resources for parents with children with mental health needs.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Minnesota (NAMI): Crisis services, young adult support groups, parent connections, and education for individuals with mental health needs and their families.
National Suicide Prevention LifeLine: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
PACER Center for Children's Mental Health: Bringing parents, youth and professionals together to help families receive the resources and support their children need.