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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Crisis & Help Lines

If you feel someone you know is in danger, or is being hurt, or you are in danger, call the MN Domestic Violence Crisis Line at 1-866-223-1111. Your call will be answered by an advocate who can guide you through the process.

Asian Women United, House of Peace - (612) 724-0756
Shelter for women and their children under age 17 who are victims of domestic violence.

Casa de Esperanza - (651) 772-1611
Shelter for battered women and their children. Services available in English and Spanish.

Children’s Crisis Response - (651) 774-7000
24 hour in-home crisis intervention for children under 18 and their families in Ramsey County.

Children’s Home Society and Family Services - (651) 222-0311
Counseling and parenting program and programs for families affected by domestic abuse.

Children’s Safety Center Network - (651) 774-4990
Supervised child visitation and visitation exchange center.

Emergency Social Services - (651) 291-6795
After-hours response for Ramsey County Social Services, weekdays 5 p.m. until 8 a.m. and 24 hours weekends and holidays.

Parent Support Services (formerly Crisis Nursery) - (651) 641-1300
Short-term safe 24-hour care for children of families in crisis (ages birth to 12).

Project House Calls - (651) 266-1290
Outreach and primary care for St. Paul resident children at risk of homelessness; condemnation prevention.

Sexual Offense Services of Ramsey County - (651) 643-3006
24-hour crisis response for victims of sexual assault.

St. Paul Domestic Abuse Intervention Project - (651) 645-2824
Crisis intervention, legal advocacy and support groups for women in abusive situations living in the St. Paul area.

Tubman Family Alliance - (651) 770-0777
Resources, support shelters and information for families in suburban Ramsey and Washington Counties.

Ramsey County Mental Health Center - (651) 266-7890
Adult crisis services, day treatment, individual and group counseling.

Wilder Community Assistance Program - (651) 287-2400
Counseling, information, advocacy for families dealing with violence.

Women of Nations (Eagle’s Nest) - (651) 222-5836
Shelter and support services for battered women and their children; special services for Native- American women.

Women’s Advocates - (651) 227-8284
Shelter for battered women and their children, support groups, information and referral.

CRISIS NUMBERS ANSWERED 24 HOURS

Police, Fire, Ambulance and Medical Emergency - 911

Asian Women United - (612) 724-8823
24-hour multi-lingual domestic violence crisis line for information and help.

Birthright - (651) 646-7033
Emergency assistance to pregnant women and new mothers; layettes, diapers, etc.

Child Protection - (651) 266-4500
Reports of child abuse or neglect [after-hours (651) 291-6795].

Children’s Crisis Response - (651) 774-7000
24-hour crisis consultation and resource location. In-home crisis intervention for children, youth and families.

Crime Victim Center - (612) 340-5400 Crime

Victims Assistance - (651) 291-8810
Clinics within the twin cities metro area offer free legal advice to victims of crime.

Crisis Connection - (612) 379-6363
Mental health crisis and general phone counseling.

Emergency Social Service - (651) 291-6795
After-hours response for Ramsey County Social Services – available 5 p.m. through 8 a.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends and holidays.

MN Domestic Violence Crisis Line - 1-866-223-1111

Parent Support Services (formerly Crisis Nursery) - (651) 641-1300

Poison Control - 1-800-222-1222

Ramsey County Mental Health Crisis - (651) 266-7900
Adult crisis services.

Ramsey County Shelters

Casa de Esperanza - (651) 772-1611

Tubman Family Alliance - (651) 770-0777

Women of Nations (Eagle’s Nest) - (651) 222-5836

Women’s Advocates - (651) 227-8284

St. Paul Domestic Abuse Intervention Project - (651) 645-2824
Crisis intervention for women in abusive situations.

Sexual Offense Service of Ramsey County - (651) 643-3006
Counseling and support for survivors of sexual assault.

Suicide Prevention - (612) 873-2222

Tubman Family Alliance - (651) 770-0777
Crisis referral for families in abusive situations.

United Way 2-1-1 - 211 or (651) 291-0211
24-hour information and referral regarding health and human services in the metro area. Interpretation Available: TTY - 711 Spanish - (651) 291-0211 : 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Friday Hmong,
Somali - (651) 291-0211 : 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Friday
Russian - (651) 698-9167 : 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Monday - Friday

TELEPHONE HELP LINES

Children’s Crisis Response - (651) 774-7000
24 hour crisis consultation and resource location. Outreach available.

Crisis Connection - (612) 379-6363
Telephone counseling; available 24 hours.

Home Line - (612) 728-5767
Information and advice for tenants.

Homework Helpline - United Way 2-1-1 - 2-1-1 or (651) 291-1111 for cell phone users

Housing Link - United Way 2-1-1 - 2-1-1 or (651) 291-1111 for cell phone users

Parent Warm Line - (612) 813-6336
Free professional consultation providing practical advice about child development and behavior.

United Way 2-1-1 - 2-1-1 or (651) 291-1111
for cell phone users 24-hour information and referral about resources and programs in the metro area.

United Way’s - “Yo! The Movement” - (612) 874-9696
Connects 7-21 year olds to East Metro Area programs and activities.

TELEPHONE HELP LINES FOR HEALTH CARE ISSUES

Breast Feeding Resource Center - (651) 241-6250
Service of United Hospitals; R.N. lactation consultants provide information about breast-feeding.

HealthEast Care Connection - (651) 232-1515
Physician and health care provider referrals within the HealthEast network. Nurse Triage.

Health Partners - “CareLine” - (612) 339-3663
Telephone advice from nurses after regular hours for plan members.

Medica - “Call Link” - 1-800-962-9497
Health information for plan members.

Melpomene Institute for Women’s Health Research - (651) 789-0140
Health education program and materials; resource center.

Minnesota AIDS Project, AIDS Line - (612) 373-2437
HIV/AIDS information, supports and services.

MN Family Planning/Sexually Transmitted Diseases Hotline - 1-800-783-2287
Family planning and STD information and referral.

Flu Shots

Patient Testimonials

"We have been patients of Parkway for over 25 years. We drive over 45 minutes to the clinic because the folks at Parkway are the best. We have been blessed by the quality of care and level of attention that our friends and we have received over the years. Our friends and family who we have referred still tell us thank you. Dr. Hamilton and the other doctors are outstanding. When was the last time your doctor called to see how treatment was going? I highly recommend Dr. Hamilton and the Parkway Family Physicians Clinic.”
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