Hello! Welcome and thank you for attending the 2021 Virtual Make a Difference Conference. As you already know, there was a lot of excellent and valuable information provided over this year's 3 night event. Here are some links and resources in case you would like to learn more:
Facebook: Team Bear – USA Curling
If you would like more information from "Body night" please reach out to YIA coordinator, Tyler @ email@example.com
What can you do within your community/school to support mental health?: https://mn.gov/dhs/partners-and-providers/policies-procedures/childrens-mental-health/collaboratives/
How to apply to MN Youth Council: https://mnyouth.net/myc/
Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
A Friend Asks (App for iPhone and Android)Domestic Violence: 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233)
Runaway and Homeless Youth: 1-800-RUNAWAY (1-800-786-2929)
Mental Health Clinics/Service:
Mental Health Helpline: receive connections to care referrals across Minnesota. Call 800.862.1799 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health (MACMH): Offering a new, free Caregiver Resources Library designed to help parents, caregivers and family members support both their children's mental health as well as their own. Create free login
Cornerstone Youth Advocacy and Support: Free, confidential emotional support to youth ages 13-24 via Telehealth telehealth ages 13-21.
Youth Advocacy website or email: email@example.com
Open Path Psychotherapy Collective: Affordable therapy (find a therapist in your area).
Minnesota Community Care: Provide affordable mental health care. You can make an appointment by calling 651-602-7500. 24-Hour Careline: 612-333-2229
Lee Carlson Center (offers Telehealth option). 763-780-3036.
Locate local mental health clinics by address, city, or zip code.
Walk-In Counseling Center: Nonprofit that offers free and anonymous remote counseling for individuals and families. Services by phone or video. No insurance needed! Services for Spanish and Hmong speakers available.
Mental Health Connect Navigator: Complete short online form to connect to a mental health navigator who can connect you to various supports and services.
Trans Lifeline: Peer support service run by trans people, for trans and questioning callers (Spanish option available). Also offers family and friends hotline that provides help in supporting a trans loved one. 877-565-8860
MN Mental Health Providers of Color Database created by Larry Yang
Wilder Foundation: therapy for children of all ages (birth to 17): 651-280-231
Black Mental Health Resources:
Therapy for Black Girls: (find a therapist in your area).
Mary Ellen Strong Foundation: list of Black therapists in Minnesota.
Latinx Mental Health Resources:
Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio (CLUES): website available in English and Spanish
Therapy for Latinx (find a therapist in your area).
Indigenous Mental Health Resources:
Native American Community ClinicAmerican Indian Family Center
Asian Mental Health Resources
Asian Mental Health Collective APISAA Therapist Directory
If you would like more information from "Mind night" please reach out to coordinator, Elise @ firstname.lastname@example.org
7 things that are perfect for your soul (and life) video: 7 Things That Are Perfect For Your Soul (and LIFE!) - YouTube
Steve Solkela - What feeds your soul? video: What Feeds Your Soul? - YouTube and A One Man Band with Ambition: Steve Solkela: A One Man Band with Ambition - YouTube
December Rain by Preston Gunderson: December Rain - Preston Gunderson (Live @ Creation) - YouTube
If you would like more information from "SOUL night" please reach out to YIA coordinator, Angela @ email@example.com or YIA Coordinator Taryn @burnettT2@stlouiscountymn.gov