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Emotional, Chemical & Mental Health Resources
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Browse the following sites for emotional and chemical health as well as physical and developmental disabilities. See the links on the menu bar (on your left) for other resources. Note: The Rochester Public Schools does not endorse any of the agencies listed here. Rather, this is a list of possibilities to consider.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
24 hour phone line

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
24 hour phone line

Alcohol or Drug Use National Help & Referral Line 1-800-252-6465

Salvation Army Smoking Cessation Clinic
120 North Broadway
The Smoking Cessation Clinic service is offered to individuals with and without insurance.

County Chemical Dependency Provider Network

Common Ground - Confidential Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

EmPower CTC and C.R.A.F.T

Mayo Clinic Adult, Child Addictions, Psychology & Psychiatry

Zumbro Valley Mental Health Center

 NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

  • Family to Family Education
  • Family to Family Support
  • Hope for Recovery
  • Children's Challenging Behaviors
  • Kidshops
  • Warmline
  • Mental Health 101
1-888-334-7754 Toll Free
* A non-crisis peer support line for people living with mental illness

Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health
To enhance the quality of life for children with mental health disorders and their families.
  • Educate families about the multiple systems that serve children with mental health disorders and help them navigate these complex systems
  • Provide opportunities for parents and caregivers to develop the skills required to effectively care for and advocate for their children.
  • Advocate for the timely and appropriate deliver of services to children with mental health disorders
  • Provide programs and advocate for services that meet the unique needs of parents from culturally specific commmunities.
Family Services Rochester
1110 6th Street NW

For the past 15 years, Family Service Rochester has sharpened its focus to working with families with serious child welfare and/or family violence concerns. Major service expansions have been in the areas of child maltreatment, child welfare, children’s mental health, domestic violence and providing our services to ethnically diverse populations in our community.  Today the agency provides more than 30 programs to meet ever-hanging community needs.Family Services helps to provide a wide range of human services that educate, strengthen, support, protect and empower individuals and families in our community.

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