Minnesota WarmLine 651-288-0400 or text “Support” to 85511 Open Monday – Saturday noon-10pm
The Minnesota Warmline provides a peer-to-peer approach to mental health recovery, support and wellness. Calls are answered by our team of professionally trained Certified Peer Specialists, who have first hand experience living with a mental health condition.
The Warmline provides a safe, anonymous and confidential environment to connect with people who are here to listen…here to help.
GENERAL MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
Young Adult NAMI Connection groups Facilitated by young adults who live with mental illnesses who are doing well in recovery. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (online and some in person; check calendar for current status) 18-30
NAMI Support Group for BIPOC Community Members NAMI Connection offers a free support group for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Color) adults living with a mental illness.
LGBTQ Connection Support Group – National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. (Meets in Minneapolis and St. Paul)
Melissa’s Connections Free, drop-in women’s support group through Tubman Center. Meets virtually Wednesdays 11-12.
Mental Health Minnesota Peer-Led Support Groups Two types of groups: Peer-Led Support for Recovery and Wellness; and Depression & Bipolar Alliance Support (several groups around the Twin Cities) Online and in person.
Family to Family Support Groups National Alliance for the Mentally Ill – Support for families and friends of persons with mental illness. Groups available around the metro area. 651-645-2948
Emotions Anonymous Emotions Anonymous is a 12-Step group for people who want to get support for recovery from emotional difficulties. This site describes the program and has a group finder so you can locate a group near you. You may also call the AA Intergroup number for the Twin Cities at 952-922-0880.
Mental Health Minnesota — online listing of support groups
Pathlight Mood and Anxiety Center — free online college student support group (national organization; open to the community)
NAMI Open Door Anxiety/Panic Disorder Support Groups – Information about Open Door Outreach, Inc., an organization offering information and support groups for anxiety disorders in the Twin Cities. (Meets in Highland Park and Edina)
Pathlight Mood and Anxiety Center — free online College student support group (national organization; open to the community)
AUTISM / ASD
Autism Society of Minnesota support groups Independent Adults with ASD Social Support Group; Women with ASD Support Group; LGBT-QIA Adults with Autism Support Group (meets in Midway St. Paul)
Face It Foundation Local and on-line support for men with depression. Hosts several groups around the Twin Cities that meet every other week.
Mental Health Minnesota Peer-Led Support Groups Two types of groups: Peer-Led Support for Recovery and Wellness; and Depression & Bipolar Alliance Support (several groups around the Twin Cities)
Depression and Bipolar Depression Support Groups through the Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance
Depression Support Coalition Christian faith-based depression support
Pathlight Mood and Anxiety Center — free online Anxiety & Depression support group (national organization; open to the community)
The Joy Project — local support group for eating disorders (meets near U of M)
SEXUAL ASSAULT & RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE
The Aurora Center — Sexual Assault support group; Relationship Violence Support group; Women of Color Support Group (for women who have experienced relationship violence and/or sexual assault); available to Augsburg students
Pieces of Peace Support Group — Tubman An ongoing, drop-in support group for people who are experiencing or have experienced relationship abuse, including emotional, verbal, physical, sexual or financial abuse. Participants at all stages of healing are welcome.