Crisis Line 218-288-2100
The Range Mental Health Center (RMHC) was the first rural community mental health center in the United States and the first in Minnesota to provide services developed specifically for persons with serious and persistent mental illness. The Center was established in 1961 and was the 16th federally designated community mental health center in the nation, and the first in Minnesota. Mental health services are provided each year to over 7,000 adults, children, and families. The catchment area of RMHC covers northern St. Louis County including over 6,800 square miles. RMHC currently employs approximately 200 individuals who provide many services, including:
- Outpatient and psychiatric treatment
- Community support services
- Inpatient and outpatient addiction and detoxification services
- Homeless adult, chronic, and youth programs
- Housing services
- Assertive community treatment team
- Children’s community and school based mental health programs
- 16 bed intensive residential facility
- 8 bed community crisis stabilization unit
- And a mobile crisis team.
If you or others should be in a life threatening situation or need immediate help, call 911 or use your local emergency phone number.