Mental Health Connect provides useful information and links to mental health resources. Please use the links below and contact our Mental Health Navigator to find additional resources that may benefit you or a family member or friend.

Community Resources

Click the link above for information about Crisis Services, community programs, support groups and health care services.

Mental Health Websites

Click the link above for website links about common mental health concerns including anxiety disorders, depression, and suicide.




Community Events

Addiction and Mental Illness--Helping, Healing,and Hope

May 7 6-8:30 p.m  (registration and exhibits starting at 6 pm;  speaker/panel 6:30-8:30 pm)

Bethlehem Lutheran Church Twin Cities and Mental Health Connect invite you to join us for our May Mental Health Month event!

Our speaker is Michael Borowiak, MSW, LICSW, from Traverse Counseling. Learn about Co-Occurring Addiction and Mental Health Disorders and ways to reduce the stigma. Are people with addiction at greater risk of having a co-occurring mental health disorder? Why do these disorders occur together so frequently? Why is it so difficult to diagnose co-occurring disorders? 

Learn about resilience, recovery and hope, and realistic expectations for family members.

Connecting For Mental Health Fundraiser and Breakfast

Tuesday, June 4th 7:45am - 8:30am at Mount Olivet Lutheran Church

Learn about Mental Health Connect and its impact on the community

Hear brief testimonies about the value of early response to mental health concerns

Meet friends and colleagues concerned for a faith response to mental health needs

Secure increased financial commitments to Mental Health Connect to continue this work!

$15 for Individuals, tables can be purchased for a group at $80. A table seats 8-10 people.

Buy tickets here

and contact for more info

Monday Mental Health Speaker Series

2nd Monday, 5:45 pm- 8:00 pm

Bethlehem Lutheran Church Twin Cities and St. Joan of Arc Catholic Community present a monthly Mental Health Series on the 2nd Monday of every month. Trauma & Healing is the focus for September 2018 to June 2019, with a break in December. A light supper is served at 5:45 pm followed by the presentation at 6:30 pm. Those living with mental illness, their families, and all interested in learning more are welcome. Continuing Education credit available. No registration necessary.

View the full schedule here.