About Our Mobile Fact to Face Crisis Response Team

Our Purpose

Our goal is to significantly reduce the number of individuals placed outside of the home or in the emergency room.

Staff Qualifications

Our team of Mental Health Practitioners Minnesota Statute 245.4871, Subdivision 26  and Mental Health Professionals Minnesota Statute 256B.0943 Subdivision 1, must meet strict legal requirements to serve our clients.

As stated under Minnesota Statute 256B.0944, each member on our team must:

  • Be experienced in mental health assessment, crisis intervention techniques, and clinical decision making under emergency conditions
  • Have knowledge of local services and resources
  • Recommend and coordinate the team’s services with appropriate local resources, including the county social services agency, mental health service providers, and local law enforcement, if necessary

We Are Mandated Reporters

Everyone on our staff is a mandated reporter. That means, under Minnesota law, that we are required to report to child protective services any child abuse or neglect that we know or have reason to know is happening or has happened in the child’s recent past. This means that, upon learning of potential neglect or abuse, each staff member is under a legal duty to call the police or child protection to make an official report.

Contact Us Today

If you or your child is in need of immediate crisis response, call us today. You can reach our crisis line at 701.364.0431.

If you have general questions about Region IV South Children’s Mental Health Crisis Response, please call our non-emergency number during business hours at 320.208.6600.