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Mental Health & Wellness

HAP is committed to improving the health of the communities we serve by providing mental health resources that foster holistic well-being and reduce stigmas. We provide tools, services, and spaces that are emotionally focused and culturally responsive.

The goals of this program is to increase the Hmong community’s knowledge of how to access existing and new resources and services, as well as educating care and service providers to engage the Hmong community with methods that respect and account for cultural wisdom and perceptions.

Youth MOVE at HAP

HAP hosts a culturally specific local chapter of Youth MOVE MN, a project of the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health. Youth MOVE is a youth-driven program for individuals ages 13-25 dedicated to improving systems and services that support growth and development. Our chapter meets monthly to highlight youth voices and experiences in various systems – including mental health, child welfare, and education.

For more information, please contact our Mental Health Coordinator:
Rachel Vang | Cell: (651) 703-0613 |

Minnesota Mental Health Resources

Ramsey County Children’s Mental Health

  • 24-Hour Crisis Line–651-266-7878
  • Ramsey County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative–651-293-5951
    Resources for Families who need support in Children/s Mental Health

Ramsey County Adult Mental Health

  • 24-Hour Crisis Line–651-266-7900
  • People Incorporated (Mental Health Clinic)–651-774-0011

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • 24-Hour Crisis Line – 800-273-8255

Minnesota Warmlines – 651-288-0400 or Text “support” to 85511

Veterans Crisis Line – 1-800-273-8255

Crisis Text Line – Text “MN” to 741741

The Mental Health Wellbeing Program is funded by the Behavioral Health Education grant from the Department of Human Services.