We are open and all of our programs are being facilitated either virtually through telehealth or in-person.
We know this is a time of stress and uncertainty for all. We want you to know that our number one priority is your emotional and physical health. Please know that the Redleaf Center for Family Healing staff are here for you.
Please call our HopeLine at 612-873-HOPE (4673) and together we will figure out the best next steps for support.
Our Hopeline offers mental health and parenting support for:
- pregnant and postpartum mothers
- parents of young children
- parents experiencing perinatal loss
- healthcare and mental health providers who support perinatal families
Feel free to leave a message and one of our therapists will call you back to hear your urgent concerns, direct you to resources, talk you through coping skills, and offer emotional support. We can also help you access emergency services if necessary.
For those who receive psychiatric care within the Mother-Baby Program — if you are struggling and feel you need medication adjustments or refills, we can still help. For any clinic-related needs, call our clinic just as you always have at 612-873-6262, or send Dr. Thorsness or Dr. Kim a MyChart message. For refills, contact your pharmacy directly.
Please visit Resources During COVID-19 for more information and support for parents, children, and professionals.
We are very proud to be a part of Hennepin Healthcare – a healthcare system that has been at the ready in case of emergencies for over a century. Our mission to provide you and your family with excellent and compassionate treatment will not change during this stressful time. We are here for you and will get through this together.
Click here to read more about the Hennepin Healthcare response to COVID-19.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department. You can also visit Hennepin Healthcare’s Acute Psychiatric Service (APS), a 24-hour mental health emergency room.