Each person’s needs for managing their mental health is unique. This section provides tools and resources to help you find the best fit for your circumstance. If you would like help with navigating this process, make an appointment with your personal counselor through Starfish.
Mental Health Self-Assessment Tools
Take a Mental Health Screening through Learn to Live, enter code "CENTURY":
- Take the mental health assessment
- Save/Print your results as a .PDF
- Email your results to your Century College counselor
- Schedule an appointment to discuss your results with your counselor through Starfish
Being aware of your mental health is just as important as knowing your physical health numbers such as blood pressure and cholesterol. Mental health issues do not discriminate - affecting people of all ages, backgrounds, and socioeconomic groups. Screenings are not a professional diagnosis, but are often the first step in getting help.
- Learn to Live: Enter the code "CENTURY" and complete the assessment to find out which issues might be affecting you. Then choose the program to fit your needs such as Insomnia Program or the Stress, Anxiety and Worry Program which uses the highly effective tools of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Make an account and start the program, available 24/7, save to come back and continue anytime. Free for Century students.
- ULifeline: Click on "Self Evaluator," pick a screener, and complete the assessment. Save the results to discuss with your counselor.
If you have any concerns or questions about mental health self-assessment tools or your results, please make an appointment to discuss with your counselor through Starfish or by contacting the Advising, Counseling and Career Center front desk:
Or stop by: West Campus, room W2410
Mental Health Provider Resources
- Psychology Today Find a Therapist
- Mental Health Minnesota
- Canvas Health
- Walk-In Counseling Center
- African American Family Services
- Black Mental Health Resources
- East African Healing Services
- CLUES – Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio
- Indian Health Board (American Indian and Alaska Native)
- Wilder Foundation (Hmong, Karen, Vietnamese, and Khmer)
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMSA) National Treatment referral helpline: 800-622-HELP (4357)
Support Groups/Online Support
Mental Health Resources
- Talking About Mental Health – Make It OK.org
- ‘The Last Day’ Podcast (JED Foundation)
- What is it Like to Experience Mental Health Problems? (British Psychological Society)
- Love is Louder (JED Foundation)
- 15 Best Mental Health Podcasts to Help You Navigate Tough Times (Prevention)
- Seize the Awkward
- Half of Us
- The Steve Fund supporting the mental health and emtional well-being of young people of color.
In case of emergency, please call 911.
A County Mobile Crisis Team can assess the situation and provide help. Call if you or someone close to you is having a mental health crisis. The line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is free. The team will assist individuals within their own homes and at other sites.
- Anoka: 763-755-3801
- Carver/Scott: 952-442-7601
- Dakota: 952-891-7171
- Hennepin: 612-596-1223
- Washington: 651-777-5222 - Washington County Adult Mental Health and Crisis Counseling
- Ramsey: 651-266-7900
- All Mental health crisis phone numbers listed by county.
More Confidential, Free, available 24/7 Resources:
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255); call to be connected to a skilled, trained counselor in your area
- 988 has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. When people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary. Veterans will also be connected to Veterans Crisis support.
- MN Crisis Line: Call **CRISIS (**274747) to talk to a team of professionals who can help
- Crisis Text Line: Text "MN" to 741741, offers services across MN to help those who are having a mental health crisis or contemplating suicide
- The Steve Fund: Text "STEVE" to 741741 to access a counselor of color/culturally-trained Crisis Text Line counselor
- Minnesota Warmline: Call 651-288-0400 or 877-404-3190 or Text “Support” to 85511 or Chat on website for safe support and connection to a Certified Peer Specialist
- I’m Alive: Live online crisis chat using instant messaging to respond to people in crisis or contemplating suicide
- The Trevor Project Crisis Line: 866-488-7386 or Text "Start" to 678-678 or Chat on website to get help; for LGBTQ young people up to 24 years old
- MN Day One Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 866-223-1111 or Text 612-399-9995 or Chat on website to get help, be safe, and find resources
- SOS Sexual Violence Services: 651-266-6000; services for victims of sexual violence/rape/sexual abuse, their partners, families, friends and other concerned persons
- National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 800-799-SAFE (7233) or Text "START" to 88788 or Chat on website for care and support
- Veterans Crisis Line: Veterans and their loved ones can call 800-273-8255 and press 1, send a text message to 838255 or Chat on website to receive support