Mental Health Resources

Prioritizing mental health care is crucial as it not only nurtures our overall well-being but also builds resilience, empowering us to overcome life’s adversities with strength.

If you are experiencing a crisis

Please call 715-395-2259 (WI) or 844-772-4724 (MN) or call/text 988.

Symptoms to Look Out For

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms please contact a mental health professional or crisis line right away.

Local Resources

Mental health care is a critical component of resilience, as it equips individuals with the tools to cope with adversity and bounce back from hardships. By investing in mental health care, individuals can foster emotional strength, enhance problem-solving skills, and cultivate positive coping mechanisms, all of which contribute to building resilience in the face of life’s challenges.

Resourceful is a community resource guide to help you find free and reduced-cost services in your area. 


The Human Development Center (HDC) provides mental health and addiction services to people of all ages across the Northland.

24-hour mental health resources are available for children and adults. Let’s Talk also provides a mobile crisis team.

LiveWell! Northern WI is a holistic mental health project created to support those who are in Douglas County.

Coping with Disaster

In the face of disaster, it’s not just our physical world that is shaken, but also our emotional landscape. The trauma of such events can be overwhelming, leaving us feeling lost and alone. It’s in these moments of crisis that we must remember – we are not alone. We are part of a community, a collective force that stands together, ready to support, ready to heal. Reach out, connect, and utilize the resources available to you. Remember, coping after a disaster is a journey, one that we navigate together.

5 Domains of Health

The five domains of health – physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual – are all integral to a person’s overall wellbeing and quality of life.

This domain focuses on the wellbeing of the body. It involves regular exercise, a balanced diet, adequate sleep, and routine check-ups to prevent or manage diseases. Good physical health also means abstaining from harmful habits like smoking or excessive drinking. Maintaining physical health allows individuals to perform daily activities without undue fatigue and is fundamental to overall wellbeing.

Mental health refers to our psychological and emotional wellbeing. It’s about how we think, feel, and behave in daily life. Good mental health involves the ability to manage stress, bounce back from adversity, and maintain healthy relationships. Regular therapy, mindfulness practices, and maintaining a positive outlook can help nurture mental health.

Social health involves our ability to interact and form meaningful relationships with others. It’s about understanding and respecting others’ needs and boundaries, as well as expressing our own. Active participation in social activities, maintaining healthy relationships, and effective communication are key aspects of good social health.

Emotional health is closely linked with mental health and refers to our ability to understand and manage our emotions. Emotional health allows us to handle life’s ups and downs, build strong relationships, and maintain a positive self-image. It involves awareness of our emotional state and coping mechanisms, including seeking professional help when needed.

Spiritual health is often associated with a sense of purpose and meaning in life. This can be connected to religious faith, but it can also come from personal beliefs, values, and ethics. It’s about feeling a connection to something larger than ourselves, which can provide comfort and guidance in times of stress. Practices like meditation, prayer, and spending time in nature can nurture spiritual health.