Mental Health and Well-being

Mental health and well‐being refers to the interconnection between mental illness, mental health, mental well‐being, and the associated stigma. Poor mental health is associated with poor quality of life, higher rates of chronic disease, and a shorter lifespan. 

Beyond Resilience 2020 Partner Project Funding 

Washington County Public Health & Environment will partner with organizations within the community to create a multi-component and multi-sector network to support the mental well-being of those who live, work, and play in Washington County. Individual applicants can apply for up to $10,000.  

The partner project application will be open Dec. 30, 2019 – Jan. 31, 2020. 


  1. What to do in a crisis
  2. Resources
Washington County Crisis Response Unit provides 24/7/365 mobile crisis mental health services for adults and children experiencing a crisis. Mobile crisis interventions are face-to-face, short-term, intensive mental health services.

​Phone: 651-275-7400
​Email: crisisresponse@co.washington.mn.us 

See Community Services' Crisis Response web page for more information.