Join us Wednesday, June 17th from 12 – 12:30 pm for our next virtual event, a panel discussion on raising children of color.
As a safety net health and human services provider, Face to Face will continue providing care for our youth in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. We have made adjustments to program delivery for the safety for all.
SafeZone Drop-In Center: Providing food, transportation assistance, and personal hygiene products to go; medical and mental health care continues on-site. We are open from 1 – 6 PM, Monday – Friday.
Medical Clinic Services: Face to Face is here for you during the Coronavirus outbreak! Call to schedule a phone or video medical visit at 651.772.5555. We are not accepting walk-in appointments at this time. If we need to see you in person, we will let you know. We are open from 10 AM – 6 PM Monday – Thursday and 10 AM – 4 PM on Friday. Unfortunately, we cannot test for COVID 19.
Mental Health Services: Mental Health Services are being provided by telehealth. We are now accepting new clients!
Case Management & MNsure Services: Provided by phone & remotely as much as possible.
We support youth. At Face to Face, you can find support in so many ways. You can get screened and treated for STIs, tested for HIV, talk about and get birth control, and see an OB or midwife for prenatal care—as well as general medical care for coughs and scrapes—at low or no cost. If you need more help, our case managers can help you navigate insurance, housing, WIC, and more. You can see a Nurse Practitioner at the Arcade or SafeZone location.
You can see a counselor for a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, relationships, school and work, sexuality and gender identity, past or current abuse, trauma, grief/loss, or anything that’s causing you stress or difficulty. You can see a counselor at the Arcade location, at SafeZone, or in your home through our in-home therapy program.
If you need help meeting your basic needs, we are here for you. At SafeZone, you can eat two hot meals a day, take a shower, and leave with personal care items and clothing. You can meet with a case manager to help you find housing, help with school, and so much more.
No matter how you need help, you can find confidential, nonjudgmental care at Face to Face.
Face to Face is the only organization in Ramsey County providing the array of services that youth need. Over 3,000 youth rely on Face to Face for food, clothing, medical care, counseling, and much more every year. But we need your help to continue and grow our work. We rely on your financial support, and we value your time as volunteers. You matter to our youth.