Counseling and Dental Offices are closed on Saturday.
No Appointment Necessary
Counseling and Dental walk-in hours vary; please call for more information.
On-Call Access ⓘ
Mental Health Emergencies
Hennepin County can help people who are in the midst of a mental health crisis.
Adults, 18 and older
Children, ages 17 and younger
Nearest Bus Stops: Metro Transit Bus Routes 2 & 14 (Franklin Ave E & 13th Ave S), Route 5 (Chicago Ave S & Franklin Ave E).
Light Rail: Franklin Ave Station (5 minute walk)
Wellbriety Circle is a culturally appropriate program for Native American people (which includes people from all directions) in recovery, to create the opportunity for individuals to live sober and balanced lives; healthy lives that are balanced emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
- Gain support from women that understand the challenges you are facing.
- Learn to manage your recovery challenges with compassion and understanding through the natural laws, principles, and values based in Native culture and beliefs.
- Feel empowered to live a healthier life.
Every Friday (starting June 2nd 2017) 2pm
This group is for women 18 and up.
Feel free to contact Simone with any questions: 612.843.5919
NACC exists to serve the healthcare needs of all people of the Twin Cities. All are welcome at the clinic. We also have a specific mission to serve the Native American community and our programs are designed around that purpose.
✓ 17,000 patient visits every year
✓ 85% of our patients are Native American
How To Pay
For billing questions, or to inquire about our sliding fee policy, call NACC’s Billing Office at 612-843-5900