Due to the COVID-19 virus, all walk-in clinics are phone-in or log-in only. Clinic hours are unchanged. To access counseling during clinic hours, follow the instructions on this page. (For a printable version of this information, click here.) IF YOU ARE ON A MOBILE PHONE, CLICK ON THE ONE-TAP MOBILE BUTTON BELOW: Your phone will… continue reading
Walk-In is seeking volunteer counselors and team consultants to join our clinic teams! For 50 years, our professional volunteers have provided free mental health counseling for everyone who walks through our doors. The Walk-In experience is: “Incredibly rewarding… in a way that really matters… I can focus on people, not paperwork… It’s an honor to… continue reading
On Saturday, October 12, Walk-In held our biggest party ever to celebrate our 50th year of serving the community! Nearly 400 people attended the event, which featured a silent auction, historical exhibits, a sit-down dinner, and a program featuring moving stories from supporters of Walk-In. To view photos from the celebration, click here . …. continue reading
For 50 years...
We have helped thousands of people--individuals, couples and families--stabilize and resolve emotional issues by providing free, anonymous counseling. We are open to all comers every weekday during clinic hours in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. In addition, our training and consultation to helping professionals and organizations has improved the quality of mental health services in the community.
Walk-In Friend Is a Pioneer in Poetry TherapyJune 23, 2020
This article about Walk-In friend Geri Chavis appeared in the Star Tribune Inspired section, 6/20/2020 When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Geri Chavis knew what would help soothe her soul and those of the people she loves: Poems. Chavis, professor emerita at St. Catherine University, is past president of the National Association for Poetry Therapy, which… continue reading
Our Mission Amid Trauma: To Offer HealingJune 4, 2020
June 4, 2020 — Walk-In’s home at 24th Street and Chicago Avenue still stands just as it did 51 years ago, when we opened to be an oasis for every person who came through our door. 1969 was a tumultuous time, a bit like now. The horrific killing of George Floyd happened in our neighborhood…. continue reading