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 automatically enter the meeting ID. When prompted, press #.
If this doesn’t work, try the first one-tap mobile link below. If that doesn’t work, move to the next link. Or, skip to Landline instructions lower on this page.
One-tap mobile 19292056099
One-tap mobile 13017158592
One-tap mobile 13462487799
One-tap mobile 16699006833
One-tap mobile 12532158782
IF YOU ARE ON A COMPUTER, TABLET OR SMARTPHONE, CLICK ON THE BUTTON BELOW:
Or paste this link into your browser: https://zoom.us/j/458270804
IF YOU ARE ON A LANDLINE OR MOBILE PHONE
Call one of these numbers. If you get a busy signal, go to the next:
+1 929 205 6099
+1 312 626 6799
+1 301 715 8592
+1 346 248 7799
+1 669 900 6833
+1 253 215 8782
(These are not toll-free numbers.)
When prompted, enter this Meeting ID: 458-270-
SERVICES TO SPANISH AND HMONG SPEAKERS
Services to Spanish and Hmong speakers remains the same. The client can simply call our main number (612-870-0565), dial extension 2 (Spanish) or 3 (Hmong), and leave a message with the call-back phone number.
The counseling clinics are open at the following times:
Monday 1-3 PM and 5-8:30 PM
Tuesday 6-8:30 PM
Wednesday 1-3 PM and 5-8:30 PM
Thursday 6:30-8:30 PM
Friday 1-3 PM
COUNSELING BY APPOINTMENT
If you have an upcoming appointment with a counselor, leave a voice mail for your counselor (call 612-870-0565) to find out how your appointment will be conducted now that in-person meetings are not possible.
During this challenging time of COVID-19, here is a brief statement about Walk-In’s philosophy and practice:
- Walk-In provides an essential service in this community, and we will continue to run counseling clinics as long as we have volunteers to staff them.
- We are sure there will be bugs in this system and appreciate your patience as we try to work them out.
- It is important for us also to keep in perspective the purpose of the disruptive changes happening around us, and not to respond with panic. At Walk-In we have been practicing social distancing and encourage everyone to do so. Collectively we can slow the spread of the virus and prevent hospital and health clinics from being overwhelmed.
- This is, in fact, one of our primary roles here at Walk-In . . . counseling that helps prevent emotional and mental health issues from escalating and resulting in ER visits.
- We are all in this together – social distancing is not just to protect ourselves, but also to protect our most physically vulnerable neighbors.