Contact Us

(218) 335-7211 Phone
(218) 335-4560 Fax

LL Tribal Police
(218) 335-8277
IHS Security
(218) 335-3252

Mailing Address
190 Sailstar Drive NW
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Physical Location
HD2 Building
321 1st Street NW
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Crisis Numbers

Cass Cty Crisis Line (800) 462-5525

Beltrami Cty Crisis Line

Hubbard Cty Crisis Line

Itasca County Crisis Line/CRT (218)326-8565 or (800)442-8565

Txt For life Info: (612)852-2206 for texting, teens can text to 839863

Nations Suicide Hotline/Teen suicide lines:  (800)786-2929

Native American Youth Crisis Hotline: 

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Areas Served

Leech Lake Reservation
Beltrami County
Cass County
Hubbard County
Itasca County



Behavioral Health • Eliminating Health Disparities Initiative (EDHI-MDH)

The Leech Lake Behavioral Health Program is integrated into Primary Care Clinics with a mission to assist clients/patients who are experiencing violence and/or intimate partner violence. Our goal is to support resource and assist the client/patient with as many resources needed to help direct their road to wellness. We will strive for the well-being of our clients which includes Primary Healthcare, Behavioral Health Services and community resourcing.

Leech Lake Behavioral Health integrates behavioral health with primary health care for women and adolescent girls who have experienced or are experiencing trauma, alcohol/drug abuse and/or violence in their lives. The program also assists in Suicide prevention. The program will provide assessments, evaluations education and case management. The program will also assist with Behavioral health therapy with community resourcing.

Three main objectives of Behavioral Health:

  1. To provide proactive behavioral health assistance to children, youth, and their families living on the three reservations, urban areas, and in Alaskan Native villages;
  2. To decrease the risk factors that contribute to youth violence, bullying, and suicide;
  3. To increase the protective factors that are linked to the healthy and safe development of American Indian/ Alaskan Native children and their families.

Behavioral Health provides access to a number of activities for American Indian tribes. Some of those activities are: grief and loss issues, relationships, stress, anxiety, and depression. Historical and generational trauma, living with chronic diseases, Domestic Violence, communications skills, support for lifestyle changes, bullying, well-briety, suicide, leadership skills, and self-esteem building.

Talking Circles

Eligibility Requirements

  • Domestic Violence victims
  • Suicide survivors or Survivors of Suicide victims

Walk-ins are welcome. Call for more information.


Bullying: or or 1-800-786-2929.

Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide

Youth Suicide Prevention Program

Suicide Prevention Resource Center

Sacred Hoop/Violence Against Native Women