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Health Resources

Health is essential to your success as a student.

You don't need to navigate this alone. Anoka-Ramsey Community College Counselors are available to meet with students who need assistance with mental health or basic needs issues.

Make an appointment with ARCC Counselors

Find resources for:

General Health
Sexual Health
Violence Victim Support

View mental health and substance abuse support resources

General Health Resources


Anoka County Child and Teen Checkups


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Health Insurance

Graduating from college? Congrats! Remember to look at your health insurance options so you are covered. If graduating means losing your health insurance, you may qualify for a special enrollment period.

You can stay on a parent's plan if you are younger than 26, or you can enroll through MNsure on your own.


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Health Resources Directory for Diverse Cultural Communities

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Neighborhood Health Source

Offering a full range of primary healthcare services for patients of all ages. All services are available on an income-based sliding fee scale for patients who don’t have insurance or are under-insured.


Learn more online or call 612-588-9411.

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Sexual Health Resources

Nucleus Clinic 

Staffed by board certified nurse practitioners, Nucleus clinic provides comprehensive wellness, reproductive, and sexual health services for our community with an emphasis on truly caring for the individual.


Learn more online or call 763-755-5300.

Planned Parenthood, Brooklyn Park

Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.


Learn more online or call 763-560-3050.

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Violence Victim Support Resources

Alexandra House

Alexandra House provides domestic, sexual, and relationship violence services to women, men, youth and families. All services are free-of-charge and include 24-hour emergency shelter, legal advocacy, support groups, housing and supportive services, youth intervention and prevention services, elder abuse services, community education and professional training, and more.


Learn more online or call 763-780-2330.

DayOne Emergency Shelter and Crisis Line

No matter how hard your current situation is, there are choices that are right for you. At Day One, we provide free, confidential services that inform you of all the options so you can decide what to do. When you’re ready, we can help you get help.


Learn more online or call 1-800-223-1111 or text: 612-399-9995.

Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Crisis Center

Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Crisis Center provides free and confidential services to all survivors/victims and concerned persons of sexual violence.


Learn more online or call 320-251-4357 or 1-800-237-5090.

Family Pathways

Family Pathways’ support services provides healthy food access, domestic and sexual violence prevention and victim services, supervised visitation, and services for older adults and caregivers.

Over the past four decades, we’ve adapted to the needs of the communities we serve in the City of Forest Lake; Carlton, Chisago, Isanti, Kanabec, Mille Lacs, and Pine Counties in Minnesota and Polk County in Wisconsin.


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Isanti County Victim Services-Cambridge

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Pearl Crisis Center

Pearl Crisis Center will provide support to victims of domestic and sexual violence through direct services, prevention, and community awareness. Known as a safe and affirming place for victims/survivors of violence so that they may heal and grow to the benefit of a peaceful community.


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Rivers of Hope

Free and confidential 24-hour crisis services.


Learn more online or call 763-295-3433.

1 in 6

1 in 6 provides help and support to men who have experienced sexual abuse or assault. 

Learn more online 

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