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At RECLAIM, we work to provide financially and culturally accessible care to queer and trans youth and their families, as well as continue to train practitioners and partner in community to create systems of change at the intersection of gender and racial justice. Learn more and get involved.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our therapists are working remotely and our office is closed. If you are a client seeking to contact your provider, their contact information is available on our staff page.

Dear RECLAIM Community,

The last year has not brought a reprieve from the pain and anger following George Floyd’s murder last summer, and we are all experiencing a new wave of grief with the murders of Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo by law enforcement. Our community and our country anxiously awaits the verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial while we continue to experience the injustices of white supremacy, racial violence, attacks on our AAPI siblings, anti-trans legislation, and trans violence. We are so very tired, and we know you are, too.

And yet, in the midst of these feelings of powerlessness, anger, and sadness, there are still opportunities to support one another, show up for each other, and channel those feelings into action. As we did last summer following the murder of George Floyd, we’re sharing resources for you so that you can engage and act in the way that feels appropriate and right for you and your circumstances.

Please take care of you and yours, and stay safe and healthy.

With deep care and in solidarity with our RECLAIM community,
The Board and Staff of RECLAIM

Resources and information to engage and take care of community & yourself

To inquire about our services, please fill out an appointment request form or call us at 612-235-6743.

For queer and trans specific crisis phone support:
Trans Lifeline - 877-565-8860
The Trevor Project - 866-488-7386

Ramsey County Crisis:
Children's Mental Health Crisis line (if under 18) - 651-266-7878
Adult Mental Health Crisis line (if over 18) - 651-266-7900

Hennepin County Crisis:
Children's Mental Health Crisis Line (if under 18) - 612-348-2233
COPE (Adult Mental Health Crisis line, for over 18) - 612-596-1223

Additionally from anywhere in the state you can text the Minnesota Crisis Text Line - send “MN” to 741741.

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At RECLAIM, we increase access to mental health support so that queer and trans youth may be free from oppression in all of its forms. We provide financially and culturally accessible care to queer and trans youth and their families, develop practitioners, and partner in community through training and education at the intersection of gender and racial justice. 


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