** Employment Opportunities **

Region 4 South Adult Mental Health Consortium a leading provider for the past 20 years in assisting and helping people avoid crisis and get connected to appropriate mental health services has the following positions open:

Mobile Crisis Team MH Practitioner On call Staff (Weekdays 8am-4pm)

This on call position will be a part of the adult and children’s mobile crisis team providing crisis services to consumers who reside in Douglas, Grant, Stevens, Pope and Traverse Counties. Strong communication skills, flexibility and ability to work independently required.   This position is for flexible on call shifts of $5-10/hour on call hours and Response hours at $24-30 hour. A valid driver’s license, vehicle and cell phone required. All applicants must be meet Adult Mental Health Practitioner (M.S. 245.462, Sub 17 21) status.

To submit a resume or for additional information contact Sarah Richter by email:  sarah.richter@r4south.org  or call  320-335-5100. Open until filled. EEO

Substance Abuse Specialist

This position will be a part of a multidisciplinary Assertive Community Team (ACT) that provides direct integrated chemical and mental health services for adult consumers who have SMPI and reside in Douglas, Grant, Pope, Stevens and Traverse Counties. Strong clinical skills, flexibility and communication skills are desired. All applicants must meet Adult Mental Health Practitioner (M.S. 245.462, Sub 17 21), preference will be given to those with an LADC. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and have experience working with mental health/substance abuse consumers. Knowledge about harm reduction, motivational interviewing treatment modalities and substance abuse required. Salary range of $22.97 to $32.12 plus benefits. Based out of Alexandria, MN office. Open until filled. EEO

To download the detailed position description, CLICK HERE To submit a resume or for additional information contact Kesha Anderson, Administrator at kesha.anderson@r4south.org, 320-335-5100. Open until filled.






Services for adults and children in the community or emergency rooms 24/7. Zoom capability if preferred. 

Warmlines MN

Peer Support Warmlines: Peer-to-peer telephone support that’s safe & supportive.

  • Call 651-288-0400 or Call or Text 1-844-739-6369 ~ Open 5pm – 9am
  • Text “support” to 85511  ~ Open Monday through Saturday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. mentalhealthmn.org

Crisis Text Line

  • Text “MN” to 741 741 ~ Free texting support for people in MN experiencing a mental health crisis. Watch the video.



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12th Annual Day at Home Event


More than 90 people gathered at the Broadway Ballroom Event Center in Alexandria on October 13th, 2023 to discuss issues surrounding mental health services in Minnesota and in the five-county region of Douglas, Grant, Pope, Stevens, and Traverse. Included in the discussion were four Minnesota state legislators. They spent the morning discussing the issues with attendees and listening to the personal stories of individuals whose lives have been affected, in some way, by mental illness.

The “12th Annual Day at Home in Region 4” event was sponsored by the Region 4 South Adult Mental Health Consortium. The annual gathering is designed to bring legislators and constituents together to engage in constructive dialogue on mental health issues, while putting a personal face on mental illness in the region. The event also provides a forum to educate participants on how to effectively interact with their legislators. To see video from the event CLICK HERE. To read media coverage of the day, CLICK HERE.

We’re Here to Help~ Welcome from Region 4 South Conversations, An Adult Mental Health Consortium.

Our Adult Mental Health Consortium represents five counties in west central Minnesota: Douglas, Grant, Pope, Stevens, and Traverse. Legislated stakeholders from each county meet on a monthly basis in a process appropriately named CONVERSATIONS. This group is composed of consumers, family members, county staff, vendors, and State Operated Services. Region 4 South assists and helps people avoid crisis and find appropriate services in conjunction with our goals and objectives. Our organization works to implement systemic change in the delivery of community-based mental health services for adults who have a serious and persistent mental illness.