What is the Crisis Nursery?

The Crisis Nursery serving Wright County is a community-based family support program for families in crisis.

If you feel overwhelmed by parenting, or your family is in an unsafe situation, there is help. The Crisis Nursery serving Wright County offers free, confidential, and non-judgmental support and resources to parents and legal guardians of Wright County.

Call our 24-hour helpline to talk to a trained, caring member of our team. Experienced staff are always available to help you find the resources your family needs.

Our Services
  • 24-hour crisis helpline: 763-271-1681
  • Support, resources, and referrals
  • Short-term, temporary, safe care for your children (0-17 years) day or overnight while you tend to your family‚Äôs needs
  • Parent support groups
  • Mental health services

Feeling Overwhelmed? Need Help?
Call Us: 763-271-1681

As a parent, being in a state of crisis can be anything that affects your ability to care/provide for your child. Below are some reasons why parents and guardians have contacted the Crisis Nursery:

  • Feeling out of control, either physically or emotionally
  • Loss of job
  • New baby
  • Medical emergencies
  • Housing issues
  • Mental health issues, such as depression and chemical dependency
  • Sudden illness or death in the family
  • Family conflicts
  • Simply not knowing how to parent a child
  • Legal issues
  • Financial stress
  • Family dissolution or violence
  • Loss of daycare that could lead to loss of employment