All Senior Center programming has been cancelled until further notice. Please note the Community Center and Library are closed until further notice.
Help is always available – quick list
Emergency Contacts
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) free 24-hour help
  • National Suicide Crisis: 1-800-784-2433 (24 hour line)
  • South Central Mobile Crisis Line: 1-877-399-3040 (24 hour line)
  • 24 Hour Adult Mental Health Crisis Line: 1-800-233-9929
  • United Way First Call for Help: 1-800-543-7709
  • Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741-741
Community Counseling Services (this should not be used as an exhaustive list, but as a guide of where to start)
  • Counseling Services of Southern Minnesota – 507-934-8040
  • Sioux Trails Mental Health Center – 507-934-2652
  • St. Peter Counseling Center – 507-484-2400
  • St. Peter Psychology Clinic – 507-721-1227
  • Nicollet County Human Services – 507-934-6800
  • LeSueur County Human Services – 507-357-8228
  • Mayo Clinic Health System – 507-931-2110
  • Mankato Clinic, Daniels Health Center- 507-934-2325
  • Open Door Health Center – 507-388-2120 (Mankato)
Library Curbside Pickup
Library Curbside Pickup Now Available!
  • Patron must have current library card in good standing
  • No periodicals, oversize or special materials.
  • Items requested must be available at Saint Peter Public Library only. Use the TDS catalog to verify materials are available at SPPL. Limited to 5 items, 3 DVDs maximum per card.
  • Patron must place holds in the library catalog, or request materials by email to [email protected].
  • Items will be available for curbside pickup on Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. See info on how to pick up items below.
  • Staff will work to complete orders as requested and will use discretion to fulfill request with alternate titles.
  • Books must be returned to book drop by the due date or renewed.
  • This service is a new attempt to assist patrons. Please be flexible.
  • This service may be cancelled or modified at any time.
Curbside Pickup for Holds
Senior LinkAge Line Information
Call the Senior LinkAge Line – Available at 1-800-333-2433
The Senior LinkAge Line will continue to be a resource for older adults and their families to call during this emergency situation. The Senior LinkAge Line can help people find resources and make connections with alternative services if someone’s provider or support network has changed or temporarily stopped providing services.
The Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA), Minnesota’s Area Agencies on Aging and the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) are working closely together to share information and ensure that all parts of the state have the resources they need to support older Minnesotans and caregivers.
Help for Older Adults
If you are on Elderly Waiver, Alternative Care or Essential Community Supports, contact your case manager/care coordinator to discuss your needs.
If you are not on one of these programs, call the Senior LinkAge Line at 1-800-333-2433 for help finding resources in your community including:
  • Home-delivered meals
  • Grocery or prescription drug delivery
  • Help in your home
  • Transportation
  • Caregiver consultants and respite services
Keep exercising at home! Try these free videos by the National Institute on Aging
Drop Some Love at the Library Book Drop!
The elderly living at our local assisted living facilities are isolated. Please reach out to them by writing a card or note, sharing a magazine clipping or a funny story.
Deliver through the Book Drop at the Saint Peter Public Library and City Staff will mail items to patrons living at assisted living facilities.