Counseling & Mental Health
Building a strong sense of belonging is an important thing we can do to create a safe school environment. Everyone is valued, respected, supported, included and personally accepted in this environment.
When schools create a sense of belonging where students find a place they are nurtured and cared for, then the school and wider community will be a safer place to go to learn and to live.
We have staff members that support our students, do risk assessments, and have conversations regularly about student safety.
Mental Health Specialists
One-to-one and small group counseling with some of our most at-risk students.
Mental Health Liaisons
One-to-one and small group counseling with students who struggled with attendance and engagement. Mental Health Liaisons also complete home visits and link families with resources to assist the student at the systems level.
Universal support available to all students.
Safe School Helpline
1-800-418-6423 ext. 359
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Make a Report Online
Use the Safe School Helpline to report threats of violence, suicide, bullying and illegal activity that could harm students in our schools.
YOUR CALL IS PRIVATE, CONFIDENTIAL, AND ANONYMOUS.
More Information About Safe School Helpline
Resources for Students and Families
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Franklin County Youth Crisis Line
Managed by Nationwide Children's Hospital
Provides information and support to LGBTQ
young people 24/7, all year round.
AGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Northwest Community Healthcare
Concord Counseling Services