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Mental Health Initiatives

The Mental Health Initiative began in 2019 with funding from the School Climate Transformation Grant.  The initiative provides students and families access to licensed mental health care professionals. Elementary and middle school students, their parents, and family members have the ability to receive these services at no cost 

The goal of the program is to provide Mental Health Services to students and families as an extension of the school support services. 

No insurance is necessary to take advantage of these services 

If interested, please contact your child’s School Counselor or fill out a School Counseling Referral Form

May 2023 is Mental Health Awareness Month


Mental Health Awareness Month was established in 1949 to increase awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness in Americans' lives.  Mental health is essential for a person's overall health.

While 1 in 5 people will experience mental illness over the course of their lifetimes, everyone will face challenges that can and will affect their mental health.  We encourage you to explore the resources in the "Mental Health Awareness Month Information" attachment.

GET YOUR GREEN ON MAY 18 Green symbolizes the continual awareness of mental health to help fight the stigma that is often associated with it.  On May 18, let's wear green to show colleagues, students, loved ones, or simply those you walk past that you care about their mental health.

For a list of helpful mental health resources, please view this document: