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                                              Social/Emotional Support

School counselors support students in managing emotions and learning and applying interpersonal skills to be successful in school. School counselors cannot provide in depth mental health therapy, counseling or provide a diagnoses. Below is a list of outside resources that provide mental health counseling/therapy.  Contact these agencies at your own discretion. 



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The Alabama Counseling Association - Counselor Locator Service
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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources. 1800-273-8255


Oasis Counseling for Woman & Children
www.oasiscounseling.org
Helping women and children overcome life's difficulties, heal and grow by providing affordable mental health counseling.


The Amelia Center
www.childrensal.org/amelia-center

Helping grieving children, parents and families.

A Center for Eating Disorders - ACED
http://www.acenterforeatingdisorders.com/

Covenant Counseling and Education Center
www.covenantcounsel.com
Offering counseling to individuals, families and children/adolescents.

 


                                       





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