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Social/Emotional Support


                                          Social/Emotional Support

School counselors help students to manage emotions and learn and apply interpersonal skills. Below is a list of outside resources that may offer additional support outside of school.  Please note that these are listed as resources only and is not a personal recommendation.  Visit and or contact these agencies at your own discretion. 



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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. 

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.

Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services - Outpatient Programs
http://www.hillcrestbhs.com/programs/outpatient-programs/
Hill Crest Associates provides outpatient mental health services designed to meet the needs of individuals, couples, and families within the community. 

 


                                       





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