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Sometimes, students experience issues that can interfere with their academic and personal success.
Our School Counselor (or School Social Worker) is available to help students with such issues.

Resources for Students and Families

List of Community Resources 2024  

Office Of Mental Health (OMH)  The program directory allows users to search for mental health programs by county, program category or subcategory and view program details including program name, address, and phone number.  It also has information on both Crisis Prevention and Behavioral Health.


URMC/Noyes Mental Health & Wellness Noyes's mental health professionals collaborate with patients, their families, and the community to support wellness and recovery, and to make a profound difference in the lives of area residents-those struggling with life's everyday challenges, as well as those with severe and persistent mental illness.  They offer individual, group, and family therapy for adults, children, and families in a friendly and open atmosphere. 


National Suicide Prevention LIFELINE  The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (call 988) provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 


National Association of School Psychologists The NASP has a variety of resources available for families.  


American Psychological Association An excellent resource with links to information on a variety of psychological topics including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, death and dying, anger, and stress.  


World Suicide Prevention Day