Signs of Suicide (SOS) Program
Signs of Suicide (SOS) is an interactive, research-based program designed to help students recognize and respond to signs of suicide and self-harms in themselves and their peers. Each Fall semester between October and November, school counselors deliver classroom lessons as part of the SOS program. Because we recognize these lessons can be triggering for some students, we have several additional support staff from around the county present to assist any students in need. Be sure to check our
Psychology Today Find a Therapist Tool
Psychology Today's Find a Therapist tool is an easy-to-use search tool designed to help parents and families locate mental health professionals using search features such as location, insurance, gender, age, and types of therapy.
Children's Mental Health Information Portal
Mental health in childhood means reaching developmental and emotional milestones, and learning healthy social skills and how to cope when there are problems. Explore this information portal developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to learn more about children's mental health issues, topics, and recommendations.