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Mental Wellness & Crisis Resources

As a school community we can offer hope, help, and strength.


You Are Not Alone

Life can feel overwhelming and sometimes people seek an escape from the pain. It's important to know that there is hope, even when it seems impossible in the moment.

Talking openly about thoughts of suicide does not increase the risk of suicide. Having compassionate conversations about these feelings provides the opportunity for connection and support. 

If you are in pain and considering suicide, there is help. Contact the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by calling 988. 
If you or someone you are supporting is in imminent danger or a life-threatening situation, please contact 911

May is Mental Health Month

May We Be Well: Fostering Mental Health in a World of Continuous Change

As the world changes, so does our need for effective mental health strategies. This Mental Health Month we embrace "Where to Start," a theme from Mental Health America designed to help us navigate life’s uncertainties with resilience. Our aim is to provide tools and support to enhance well-being amidst these shifts. Join us in building a supportive community that empowers each of us in our mental health journey.

Where to Start - Mental Health Month


Help is Available

If you or someone you care about is considering suicide, please know that help is available. Please reach out.

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Student Safety

Confidential help is available for those who have experienced and an unsafe relationship, harassment, or assault.

Find help on the Student Safety page

Care Solace It's ok to ask for help

Help for Staff, Students & Families

Complimentary and confidential mental health and substance abuse services available 24/7/365 in any language.

Learn how to access Care Solace