Director of Student Services Kip Ward highlights hiring of social worker.
Through grants and other specialized funding, schools have worked to provide additional counselors, social workers and mental health therapists to address growing need.
Chamberlain's Youth Services featured in campaign.
At 21 years old, Alimah is currently trekking her way through school and doing a good job managing the challenges life throws us all.
Services are offered to everyone in the county, regardless of insurance coverage.
Case managers holding remote one-on-one and group sessions with clients.
Therapists share tools and strategies for coping with shelter-in-place.
Zoom webinars to give tips on reducing stress and other mental health issues.
Funds raised from a 2019 food and wine tasting.
Aside from providing a place to hang out with friends, the drop-in center offers workshops, case managers and homework tutors.
The holiday season can add extra stress. County Behavioral Health offers some tips on how to handle it.
The goal is to support schools by training professionals that work with youth.
Services such as social and emotional support, school performance focus, and coping skills are offered to county residents through a variety of groups, activities, and case management.
Seasonal depression can be seen as a harmless result of the time changes. However, in some cases it can lead to clinical diagnosis of Seasonal Affective Disorder that demands it be taken seriously.
PATHS program provides an array of services to children and youth that aim to support enhanced social/emotional development, improve social skills, school performance, and provide linkage to mental health and substance use disorder services.