Mental Health Resources
Click on the links below for more information about important crisis-related topics.
- Helping Children Cope with Loss, Death and Grief
- Talking to Children about Violence - Tips for Parents and Teachers
- Helping Children Cope with Terrorism - Tips for Parents and Teachers
Social-Emotional and Behavioral Health Resources:
- Does My Child Need Help?
If you have concerns about how your child is doing socially, emotionally or behaviorally, then this booklet is for you.
Does My Child Need Help? - Amharic
Does My Child Need Help? - Arabic
Does My Child Need Help? - Chinese
Does My Child Need Help? - Korean
Does My Child Need Help? - Russian
Does My Child Need Help? - Somali
Does My Child Need Help? - Spanish
Does My Child Need Help? - Vietnamese
- Robbie's Hope Adult Handbook: A guide by Teens on how to talk to Teens
Teens say that continuous open dialogue is the best thing parents and trusted adults can do to prevent normal teenage emotions from progressing into suicidal territory (or self-harm of any kind).
- Virtual Calming Room
This Virtual Calming Room is a place for staff, students, and families to find tools to actively manage stress and participate in strategies that support mental well-being.
- Additional Mental Health & Social-Emotional Supports & Resources
Links to websites and other resources to support mental and social-emotional health and wellness.
Last Modified on January 12, 2023