Mental Health Resources
Students face a variety of stressors each day. Maybe your child will never be in need of one of these resources, it is possible a friend might be. Please take a look at some local and national resources to give you more information on common mental health topics your child may face.
If you or someone you know needs immediate help, call 9-1-1.
If your child is in need of help, call the 24 Hour Crisis Hotline at 1-877-422-5939 and Lifepath Systems (Behavioral Health Crisis Services in Collin County) will dispatch their Mobile Crisis Unit to your home for an evaluation. For more information, please visit www.lifepathsystems.org.
- Helping Children Handle Stress
- 12 Tips To Reduce Your Child’s Stress
- Managing Stress in Teens and Adolescents
Substance Use and Abuse
In our district, students/parents have the ability to file an online or offline incident report. Students are informed at the beginning of school, as well as periodically during the school year, how to file a report of bullying.