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Wednesday Wellness Video Series

Our community continues to navigate unprecedented changes during these dynamic times. As we work together to adjust and adapt, it is important to focus on our personal and community wellness. Resiliency is paramount and collaboration is critical. Each week we will be sending out tips and strategies to  our students, staff, and families to help support wellness. We are truly in this together!


Wellness Tips for the Week: Reminders!

 

Finding balance and creating routines are important factors when adjusting to working and learning in a home environment.  View our Wednesday Wellness videos below or here: https://www.ghschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1693244&type=d&pREC_ID=1905357

 

Ongoing Support from Our Student Services Team

 

Our district Student Services team is committed to supporting the needs of our students.  Our team continues to collaborate and explore the best ways to continue individual and group meetings using a virtual format. Throughout this time we are checking email messages and are trying to respond to students and families within 24 hours. Additionally, the Student Services team has met virtually and, like many departments, are working to provide and deliver the most important and relevant information to students and their families. We continue to update our website COVID-19 Updates & Resources page with information and resources at https://www.ghschools.org/apps/pages/covid19

Contact Information   

Bryan Stork - High School Counselor bryan.stork@ghschools.org

Abby Mally - Middle School Counselor abby.mally@ghschools.org

Stephanie Doran - Elementary Counselor stephanie.doran@ghschools.org

Amber Nickels - District Mental Health Specialist amber.nickels@ghschools.org

Tory Trimble - Syntero School Based Clinician ttrimble@syntero.org 


Hotlines and Support Services

If you have a concern about the safety of a young person, please seek immediate help using the hotline numbers below, contacting local authorities, or by alerting their parents or guardian directly. This is especially important when school is not in session.  

 

NATIONWIDE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 24 HOUR CRISIS LINE 

FOR CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE 17

 

Mental Health and substance abuse services for Franklin County, Ohio.  Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

614-722-1800

 

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

 

24-HOUR CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE

614-229-7000

 

24-HOUR MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE CRISIS INTERVENTION IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 614-276-CARE (2273) 

 

Thank you again for all that you are doing to take care of yourselves and each other.