Personal Responsive Services Prevention, Intervention & Support Resources
The main focus for School Counselors is brief academic, social and emotional support for the school environment. School Counselors are often the first step when students are experiencing difficulty in any area of their life and we are well linked with many resources to support students and families for the longer term. If regular therapy is needed, we can help students/families get in touch with therapy resources and help manage academic load while students work through the personal issues. This section is designed to provide you access to available resources at any time. However, face to face connections and building relationships within our community is vitally important to personal development. . . as a student, teacher, parent, human!
See subject headings below for some of the things we can help with. . .
Individual Therapy/Counseling - list at the bottom of this page
At the Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools, we believe that healthy children of all ages make better students. When they feel good, they can better focus on learning.
RAHS Mission To provide school-based health programs and clinical services that improve the well-being of students, their families and communities.
RAHSVision Youth will receive high quality physical, emotional, and preventive healthcare: in an easily accessible, supportive and youth-friendly environment, employing professional staff who are responsive to the needs of a diverse population in Washtenaw County
Ozone House is the "IT" place for youth ages 10-20 and their families to access help for a variety of issues! Ozone House is a community-based, nonprofit agency that helps young people lead safe, healthy, and productive lives through intensive intervention and prevention services. Since 1969, Ozone House has actively developed unique, high-quality housing and support programs and services that provide support, intervention, training, and assistance to runaway, homeless, and high-risk youth and their families. Through these support services, we help youth develop essential life skills, improve their relationships, and enhance their self-image so that they may realize their full potential for growth and happiness.
Call the O3 Crisis line (734) 662-2222. Trained volunteers are available to talk any day, any time (24/7/365)
Washtenaw County Community Mental Health (WCCMH or CMH) has been at the forefront of the Community Mental Health movement since its inception in the 1960’s. On October 1, 2015, Washtenaw County Community Support and Treatment Services (CSTS) became Washtenaw County Community Mental Health.
Our tradition of services to children and families extends back to the Child Guidance movement of the 1940’s. Throughout our history we have remained committed to excellence in services. In today’s world of changing political and financial landscapes, we hold true to our vision of providing services that lead to meaningful lives for those we serve.
We provide mental health services to adults with a severe and persistent mental illness, children with a severe emotional disturbance, and individuals with a developmental disability, residing in the county. Service information and crisis services and supports are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays. To Receive Services, call Access at 734-544-3050 or 1-800-440-7548 at any time.
A trained professional will assist you with connecting to services and supports that will best meet your needs and can immediately link individuals to a mobile crisis team for supports and intervention, 24/7. If Washtenaw County Community Mental Health outpatient services appear to be the best fit for starting you on a path to meeting your personal goals, our trained professionals can set up an eligibility determination appointment or connect you to a resource in the community that might better meet your needs. Washtenaw County Community Mental Health is eligibility based and required to prioritize those individuals with Medicaid or those individual’s with any funding source who have urgent or emergent needs.
Website: http://www.ewashtenaw.org/government/departments/community_mental_health/ Phone: 734-544-3050 or 1-800-440-7548
Individual Counseling/Therapy Organizations These are community options that some of our families have found helpful. AAPS and Huron High School can not recommend specific Counselors or individuals working in these organizations. Finding a Therapist that "FITS" your needs is an individual search. Please know these may be fee-based organizations. Some will accept insurance. You may also contact your insurance company for a list of therapists that they cover.