Mental Wellness Resources & Information


  • EMOTIONAL/MENTAL HEALTH

    - Keep in touch with your school counselor regarding any life issues for which you need support. Reaching out for help is a sign of STRENGTH.

    Taking care of yourself means being emotionally healthy too. Talking to your school counselor is a great way to keep yourself from getting overwhelmed by the demands in your life. School counselors have resources to help you. Sometimes, students need to see a therapist for additional mental health support. When they do, therapists can meet with them at school, at home or in offices. School counselors work with school staff to maintain confidentiality when students meet with therapists at school.

     

    Paulding County School District staff are trained in suicide prevention. If you are having suicidal thoughts or are worried about a friend, tell a trusted adult or contact a crisis line. 

    Crisis Numbers

    Free, Confidential, 24 Hours/Day, 7 Days/Week

    Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741

    Georgia Crisis Line: Call 1-800-715-4225

     

     
     

     

    MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION AND RESOURCES:

    Click here for the District Mental Health Resource Options list.

    The information below provides students, parents/guardians, friends, teachers, administrators, and all other stakeholders with informaton about these topics: Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorder, Sexual Abuse, Substance Use, and Suicide. Read more by clicking on the topic of choice. Link and Help Line information are also provided. Always remember that school counselors support every student with needed resources and discuss any needs with the student’s parent/guardian. 

      Anxiety
     
     Depression
     
     Eating Disorder
     
    Sexual Abuse
     
     Substance Use
     
     Suicide
     
     

    Digital Citizenship

    Being a good digitial citizen means to demonstrate and practice safe, responsible and legal use of technology. A good digital citizen is someone who understands the rights and responsibilities that come with being online and someone who uses technology in a positve way. A good digital citizen always uses and spreads “good stuff”! Respect, Connect, and Protect are the three main categories of Digital Citizenship. Click in the middle of the icon below to go to more information and resources.

    Digital Citizenship

    Grief and Loss Resources

    Students and family members of students experience grief and loss issues when there is a loss of a close family member or friend. Click on the heart below to get information regarding resources for Grief and Loss.

    Grief and Loss

     

     

    Paulding Family Connection Resource Handbook

    Click on PFC below and the directory will be available to you. 

    paulding family connection logo

  • “13 Reasons Why” Season 1 Resources

  • “13 Reasons Why” Season 2 Resources

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