Part of our holistic approach targets students social and emotional development and wellness. We believe that when students are well, they can reach their academic and post-secondary goals and make the most out of their time in the building. The PMHS counseling team is here to support students in this area. Here you will find a variety of resources to ensure that students are thriving!
*these resources are not affiliated with Perry Township schools*
Find resources for mental health and wellness, substance abuse resources, COVID-19 resources, assistance for Hoosiers. Additionally, you will also find videos from professionals with tips and coping skills you can apply to daily life.
IYG creates a safe space to foster community and provides programming that empowers LGBTQ+ youth. Currently there is a virtual platforms where students can join programs to receive different resources and gain a sense of community.
NAMI Greater Indianapolis seeks to improve the lives of persons and families affected by mental illness through education, support and advocacy. Here you will find a variety of mental health resources, including free support groups.
Brookes Place offers grief support for individuals ages 3-29 through free support groups and additional therapeutic services.
This resource provides information, resources, and treatment for people battling addiction and related conditions.
This form includes a list of mental health care resources within the area.
This provides mental health care resources as well as intake procedures, eligibility requirements, and accommodations.
This activity focuses on using the senses to help slow the mind and the body down to bring an overall sense of calm.
This is a simple and quick activity using stillness and breathing techniques to help get you calm and in the moment.
Science of Happiness
Students can access this resource through their canvas page. This class was designed to help students implement happiness techniques to improve their well being and lives.
Part of being well is making sure our basic needs are met. Below you will find resources that can aid you in meeting those needs.
Gleaners School Based-Pantry is located at Southport High School and is open to the public Wednesdays from 11-1, and to students as needed via the School Social Worker.
Via Indy Hunger, Community Compass is a tool to help you locate free meal locations. You can download the “Community Compass” on your smart phone or test for help. Text the word “hi” to 317-434-3758 to find assistance.
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT LINES:
Suicide hotline: 1-800-784-2344
Crisis Call Center: 1-800-273-8255, Text ANSWER to 839863 Crisis text line: text HELLO to 741-741
FREE MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT: https://vallevistahospital.com/ 1-800-447-1348
Valle Vista Behavioral Health: 1-800-447-1348
Adult and Child Mental Health: 877-882-5122
Community North Hospital: 317-621-6262
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES REPORT LINE (CPS): 1-800-800-5556