RESOURCES & SUPPORT
Every number you’ll need.
It can be tough to know how to begin or where to go to ask for help. Use these resources to find medical, local and online tools to support your teen. Explore your options below to choose the next steps in helping your teen.
911 | Request a CIT officer
If your child is currently experiencing a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911 and request to have a CIT officer deployed.
A Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) police officer is specially trained to react appropriately to situations involving mental health and illnesses.
National Hotline | 800.273.8255
If you’re in a crisis and having suicidal thoughts call this national hotline 24/7.
Chat Now | Online Crisis Chat
Lifeline Crisis Chat is a service of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This free service can provide online emotional support, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention services. Connect with chat specialist 24/7 from your computer.
Text HelpNow to 20121
The text-for-help service connects you with a trained mental health responder quickly and easily from your phone.
School Counselors | Names & Phone Numbers
The idea of talking to someone about your thoughts and feelings can seem overwhelming. However, the therapists and life skills specialists at your school can understand what your are feeling and help you feel better.
|School Name & Phone Number||Therapist / Life Skills Specialist|
|Lantrianne Worden / Courtney Crockett|
|Jessica Laumann / Tom Jones|
|Alexandria Petry / Jillian Schleicher|
|Jessica Tomlinson / Jillian Schleicher|
|Grace Liegibel / Alyson McCarthy|
|Rachel Wedemire / Joileen Brewer|
|PLA @ IPS #103|
|Meaghan Rhoades / Ka'Meshia McGee / Samuel Richardson|
|Celeste Hedgespeth / Elizabeth Long|
|John Marshall Community High School|
|Tonyica Boykin / Lamar Sykes|
|Broad Ripple High School|
|Shortridge High School|
|McFarland Middle School|
|Positive Support Academy||Katie Wolven|
|Arlington High School||Abby Schmutte|
Public Transportation Help | 800.743.3333
Call 800.743.3333 or visit www.indygo.net to find answers about bus ticket pricing, trip advice, routes, delays and more.
Community Health Network Behavioral Health Treatment Services | 800.662.3445
Community Health Network’s youth services offer individual, family or group therapy in outpatient, partial, intensive-outpatient, and inpatient clinics as well as within the home and community. There are many locations that cover the greater Indianapolis area. Explore your options below to choose the next steps in helping your teen.
The Behavioral Health Pavilion is a full-service inpatient behavioral health hospital. This level of care is for anyone who needs intensive supervision and treatment in dealing with a crisis or an exacerbation of mental illness symptoms.
Partial or Intensive-Outpatient Services
As an alternative or follow-up to inpatient services, partial hospitalization provides daily therapy throughout the week in a group format. Partial hospitalization may allow children to work through issues while remaining in their normal environment of home, school, neighborhood and peer groups.
Teens are seen in individual, group or family therapy for issues including depression, anxiety, stress and anger management, substance abuse, attention deficit hyperactive disorder or medication evaluation and management.
Youth Grief and Bereavement Services (Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township)
Community Healing Hearts offers services focused on supporting youth in telling their story, expressing feelings, using coping skills and addressing unfinished business. All Community Healing Hearts services are free of charge and open to the public in the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township.
HELPING YOUR CHILD