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Mental Health Services

For the Ligonier Valley School District, making the greatest long-term impact on mental health challenges means focusing on prevention, professional learning for educators and informational training for parents, guardians, and the community. This holistic approach is an incredibly effective route towards building a whole-community prevention safety net. It’s vitally important to equip every teacher and parent with the knowledge and a toolkit to identify mental health issues, direct learners and families to the proper forums for care, and manage challenging behaviors in the classroom and at home.

To support these goals, the Ligonier Valley School District is offering a range of professional development and training sessions to parents that will help support the entire community during these challenging times. 

Mental Health Mondays Education Series
 
Parents we are pleased to announce that we are offering a series of virtual trainings pertaining to some mental health issues that may help you and your child deal with the day to day pressures caused by the pandemic and other life stressors. 
 
Suicide Prevention
 
The Ligonier Valley School District is committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of its learners and school community.  Policy 819 outlines suicide awareness, prevention, and response measures.  Policies
 
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides support to anyone in crisis. Support is free and confidential, and is available 24/7.
1-800-273-8255
 
The Trevor Project is a national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts. 
1-866-488-7386
 
The Ray of Hope is a local organization that provides support.
1-800-836-6010
 
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