Social and Emotional Well-Being

  • Community Regional Crisis Response

    CR2 provides 24-hour rapid response to children, youth, and adults facing a mental health and/or substance use crisis who may be at risk for hospitalization.

    Call:  844-627-4747 or 571-364-7390

  • LCPS Mental Health Support

    LCPS has mental health professionals available to help students with questions or difficulties. Students or parents/guardians can reach out at any time to

    When connecting via this email address, please provide your contact information, including the best phone number to contact you, and one of our team members will be in touch within 24 hours. 

  • for Mental Health Support

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    LCPS has partnered with to provide parents with access to online courses and seminars that will help them support their child’s mental health. Parents/guardians can access’s videos anytime to help find solutions to mental health, emotional or developmental challenges. parent coaches are also available to work with parents/guardians individually for up to 30 minutes per week via Zoom. These resources are free, and parents/guardians remain completely anonymous when using them.

    Access these resources by visiting or’s Parent Coaching page to sign up for parent coaching. LCPS is providing these resources and services to promote the well-being of our students and their families and to foster a collaborative and supportive environment with no barriers to access.

  • CareSolace Mental Health Care Coordination

    LCPS has partnered with to provide students, staff and families with free support in finding help needed to address depression, anxiety, stress and more.

    Visit their LCPS site for more details:

    If you have questions about this resource or need further assistance, please let us know:

    For students in grades 6-11: Ms., Virtual Distance Learning School Counselor
    For students in grade 12: Ms., Director of School Counseling


    Parents and guardians may email the Unified Mental Health Team (UMHT) at their student's home school if they need assistance with a mental health situation with their child. Review the LCPS UMHT webpage to find your student's home school team or visit your student's home school website and find the "School Mental Health Team" logo on the main webpage to connect with UMHT staff.

    The UMHT member can assist parents and guardians with information regarding the best approach for supporting their student’s mental health needs. Upon receipt of an email, a member of the school UMHT staff is expected to respond within 24 hours on workdays (not including weekends, holidays, or non-work days).

    This resource is intended to connect families with UMHT members located at their student's home school. The UMHT email resource should not be used in an emergency situation. In emergency situations, parents or guardians should contact emergency services or their mental health professional.

  • Ryan Bartel Foundation Teen Hangout

    The FORT Hangout offers a safe and supportive space for teens aged 13-18 to connect with other teens in person, reducing feelings of isolation and helping them realize they are not alone. 

    Teens lead the way chatting about things on their minds, whether school, identity, life stressors, or anything else important to them, and are moderated by a mental health professional who can offer additional emotional support.

    This program is for teens who want support and are willing to support each other and engage with the group.

    The FORT Hangout is open to any teen aged 13-18 and provides optional meeting times, locations and groups. Registration is required.

    For details and registration, please visit:

    (If your family is navigating financial hardship please outreach to or and we can make arrangements for assistance for you with the registration fees.)

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