Family Support Warm Line
Children's Home Society's Family Support Warm Line is open to everyone – families, adults, teens and kids.
Whether you need a confidential outlet or more intensivemental health support, CHS is here – and it’s never been easier to get the support you’re looking for.
Marion County Public Schools does not endorse any one agency; this information is only provided to inform parents/guardians and students of counseling service availabilities. Marion County Public Schools is not responsible for payment of these services.
MCPS Sanford Harmony Social-Emotional Learning Lessons:
- Week of April 6-10
Week of April 13-17
- Week of April 20-24
- Week of April 27 - May 2
- Week of May 4-8
- Week of May 11-15
Direct Links to Social-Emotional Learning, Self-Care, and Mindfulness Resources for Students and Families:
- Brain Pop SEL
- Child Digital Safety and COVID-19
- Child Mind Institute: Resources for Parents
- Learning at Home: Activities and Resources (Spanish Version)
- Lessons for SEL
- Parent Resource for Talking to Kids About COVID-19 (Spanish Version)
- Parent Resource for Talking to Kids About COVID-19 – Students with Special Needs
- Virtual School Counseling Service Overview
Direct Links to Request MCPS School Counselor Services:
Direct Links and Contacts to Community Mental Health Partners:
- Crisis Text Line – Text HOME to 741741
- Domestic Violence Hotline – 1-800-500-1110
- Marion County Counseling Services Availabilities
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE) or 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK)
- The Centers
- The Centers Telehealth Services
The Centers, Inc., School-Based Counseling Services
Student Counseling Services remain available to students; however, we have expanded telehealth services and are shifting to virtual options for care as an alternative to in-school visits.
The Centers, Inc., Mobile Response Team (MRT)
The Mobile Response Team (MRT) provides professional, same-day intervention for individuals who are experiencing mental health crises. The team visits clients and their families to prevent acute psychiatric crises from becoming emergencies that require law enforcement involvement or involuntary hospitalization.
Mobile Response Team hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (352) 402-2890.
Crisis Teams are available for children, youth and adults, regardless of their ability to pay.