Speaker Series



 

Resources
 
Credible Mental Health Sources & Websites

 

     
  • Casel: to help make evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) an integral part of education from preschool through high school
                     
 

 

Evidence Based Research

 

   

*If you are a student or caregiver seeking mental health support, please text 226-402-1593

 

Mental Health and Wellbeing Supports Provided by SCCDSB

We all want our children to feel mentally well, grow up happy, and learn how to navigate life’s challenges. It’s not always easy to know what to do. We’re here to help! Regulated and accredited Mental Health Professionals from the Student Support and Wellbeing Team are available for wellbeing check-ins and to provide clinical counselling with students throughout the school year. SCCDSB staff also work in collaboration with community agencies to respond to student needs for mental health support.

 

Who are We?

Our team consists of social workers, child & youth workers, attendance counsellors, and a heath promoter who focus on mental wellbeing rather than only on mental illness. Our goals are to:

  • increase the knowledge of all school community members about wellbeing
  • nurture positive attitudes
  • reduce stigma
  • assist others with identifying signs of mental health and substance abuse use problems
  • promote help-seeking behaviours among our staff and students

Students, parents, and caregivers can either be referred by a classroom teacher or you can self-refer for wellbeing supports. The self-referral form can be found here.

 

For further information on mental health and wellbeing supports from the St. Clair Catholic District School Board, contact Christine Preece, Mental Health Lead at 226-402-1593 or by email chris.preece@sccdsb.net.

 


 

 

 

LOCAL COMMUNITY RESOURCES
SARNIA-LAMBTON CHATHAM-KENT
St. Clair Child & Youth Services 519-337-3701 Linck (Chatham Kent Children’s Services) 519-354-0440
Canadian Mental Health Association 519-337-5411 (youth over age 14) ACCESS Open Minds Youth Wellness Hub (519) 437-6329
Lambton Mental Health Crisis Service 519-336-3445 or 1-800-307-4319 Mental Health & Addictions Program 519-351-6144
St. Joseph’s Hospice 519-337-0537 Chatham-Kent Hospice (Grief and Bereavement Support) 519-354-3113
Children’s Aid Society 519-336-0623 Family Services Kent 519-354-6221
Family Counselling Centre 519-336-0120 or 1-800-831-3031 CK Public Health Unit 519-352-7270
Sarnia-Lambton Rebound 519-344-2841 Humana Community Services Crisis Line (WAYS) 519-354-4095
Bluewater Health Hospital 519-464-4400 Humana Community Services (WAYS) 519-354-2065
Child & Youth Crisis Line - Family Counselling Centre 1-833-622-1320 Chatham Kent Health Alliance (Hospital) 519-352-6401 ext. 6106 
Distress Line 519-336-3000 or 1-888-347-8737 CMHA Crisis Line 1-866-299-7447
Lambton County Addictions Services 519-464-4400 x5370  
Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868

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