Learn more about mental illness. This section covers mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, PTSD, bipolar, borderline personality disorder, ADHD, OCD, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, suicide, addiction and others.
The Northshore School District is committed to supporting the well-being and mental health of all students.
Basic information on bullying which includes video and a free webinar on Thursday October 26th.
A great start for families learning more about bullying behavior and how they can support their children.
This site offers information on all things cyberbullying. What different types of cyberbullying are, resources for students to understand what cyberbullying is and how to stay safe while online.
If you or a family member are looking for help with mental health or substance use, Care Solace can help you quickly find treatment options matched to your needs regardless of the circumstance. Care Solace is a complimentary and confidential service provided to students, staff, and their families by Northshore School District 417. Care Solace’s team is available 24/7/365 and can support you in any language.
If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:
- Call 888-515-0595 available 24/7/365
- Visit www.caresolace.com/nsd and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
Information on individual treatment providers was gathered by Care Solace based on criteria such as geographic proximity, whether the provider accepts the authorized user’s insurance, and whether the provider is accepting new patients. The school district does not recommend, endorse, promote, or refer to any of the individual treatment providers.
One of the hardest tasks after the death of a loved one is talking about and explaining the death to your child or children. It is even harder when you are in the midst of your own grief. This handout offers some ways to help you and your child cope together.
One in five children experience mental health disorders in a given year, yet half of those children do not receive the care they need. Learn how to recognize the signs of a mental health problem and what to do to help your child or teen. Just as you would get them help for a broken bone or physical illness, you can and should get them help for mental health problems.
- High School
Built by a local high school student, for students, this website includes self-care strategies, local resources, blog posts, and more.
Visit www.teenselfhealth.com for resources and more.