Mental Health Services and Supports

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Taking care of mental health is essential for schools and families as they work together to provide students with stable and supportive learning environments. GISD's Center for Countywide Programs coordinates staff and services that expand the availability of mental health support to K-12 students.

Mental health support is available in each Genesee County school building. If you need support, please reach out to your principal or school counselor.


Social Emotional Resource Line

You can also access mental health support by contacting the GISD Helpline at 810-591-HELP, which is active Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. during the school year.

If you are in need of immediate support or are in a crisis, please contact Genesee Health System by calling (810) 257-3740 to speak to a licensed mental health professional.

Additional Resources

Following are links to additional resources and services that can help educators and families provide students the tools and opportunities to practice for their own mental health, including managing strong emotions, engaging in healthy activities, and learning to take care of their bodies and brains.