Student and Family Support
Students, with schools closed due to COVID-19, we are so sorry we
cannot meet with you in person.
you are special, you are loved and you are NOT alone
2020欧洲杯决赛时间If you need IMMEDIATE assistance, or your life is in danger, call 9-1-1
If you are in crisis, need help, or need someone to talk to, please call:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at
2020欧洲杯决赛时间 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
2020欧洲杯决赛时间The Crisis Center at 615-244-7444
2020欧洲杯决赛时间Text the Crisis Text Line at 741741
Human Trafficking Hotline:
2020欧洲杯决赛时间Report Child Abuse -
Sexual Assault Center 24 Hour Crisis Line:
COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES FOR METRO SCHOOLS FAMILIES
2020欧洲杯决赛时间The Department of Student Services offers a wide variety of programs and services to ensure students are fully supported in, and out, of the classroom.
The professional skills of counselors, psychologists, and social workers, along with school health nurses, provide coordinated "wrap around" services that contribute to the mental, emotional, and social health of students, their families and the school environment.
Qualified professionals such as school and community counselors, school and community psychologists, school health nurses, social workers, and qualified staff from community agencies provide these services.
How TO REQUEST SERVICES
There are many ways to request services and get help.
Talk to Your School Counselor: Start by asking your counselor or principal about any concerns or services you may need.
Download a Resource Guide: The Student Services Department created a that has information on services available in school and in the community. The guide contains information on topics from health to family safety to mental health and employment services.
Programs that Help Students and Families in our Community
We offer a wide range of programs and services to ensure students are fully supported, in and out of the classroom. The Metro Schools coordinated approach to school health improves the health of students and their capacity to learn through the support of families, communities, and schools. Our school social workers, provide counseling services, coordinate support groups, act as family advocates with school personnel and connect families with community resources and services.
2020欧洲杯决赛时间We have school-based Family Resource Centers are committed to increasing the wellbeing of children and families with a coordinated and holistic approach to providing services and support. Each Family Resource Center is a partnership of health and social service providers, residents, schools, businesses and faith-based organizations, all working together to connect families and students to community services and the needs of the neighborhood.
2020欧洲杯决赛时间Family Resource Centers (FRCs) also offer services tailored to their specific School community and offer things such as GED classes, English-language classes, counseling, parenting classes and some health services.
2020欧洲杯决赛时间We also have these two important community-based programs:
Community Achieves Initiative
Working with community partners, the schools with Community Achieves staff offer programs focused on four key areas: College and Career Readiness, Family Engagement, Health and Wellness, and Social Services. Learn more about Community Achieves.
OUR SCHOOLS PARTNER WITH ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS:
2020欧洲杯决赛时间the Metro Public Health Department
Monroe Carell, Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt
YMCA of Middle Tennessee
2020欧洲杯决赛时间The Southeast Dairy Industry Association
2020欧洲杯决赛时间Nashville Fire Department
Nashville American Heart Association
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
2020欧洲杯决赛时间Community Food Advocates
Cumberland Pediatric Foundation
Tennessee State University
2020欧洲杯决赛时间Nashville State Community College
The H.E.R.O. program for families in transition, or experiencing homelessness, helps students and their families with resources and services no matter where they live.