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Help Chat Crisis Line 

Resource for students to communicate with trained counselors to help reduce stress, depression, and fear as a result of being bullied and to empower students to make healthy decisions.

Available Tuesdays 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wednesdays 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
For ages 13-24 only

What Teens Can Do to Stop Bullying 

This resource provides guidance for students regarding when they may be being bullied, how to support someone being bullied, how to respond to bullying, and how to respond if a student is given the “silent treatment” by peers. 

Get Help Now

Resource for students if they or a peer are being bullied. Information provided includes when to call 911, chat/phone resources for students experiencing hopelessness/helplessness or thoughts of suicide, mental health resources, and federal resources if they are experiencing harassment. 

Internet Safety-

Resource for students that includes safety tips and tricks to avoid cyberbullying and maintain online safety. Steps include maintaining privacy, having an exit plan (if a student is being bullied), staying in safe online spaces, and telling someone if they are uncomfortable online or in danger.  

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Please be advised that form submissions are only reviewed during school office hours, Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. If this is an emergency, please call 911 or the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988.

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At Altus Schools, we have developed a comprehensive mental health program that consists of several elements designed to support students directly and build staff capacity to create safe and supportive learning environments that are trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and that connect students and families to appropriate resources. Highlights of our mental health program include (1) teachers who are specially trained in suicide screening, trauma-informed practices, human trafficking prevention, and socio-emotional learning; (2) strategic partnerships with community organizations to provide mental health services; (3) a team of school nurses; (4) a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; (5) a Healthy Youth Department that coordinates student webinars and professional learning to support students’ mental health and wellness; (6) student webinars with socio-emotional learning through our Resilience in Students and Education (RISE) series; (7) suicide prevention, intervention and postvention protocols; (8) tools for connecting students and families to information resources; (9) parent/guardian webinars through our Family Learning Series on student mental health, wellness, and community resources; and (10) administration of special programs and coordination of services for identified student groups.