Behavioral/Mental Health Resources

Behavioral/Mental Health Resources

 

Chrysalis: https://www.chrysalishealth.com - Chrysalis Health is adapting their behavioral health therapy to serve students and families during the Covid-19 crisis. They have been offering Telebehavioral health services since early 2019 via Zoom. Telebehavioral services are available to students and families covered by Medicaid. They are able to provide assessments via telehealth.

 

Free Bilingual Emotional Support Line: 833-848-1762

        

Mental health support line: 211 - 211 is a community helpline and crisis hotline that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention, information, assessment, and referral to community services for people of all ages. Caring staff will listen to each individual's situation to provide information on available social services, community services, and resources that include food assistance, medical clinics, foreclosure prevention, parenting info on developmental concerns (Help Me Grow), special needs, senior services that include free "Sunshine" daily calls, services for teens and more. Call 2-1-1 to speak with a highly trained resource specialist. Calls are free, confidential, and available 24/7. Marque 2-1-1 para asistencia en español

 

Center for Trauma Counseling: 561-444-3914 – The Center for Trauma Counseling will remain open during the Covid-19 crisis. Their clinical team is providing phone sessions and telehealth sessions weekly to help the community through this time of uncertainty. The Center for Trauma Counseling offers immediate, affordable, and quality mental health services to children, adolescents, and adults. Their team of qualified, trained trauma counselors are able to guide clients and families during times of stress, providing trauma-specific mental health services.

 

Children's Bereavement Center: https://childbereavement.org, (888) 988-5438 - The Children’s Bereavement Center will provide virtual grief support groups for both current and past participants and new families seeking grief support services. Their virtual support group platform is open to adults and teens. For young children, they will work with their art and music specialists to create activities that elementary-aged participants can complete at home with their parents or caregivers.

 

Community Partners of South Florida: https://www.cp-cto.org/childrens-youth-services - They are open for business and ready to serve you with your health, housing and community needs. Staff are working remotely to provide services to students.

Grief Interventions for Children with ADHD: published by Baylor University's online MSW program. For children diagnosed with ADHD, grief can amplify ongoing struggles like maintaining focus or managing stress. This resource describes the different ways in which children with ADHD can experience loss, and how parents can tailor interventions to the child's specific needs. The resource also discusses the importance of adults modeling healthy coping mechanisms while around children. https://onlinegrad.baylor.edu/resources/grief-interventions-children-adhd/

 

The social service and counseling agencies listed below may be able to provide one or more of the following: emergency food, shelter and other basic needs; direct services; and access to health care services for uninsured and underinsured clients.

Allegany Franciscan Ministries https://afmfl.org/

Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County https://www.cscpbc.org/

Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties

https://www.yourcommunityfoundation.org/

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County https://jewishpb.org/fed/

Lost Tree Foundation https://losttreefoundation.org/

Quantum Foundation https://quantumfnd.org/

United Way of Palm Beach County https://unitedwaypbc.org/
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