Accessing MH Services Book - March 2016

I need help with school-based services .

Accessing Mental Health Services in the Fond du Lac Community

Contact school and speak with teacher, principal, nurse, school counselor or social worker, psychologist, or other school staff regarding concerns.

Fond du Lac School District Fond du Lac High School (920) 929-2740 Sabish Middle School (920) 929-2800 Theisen Middle School (920) 929-2850 Woodworth Middle School (920) 929-6900 Chegwin Elementary School (920) 929-2820 Evans Elementary School (920) 929-2828 Lakeshore Elementary School (920) 929-2901 Parkside Elementary School (920) 929-2840 Pier Elementary School (920) 929-2868 Riverside Elementary School (920) 929-2880 Roberts Elementary School (920) 929-2835 Rosenow Elementary School (920) 929-2996 STEM Academy (920) 906-6722 Waters Elementary School (920) 929-2845

North Fond du Lac School District: Horace Mann High School (920) 929-3740 Bessie Allen Middle School (920)929-3754 Friendship - Early Learning Center (920) 929-3757

Use this booklet if you have a concern about: your child’s mental health or the social, emotional, or behavioral development of your child

Ask for a meeting with school staff to talk about concerns

School staff may discuss options within the school or refer to another service

Offered by CSI (Comprehensive Service Integration). CSI is working for safe and healthy schools and communities in the Fond du Lac County. Many things, like positive relationships, family connections, and environ- ment, affect children’s well-being. Meeting their needs now will result in healthy adults and a safe community for everyone.

YScreen is a mental health check-up availa- ble to students in grades 8 - 12 in Fond du Lac county schools. The program is used to

Community Counselor or Service


identify risk factors associated with depression, anxiety, and alcohol and

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substance abuse. It is free and confidential. For more information call (920) 906-6777 or (920)906-6700 ext 4714.

Children do best when families, providers, and schools work together as a team. Parents may want to consider signing release of information forms to make sure that all current providers are aware of the concerns and referral.

This Booklet is also available in Spanish

Approved June, 2010 and revised December, 2012, April 2015, March, 2016

I need help for my child right now.

I am concerned about my child’s mental health, but it is not an emergency.

Has your child harmed or threatened to harm themselves or others? Is this a life-threatening emergency? Are you immediately concerned for you or your child’s safety?

If the child already has a counselor, contact the counselor.

If the child has a physician, contact the physician. The physician may be able to assist with a referral.

I answered YES to at least one of the questions above and/or my child appears to be experiencing a mental health crisis.

I answered NO to all the questions above and my child does not appear to be experiencing a mental health crisis. Go to next page.

Do you have insurance or medical assistance?


Check to see if your employer has an EAP (Employee Assistance Program). If so, contact the EAP.

Call the number on the back of your insurance card to check mental health benefits and providers.


Contact 24/7 Crisis Intervention (920) 929-3535 The FdL County Department of Communi- ty Programs (DCP) Crisis Intervention has trained staff on hand 24 hours per day and 7 days a week to respond to men- tal health emergencies.

To learn about Medical Assistance contact: Dept of Social Services (920) 929-3400

Call 911 Or Contact Police

COMMUNITY PROVIDERS THAT MAY OFFER SER- VICES BASED ON ABILITY TO PAY: Catholic Charities (920) 923-2550 FDL County Dept of Community Programs (DCP) (920) 929-3565 Lutheran Social Services (920) 924-5222 Children do best when families, providers, and schools work together as a team. Parents may want to consider signing release of information forms to make sure that all current providers are aware of concerns and referral. School-based services may also be an option. Go to next page.

Community Mental Health Providers: Affiliated Counseling, LLC (920) 922-7440 Agnesian HealthCare Behavioral Health Services (920) 926-4200 Aurora Behavioral Health (920) 907-7000 Catholic Charities (920) 923-2550 Christian Family Counseling (920) 731-9798 Delta Center LLC (920) 921-3343 Doll and Associates, Service of Agnesian HealthCare (920) 907-8201 FDL County Dept. of Community Programs (DCP) (920) 929-3565 Fond du Lac Psychotherapy and Fond du Lac Psychiatry (920) 923-9054 Integrated Counseling LLC (920) 929-9140 Lutheran Social Services (920) 924-5222 Minerva Counseling (920) 933-5307 Morning Star Counseling Service (920) 922-9552 SHARDS Inc (920) 204-6570

Medical Emergency: Call 911 Or go to Emergency Room

If child already has a counselor, follow established crisis plan and/or contact counselor

When in Doubt . . . Contact 24/7 Crisis!!!! (920) 929-3535

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