Special Resources for Parents

Academics are just one part of a child’s overall health and well-being.  Children also need to be emotionally and mentally strong.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools encourages parents and students to reach out to counselors, psychologists and social workers at the schools to discuss concerns.  Resources outside the school system are also available to support students and families.  Click HERE for additonal agency contact information.

Alateen – Maryland/DC
Davidsonville Meetings: Thursdays 8pm Holy Family Catholic Church
410-766-1984

 

Anne Arundel Network of Care

Anne Arundel County Dept of Health Adolescent & Family Services Clinic
410-222-6785
Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency
410-222-7858
www.aamentalhealth.org
Anne Arundel County Public Schools Crisis Resources
Children’s Mental Health Matters!
Mind Resilience
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Anne Arundel County
443-569-3498
www.namiaac.org

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AACPS Superintendent’s Letter to Parents – March 2017

AACPS Superintendent’s Letter to Parents (Spanish) – March 2017

SRHS Suicide Prevention Information

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Off to College with Mental Illness: How to Prepare

Offers strategies for helping students with mental illnesses transition to and thrive in college and beyond. 

Article by freelance journalist Donna Jackel for the Chicago Tribune Newspaper, from February 12, 2015.

Off to College with Mental Illness: How to Prepare (pdf format)

See the original article online – click HERE

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Managing Food Allergies at College – A Student’s Guide

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Parent Information Sheetpag2_____________________________________

For More Information Visit the NIAAA website.

NIAAA Parent Information Sheet in pdf format

 
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