If You Need Help

Kay-Lee Hunter, Staff Writer

There are so many people who love and care deeply about you. If you ever feel lonely or stuck, there’s no shame in asking for help. I think it personally takes a lot of confidence and courage for one to ask. If you’re struggling, and need help communicating that, especially to your loved ones, or don’t feel confident doing so, the school has many resources to help. We have many counselor teams, administrators, staff, resource officers, and social workers who are all rooting for you. I will list a few hotlines if you ever were wondering, or are in a crisis:


National Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) -273-8255

Safe Place Hotline 1-888-290-7233

National Alliance of the Menta Illness Hotline 1-800-950-6264

SAMHSA Hotline  1-800-662-4357