Emotional Health Resources
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    Taking good care of yourself and your family during these uncertain and ever-changing times is critical.  If you or anyone you know is struggling or having a hard time concerning their mental health please reach out as follows:

    If your concern is an emergency, please call 911

    For a Mental Health crisis, please call:

    • Jefferson County Emergency Mental Health, M-F 7:30 am-5:30 pm at 920-674-3105, weekends and after hours at 920-674-8178
    • National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255
    • Wisconsin HOPELINE text HOPELINE 741741
    • Get Help Now - call 1-866-488-7386, chat online, or text START to 678678

    Dealing with grief can manifest in many different ways and at different times throughout our lives.  If you are in need of assistance, our counselors and administrators are available to you for help and will get back to you within 24 hours.  Please submit a 'contact me' form here.


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    What supports are available for students and staff?

    We recognize the impact these surreal circumstances are having on all of us. We encourage our students to continue to find and create moments of familiarity and maintain other routines as much as possible, including communicating with friends and staying active.  One great and free resource is the My Strength tool for people ages 13 and up.  This resource assists with techniques to reduce stress, track your mood, manage depressive or anxious thoughts, access and share inspirations, get help on the go, and explore hundreds of articles and activities.  Head to https://mystrength.com/ and use the Access Code: JeffersonCounty to sign-up for free.


    School counselors, psychologists, and staff have guidance on supports and resources for supporting both students and staff through this stressful and uncertain time. Here is the SDFA Pupil Services Staff contact information: