Resources for Social & Emotional Well-being
1. May is Mental Health Month: Mental health is important for everyone, so let's stop the stigma and talk about it! What do you do to care for your mental health?
2. Charleston County School District's Virtual Calming Room
3. Charleston County School District's Anti-Bullying Information and Resources - Find out more here and note the CCSD anonymous tip line number is 877.250.2790. This number is for non-emergency situations and allows students, parents and others to report bullying or any other serious problems at a school.
8. Get outside and check out your Charleston County Parks!
9. Select Articles and Videos:
- CBS Sunday Morning Video on high achieving high school students
- "Students in high-achieving schools are now named an 'at-risk' group, study says" - The Washington Post
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 and/or The Department of Mental Health Mobile Crisis at 843.414.2350 or 1.800.613.8379.
Text HOME to 741741 (Español: text “AYUDA” to 741-741) or call 1-800-273-8255 or dial 988 (Español: 1-888-628-9454) to connect with a national crisis counselor.DMH Mobile Crisis: 833-364-2274SC Hopes Helpline: 1-844-SC-HOPESTu Apoyo: 833-TU-APOYOAnonymous Interactive Screener: hope.connectsyou.orgDeaf Services Hotline: 803-339-3339 (VP) or firstname.lastname@example.orgTo find your local mental health center, call 800-763-1024 or visit https://scdmh.net/.../