District service helps connect students and families to mental health providers

Students, staff and their families who may be struggling with mental health, substance misuse or social-emotional issues now have another resource to find help.

Dearborn Public Schools has contracted with Care Solace to help those in need connect with local counselors and other resources.

Care Solace can help people quickly find treatment options matched to their needs regardless of the circumstance. The service is free and confidential, provided to students, staff, and their families by Dearborn Public School District. Care Solace’s team is available around the clock every day of the year and can support clients in any language.

Those in need of services can call 888-515-0595.

People can also visit the website at caresolace.com/site/dearborn to either search on their own to find a local provider or click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.

Note, district staff have direct mental health services available via the Employee Assistance Program through Ulliance.  Ulliance provides no cost, confidential, short-term counseling to employees and their families.  Staff can learn more on the Employee Assistance Program webpage.

For students, staff and families concerned about the welfare of another student, each school has a digital Safe Box.  The Online Safe Box is available on each school’s website and provides a way for anyone to report specific concerns regarding school safety, bullying or other issues at that school.  Reports can be made anonymously.

As always, in any case of emergency, please call 911.

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