Summer Support Services

Dear Students,
A lot has happened since school was last in session. Our day-to-day lives have been impacted by global events. Voices drawing attention to social issues have captured our collective attention. We have had to make adjustments in our lives because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Black Lives Matter movement has led to necessary conversations about racial equality and social justice issues. The United States Supreme Court has handed down rulings affirming rights for LGBTQ Americans and undocumented immigrants.
These events might be overwhelming to some, and you might have decided you could use some help coping with the events of the last few weeks. Maybe it has given you a lot to think about. Maybe you’ve had an emotional response to what is happening. Whether you are angry, scared, or just feel like it would be helpful to talk to someone – you have a voice, and we want to listen. Please reach out to the CHSD 218 support services team by clicking the link below.
Student Request for Contact: 
We have trained professional staff you can talk to. We want to help you respond to all that’s happening around us. If we can’t help, we will help you to find someone who can.

Nadjeh Awadallah
CHSD 218 INSPiRE Clinical Director
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