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The concerns that the Student Center can address are typically school-based concerns that are impacting a student's ability to function adequately in school in some area(s), that may include academic stress, coping skills, or social relationships. Sometimes, a student may need more intensive services than a brief school-based counseling can provide. If this is the case, the student's parent is contacted to discuss the concerns as well as resources that are appropriate to meet the student's needs.
 
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Resources and Contacts

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Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

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The SaySomething Anonymous Reporting System is now available in Millburn to provide our students, parents, staff and community with another way to identify, intervene and get help for individuals who may be at risk of hurting themselves or others. Our message to students is always to talk to a parent or trusted adult to get assistance. But in some cases an anonymous outlet may be the only way to get the

help someone needs. Call 1-844-5-SAYNOW, email at www.saysomething.net or use the Millburn Schools App or SaySomething App.

 

 

Hotlines and Organizations:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK

Caring Contact: 1-800-273-8255   Text: 741-741

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: www.afsp.org

The Trevor Project: www.thetrevorproject.org

Suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth

 

2NDFLOOR, NJ Youth Helpline – 1-888-222-2228 – www.2ndfloor.org

            Confidential & anonymous helpline for youth ages 10-24

Grief Speaks: 973-912-0177 – www.griefspeaks.com

Workshops and counseling for all ages about coping with losses, transitions and grief

Good Grief, Inc. 908-522-1999, www.good-grief.org

Provides services to children, teens and young adults who have lost a parent or sibling.

NJ Department of Children and Families: www.state.nj.us/dcf - 1-877-652-7624

 

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The 211 system is found throughout the United States and is devoted to connecting people in need to the resources that can help. While each 211 operates independently, all of the more than 200 organizations provide a network of local support that people can call on with confidence when they need help and simply don't know where to turn. In New Jersey, our motto has been: Need Help? Start Here.
 
NJ 211 provides live assistance 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Our services are free, confidential and multilingual. There are several ways to reach us: By phone (simply dial 2-1-1); via text (send your zip code to 898-211); email (info@nj211.org); or chat with us online. Whichever method you choose, you will be communicating with a community resource specialist who has been educated about federal, state and local systems created to help people who are struggling. Our specialists have access to a resource database of over 8,800 community programs and services that assist people who need help with life's most basic needs... things like food, utilities, affordable housing, rental assistance, mental and physical health, substance use disorders, child care, senior needs, legal assistance, transportation, disability services and so much more. NJ 211 also serves as the State Homeless Hotline and New Jersey's Utility Assistance Hotline. Most recently, we were asked to support the NJ Department of Health by serving as the number to call when looking for general information about state directives and services related to Covid-19.