Supporting the Mental Health of Students
FamilyMeans provides outpatient counseling services in your school building for students and their families in the form of individual, family, and group counseling.
Anxiety. Depression. Suicidal thoughts. Family pressures. Bullying. A breakup. Complicated friendships. Academic stress. Drugs and alcohol. Real life issues.
Get back to happy. Schedule your first session by calling the FamilyMeans School-Based Mental Health Intake Coordinator at 651-439-4840, or visit FamilyMeans.org for more information.
In addition to counseling sessions, FamilyMeans can also provide staff/parents with trainings such as mental health 101, suicide prevention and responses, healthy relationships, and more.
For monthly information around mental health topics, please visit our Mental Health Blog for more information.