Eastern Greene provides an array of support services and resources for students and families. The Student Services department focuses on student success and growth, ensuring students are best equipped to thrive in their learning environment. Student Services programs and school-based professionals provide prevention and intervention services for students and their families. Programs and services are focused on students’ skill development and are delivered by an integrated team of professionals who are uniquely trained to address the academic; college and career; and personal/social/emotional development needs of all students.
- Adult and Child Health is our school based mental health service that is designed to help kids conquer all types of barriers to school success, including social, behavioral, and developmental, through one-on-one therapeutic support and skills development. Each student is unique. This program is designed to encourage their strengths and support the challenges of each child. Trained professional help students with a wide range of issues. Referrals usually come from teachers, school staff, and/or parents who see a need for services. At this time, Adult and Child Health works with EG families and students who are qualified through Medicaid. If you would like to refer your child to Adult and Child Health, please contact your child's school office.
- Behavior Interventionists provide an alternative educational placement for students that cannot stay in a regular class setting due to behaviors. Staff members work with teachers, administrators and counseling staff to ensure students in the alternative environment receive academic as well as social emotional and behavior supports. This is a fluid setting for students that need a safe and calm place to reset so they can be introduced back into the classroom setting as soon as they have had SEL interventions and are equipped with strategies that will allow them to be successful in the classroom setting. The interventionist will be responsible for working alongside the MTSS team as appropriate to ensure interventions align consistently with the students academic/behavior plans.
- School Counselors work to maximize student success, promoting access and equity for all students. As vital members of the school leadership team, school counselors create a school culture of success for all. School counselors design and deliver school counseling programs that improve student outcomes. School counselors meet with students on an individual basis to deal with crisis management and problems solving. When students need more intensive, individualized, and ongoing therapy, school counselors provide information to families where to receive services to best meet student need.
If you have an immediate concern about the safety of yourself or someone else, please call 9-1-1 or one of the following resources for immediate assistance:
Call or text 988
Mental Health Association Crisis Line: 765-742-0244 or 1-877-419-1632
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Indiana Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-800-5556