Health and Wellness Resources
In District 64, we regularly support our students through individual and group counseling as well as our social-emotional learning programs so that students are able to engage in all that school has to offer.
If parents have additional concerns about their students, they can reach out to the building principals and nurses for assistance.
Visit our Health Services Page to see how District 64 is providing a safe and healthy learning environment for all students.
If you, your child, or others are in a crisis and need immediate assistance, please dial 911.
The state of Illinois also has crisis assistance through Safe2Help. Safe2Help can be reached as follows:
Text: SAFE2 (72332)
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for youth and adults, and best practices for professionals. They can be reached at 1-800-273-8255.
Non-emergency assistance is also available through the Park Ridge Police Department: (847) 318-5252. Ask to speak with a specially trained officer in mental health concerns (CIT) or the department’s Social Worker. Or via the Niles Police Department non-emergency number: (847) 588-6500.
District 64 is pleased to provide this list of psychologists, counselors and social workers, crisis services and psychiatric services. District 64 does not specifically endorse any of those on this list. The information is for general and informal guidance only.
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