School Counseling Page
Dear BMS community,
I hope that you are doing well and staying safe and healthy. For many of you, this will be your last week of school for the 2019-2020 school year. Congratulations on completing your work during this difficult time. During the summer, you might find yourself having a difficult time. Please talk to your parents or guardians or someone you trust if youare. There is help for you. There is Youth Villages if you are having a crisis. This number is 1-855-274-7471. You can text them TN at 741741 as well. You can also call Centerstone at 423-499-1031 or at 1-888-291-4357 if you think that you need to talk to a therapist. Last, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline number is 1-800-273-8255. I don't mean to scare anyone - I just want you to know that this is a very unusual situation. If you are struggling, please talk to an adult about it. You can get to my Google Classroom at h6g2ey4 for more resources as well. Be well and help each other.
Love,
Mrs. Milen

Additional Resources:

Crisis Services (Emergency):
Statewide Crisis Line
855-274-7471


Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System -Mobile Crisis (Adults)
800-704-2651


Youth Villages-Mobile Crisis (Ages 5-17)
1-866-791-9225


Erlanger Behavioral Health Hospital
844-864-9383


Parkridge Valley Hospital
800-542-9600


Tennova (Pine Ridge)
423 479-4673


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-8255


As the Covid-19 Pandemic continues, the stress it generates affects many individuals. The statewide Crisis Line and the Crisis Text Line are contacts available for ANY individual experiencing any type of crisis, not just suicide.


https://powerschool.hcde.org/public/home.html

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