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Counseling Resources Available

There are a variety of places you and your family can go to get help if you need it. We hope these links will help you get a good start.  Please remember, if you need to, see  Mrs. Bauer or Ms. Rudin  for any of your questions.     Emergency and hotline numbers are also listed.


Substance Abuse Facts and Prevention  National Institute on Drug Abuse website.   Partnership for a Drug Free America website.  MO Dept. of Mental Health, Div. of Alcohol and Drug Abuse website. The is the home page of the American Council for Drug Education.  Cool website to help educate about many drugs and their effects, etc. National student organization with information about destructive decisions with alcohol and drugs.  Parent's link to drug information.  Information about drugs and their effects and prevention and treatment.  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website.  Information and quizzes on various types of drug, and where to go for help. If someone's drinking is affecting your life:  Support resources for children and family members of alcoholics. Toll free #1-888-425-2666 (for Alateen)



Depression and Suicide Facts and Prevention Behavioral Health Response  Suicide Awareness Voices of Education  Information and resources about depression.  Questions and answers about teenaged depression.  National Strategy for Suicide Prevention  Facts and resources about suicide.



Violence Prevention Information National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center.  Great Site for all issues dealing with teens and violence. Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault Women's Support and Community Services

Crisis line for St. Louis, MO 816/531-2003

YWCA Women's Resource Center/ St.Louis Regional Sexual Assault Center, Clayton, MO, Hotline 314/531-7232


Family Support Crider Center for Mental Health Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare

ALIVE - Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments 1-800-941-9144

ALIVE's Children's Counseling Program- For children who are affected by domestic violence ages 4-17 years.  Call Jeanne Oberdan MS LMFT (314) 993-2777 or Roselyne Hazard MSW PLCSW (636) 583-5700.  All fees are on a donation only basis.

Parental Stress Hotline 1-800-367-2543

Behavioral Health Response Crisis Line  1-800-811-4760

Child Abuse Hotline  1-800-392-3738

Legal Advocates for Abused Women  1-800-527-1460

KUTO - Kids Under Twenty One  Business Phone # (314) 963-7574,

Crisis Phone for KUTO # (314) 644-5886 Sun.-Thurs. 4pm-10pm and Fr.-Sat. 4pm-12am

Community Mediation Center  200 Cherry Street Union, MO 63084 636-583-8443.  Call the number.  They will contact all parties and arrange for a mediation session.  Professionally trained mediators will help parties talk and make decisions that are fair for everyone.

PADV Healing Services  636-583-8443 or 1-800-371-0114.  Free services available such as:  Healing groups for men and women, crisis intervention, shelters, court advocacy, professional counseling, sexual assault help. 



Study Skills Tips

All of these sites give information and tips related to studying and time management in high school and college.  Complete high school correspondence credits through MU's High School.  There is a fee per class taken. 



ACT and SAT ACT information. ACT information and online registration.  Information about the ACT test and college application information.  SAT information.  Educational Testing Service's home page.  Information about the SAT and other college application information.



Career Corner    This website provides relevant, comprehensive information about why to go, how to go, and how to pay for college or other postsecondary education programs. This website is a great tool for students to search for careers that do not require a four year degree, etc.  This website helps students find out more about careers in construction.  It also talks about apprenticeship programs that allow you to earn money as you learn about the field.  Online Guidance program for SHS students (must be accessed with a password.)  There are also many links to other career and job areas that can be accessed without the password.  Get some information about what the ASVAB is all about and how to prepare for it.  More career, college, and financial aid information.  Occupational Outlook Handbook.  Links to a wealth of information about almost any career.

Informational links to careers in science and technology:  Rates colleges and universities based on their ability of their curriculum to cover the core curricular areas of Composition, Literature, Foreign Language, U.S. History, Economics, Math, and Science.