Student Mental Health Resources
MMHS Student Mental Health Resources page was developed to provide easy access to the help you need when you need it most. Don’t see what you are looking for? Just reach out; we are happy to help!
In 2019, the MAPS CareConnect program was developed through grant funding and in partnership with the Manistee Intermediate School District, CentraWellness, and Northwest Michigan Health Services to address the behavioral health needs of our MAPS students. The early successes of this program led to consideration of expanding upon the health services provided to our students. In 2021, the MAPS Child & Adolescent Health Center opened onsite at MMHS to offer comprehensive primary care and behavioral health services for MAPS students ages 5 to 21 years. It is open year-round and is comprised of an integrated team of practitioners to address medical and mental health needs.
When the basic health care needs of our students are met, they are better able to perform in school. Offering accessible care for both preventative and acute care within our district, we intend to provide our students with a holistic approach for overall wellbeing.
Students Against Destructive Decisions
This page is sponsored by the MAPS SADD members.
Please reach out to us for assistance or information about student mental health resources.
Student Support Resources
LOCAL STUDENT SUPPORT RESOURCES
CENTRA Wellness Network
24-Hour Crisis Hotline 1-877-398-2013
Walk-in crisis intervention services – 2198 US-31, Manistee, MI 49660
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE
CRISIS TEXT LINE
TEXT HOME TO 741741
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ANOREXIA NERVOSA AND ASSOCIATED DISORDERS
NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE
NATIONAL RUNAWAY SAFELINE
NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE
SUBSTANCE ABUSE and MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE AGENCY
TEEN DATING VIOLENCE
TREVOR PROJECT (LGBTQ+ SUPPORT CENTER)
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MMHS is an OK2SAY school! This is an anonymous way for students to to let school and law officials know about an unsafe situation in our school. From smoking, vaping, bullying, to weapons – OK2SAY is available statewide for public and private schools in Michigan; anybody can submit a tip. Specially trained technicians receive the tips and filter the information to the appropriate agency to provide a timely and effective response. While we encourage students to come directly to an adult in our building for a situation that needs immediate attention, OK2SAY is a way to get help for students in need.
Centra Wellness Network provides wellness-oriented services and support for individuals with mental illness and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities, and for children with emotional disturbances. Our purpose is to help qualified individuals of all ages in their pursuit of happiness by removing any barriers towards recovery and full community inclusion in order to achieve good mental health and to fully participate in community life, utilizing all its resources in line with their individual needs, wants, and desires. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay; we offer a discounted/sliding fee schedule.