Important Phone Numbers/Supports
A Path to Hope - https://apathtohope.org
Child Line (To report child abuse statewide): 800-932-0313
Crime Victims: 610-692-7420
Crisis Intervention (Mental Health): 877-918-2100
Crisis Text Line – Text: HOME to 741741 anytime about any type of crisis
Domestic Violence: 888-711-6270
Drug & Alcohol Information and Referral: 866-286-3767
National Suicide Prevention: 800-273-8255
Rape Crisis: 610-692-7273
Safe to Say - 1-844-SAF2SAY (723-2729) https://www.safe2saypa.org
Guide to Anxiety and Sleep
Depression is the most common mental health disorder in the United States among teens and adults. Approximately 5% of teens are suffering from major depression. Additionally, Dysthymia which is a type of mild, long lasting depression, affects about 2% of teens. If you suspect that your child is suffering from depression, please consult one of the links below and feel free to contact your child’s high school counselor.American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: Depression Resource Center. This is a comprehensive website that focuses on resources and support for all mental health issues. This link is a resource specific to Depression.
NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Health Illness and is the nation’s largest mental health organization. This website will educate and provide resources for all mental health disorders including Depression.National Alliance on Mental Illness
HelpGuide.org is a resource where you will find tips for supporting your child. For example, that provide help with talking to a depressed teenager, symptoms, and resources.
The David Raymond Price Foundation mission is to educate teenagers about depression and mood disorders.
GRIEF AND LOSS
DRUG AND ALCOHOL
Preventing Addiction in Adolescents:
Rehab After Work - Paoli & Exton
Seeds of Hope Eating Disorders Program: 400 Franklin Ave., Suite 240; Phoenixville, PA 19460; P: (610) 644-6464 ext. 1254
The Renfrew Center of Radnor, PA: 320 King of Prussia Road; 2nd Floor; Radnor, PA 19087; P: 1-800-RENFREW (736-3739)
Eating Disorder Program at Brandywine Hospital: 219 Reeceville Road; Coatesville, PA 19320; P: (610) 383-8369
Nutritional Health Systems (NHS): 120 South Warner Road; Suite 107; King of Prussia, PA 19406; P: (610) 688-3050
National Eating Disorders Association
Here you will find general information about the different types of eating disorders, symptoms, contributing factors, health concerns, and treatment options.
Overeating and binge eating can look very similar. This article explores the how the function of emotional control contributes to binge eating.
Here you will find statistical data on the prevalence and onset of eating disorders in children and teens.
GENERAL COMMUNITY-BASED RESOURCES
Human Services: 610-429-3033
for assistance finding where to get help for social service needs, such as food, health, mental health and D&A
Chester County Homeless Helpline: call 2-1-1.
As of December 12th, Chester County residents experiencing homelessness or housing crises should no longer call ConnectPoints. Chester County will use the 2-1-1 call center (also used for any human services referral) through the United Way of Chester County. Attached are informational resources in English and Spanish. Instead of calling 800-935-3181, residents can call 2-1-1 instead. Live operators will be available 24/7.
Domestic Violence Center (Shelter for Women and Families serving Chester County): 888-711-6270
Family Services of Chester County: 610-696-4900
Counseling Agencies (Individual/Family Counseling)
Life Counseling: 610-644-6464
The Brightening Center: 484-341-8334
Delaware County Professional/Psychological Services: 610-892-3800
Cornerstone Therapy and Wellness: 610-616-5935
The Great Valley High School Counseling Department has provided the above information as a courtesy and the presence of any provider on this list does not imply endorsement or specific recommendation by the Great Valley School District or its representatives.