• Social and emotional health is a key component of our strategic plan and we are currently implementing many mental health enhancements within Noblesville Schools to better serve students. Noblesville Schools has a district counseling coordinator and mental health coordinator to enhance and lead efforts in this area.

    We offer a full continuum of services to meet the mental wellness needs of all students, including support for topics like stress, anxiety, suicide prevention, coping with challenges, managing strong emotions, and much more.

    Our schools are currently staffed with school counselors and school social workers who provide mental wellness, social support and academic services to all students. 

    Also, through our ongoing partnership with Community Health, we are able to provide enhanced therapy services for students who can benefit from additional support. 

    For questions about our mental health and counseling services, please contact your school counselor, social worker or:

    Laura Denis, Executive Director of Student Services laura_denis@nobl.k12.in.us 

    Melissa Rarick, Counseling Coordinator melissa_rarick@nobl.k12.in.us

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    Read this article to learn more about typical childhood needs:

    Healthy Mental and Emotional Development for Children of All Ages 

    More information on Mental Health Awareness Month: 

    Mental Health Month Toolkit from Mental Health America

    Specific information for parents on a variety of mental health topics: 

    Child Mind Institute 

    Crisis Resources

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline online resource or contact by phone at  (800) 273-TALK (8255)

    Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis: Phone (317) 251-7575; Text Line: text the code CSIS to the number 839863