Student and Parent Resources

Students and parents we have attached a few documents that may be helpful to you but we also would like to encourage you to reach out to your student's pediatrician as your first resource. They have contacts they can help connect you with and they already know your child. These resources can be for a number of different issues including social-emotional supports, suicidal thoughts, depression, etc. 
 
 

 

Here at SAHS, we use SAFE UT to keep our students safe. Download the app and you can submit anonymous tips to your school counselors and administrators.  It's also used for students who are struggling emotionally.  
 

Crisis can affect anyone at any time. At some point in their lives, most people will need emotional support or referral assistance. If you can connect with someone who cares about you during a crisis, the risk of harming yourself or others goes down greatly.

People often feel more comfortable talking to someone they don't know during a stressful time. Talking to someone who isn’t directly involved allows people to discuss feelings and concerns in a way that might be different from talking with friends and family members.

Sometimes it can feel more comfortable to talk about these things through text.

 
Instructions on how to submit a tip or start a chat with a crisis counselor:  
 
 
 
Helpful information for Student Drivers:
Jordan Family Education Center Resources
JFEC offers classes on important topics such as mindfulness, positive parenting, anger management, substance abuse, grief counseling, and suicide prevention. See the flyers attached below for more information

Summer is a much-anticipated time for students and gives them a needed break from the rigors of high school.  It can also be, however, a difficult time when students have less contact with friends and support systems at school.  

 

The Counseling Department at SAHS would like to provide you with a list of youth mental health resources.  This list contains the names and phone numbers of local agencies that can be contacted if you have concerns about your student’s emotional health.  Some of these resources are free or work on a sliding scale.  It is also a good idea to consult with your student’s pediatrician.  He or she may have additional resources suited to your student.