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Counseling Services

Counseling Services

All students can benefit from a little direction and friendly guidance from time to time. It’s important for parents and teens to be open with one another. However, school counselors are available to full-time students if support is needed in any way.

Contact the NUVHS offices at (866) 366-8847 if students have questions or need help dealing with these difficult issues. Part-time students are encouraged to contact their campus counselors, so support can be given onsite.

Here are some helpful resources:
Injury prevention and control
Suicide in the US, Statistics and Prevention
Stop it Now! Preventing Child Abuse
RAINN Rape Abuse & Incest National Network
Understanding Teen Depression
Teens Health Dealing with Divorce
A Teen Guide to Parental Separation and Divorce
Healthy Place Eating Disorders Community
Helping teens cope with grief
Teens Health Death and Grief
Underage Drinking and Treatment Resources
What is Peer Pressure?
What is Date Rape?
Alcoholics Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous

If you are thinking about suicide or know someone who is, please call 911, your local suicide hotline, or the Kristin Brooks Hope Center Suicide hotline at (800) SUICIDE; (800) 784-2433.