Connecting community and mental health resources to FCS staff, students and families!
Includes local, state and federal information regarding COVID-19. Learn more about available resources, such as food and programs for those financially impacted by COVID such as United Way of Johnson County's ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE PLAN.
Includes mental health, suicide prevention, grief, trauma, addiction resources and more.
SUICIDE PREVENTION - If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety, or feel like you want to harm yourself or others, HELP IS AVAILABLE!
Call 911 or 1-800-273-8255 or text IN to 741741 (Suicide Prevention Lifeline)
The Student Assistance Program (SAP) is a partnership between Franklin Community Schools and Adult and Child Mental Health, Johnson County's Community Based Mental Health Agency.
SAP includes up to 2 free confidential mental health sessions with a licensed mental health therapist. These sessions do NOT require insurance. Sessions can be provided face to face, virtual, or by telephone.
FCS is committed to providing mental health support in a variety of way to meet the needs of its students. SAP should be viewed as an additional layer of mental health support and in no way should discourage students from reaching out to their school counselor or SEL Interventionist.
Currently this program is available for middle and high school students ONLY.
Explains what Social Emotional Learning is and includes links to kid-friendly websites, YouTube Videos, lesson plans for teachers and counselors, and course libraries with 100's of SEL resources.
Food pantry supporting all FCS staff, students and families. No income restrictions! Typically the 1st Thursday of the month unless otherwise noted. Operation times are different during COVID-19. Click for more information.