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Stay connected! Join our K-12 School Counseling Schoology Group!
We are sharing virtual lessons and activities you and your family can do at home to support mental and emotional health during virtual learning. Our counselors are sharing new things all the time and want to stay connected with you!
Sign into your Nutley Schoology account (via https://nutley.schoology.com/)
Click "groups" in the task bar, then click "my groups" and "join group"
Enter access Code: X8JZ-4FWK-9PS8W
Our School Counselors provide support to students within the school setting, and can also make referrals to outside community resources when appropriate or by request.
Please access our Wellness Resources for a list of individual, family, group, agency, and sliding scale providers in our area, and reach out to the School Counseling staff with any questions. Please note that insurance coverage of providers varies. Please contact each provider individually to inquire about his or her insurance policy. Below you will also find phone and online resources that you can access at any time.
In case of an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Perform Care Child Mobile Response can also be contacted by a parent/guardian to respond to your home in an emergency by calling (877) 652-7624 (24 hours).
SELF-HELP PHONE NUMBERS
Addictions Hotline of NJ (800) 238-2333
AIDS & STD Hotline (800) 624-2377
Al-Anon/Al-a-Teen Information Service of NJ (973) 744-8686
Alcohol & Ad Care Hospital Referral Hotline (800) 252-6465
Alcoholics Anonymous (800) 245-1377
Domestic Violence Hotline (Local) (973) 759-2154
DCPP (Division of Child Protection & Permanency) Crisis Hotline (877) 652-2873
First Call for Help (Essex County) Dial 211 or (800) 435-7555
Gamblers Anonymous (800) GAMBLER
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) (800) 438-6233
Narcotics Anonymous (800) 992-0401
National Council on Drug & Alcohol Dependency (800) 662-HELP
National Child Abuse Hotline (800) 422-4453
National Runaway Hotline (800) RUNAWAY
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 784-2433
New Jersey Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 572-7233
New Jersey Women’s Referral Hotline (800) 322-8092
Parents Anonymous Family Helpline (800) 843-5437
2nd FLOOR Youth Helpline (888) 222-2228
Cyberbullying Research Center www.cyberbullying.us
Garden State Equality www.gardenstateequality.org
New Jersey Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention www.njbullying.org
New Jersey Department of Education Keeping Our Kids Safe, Healthy and in School http://www.state.nj.us/education/students/safety/behavior/hib
Stomp Out Bullying www.stompoutbullying.org
United States Dept. of Health & Human Services in partnership with the Dept. of Education & Dept. of Justice www.stopbullying.gov
Wired Safety www.wiredsafety.org
Emotion Technology - Concerned for Someone Online? www.emotiontechnology.com/concerned-for-someone-online