High school students face many challenges - depression, eating disorders, bullying, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, suicidal ideation, drugs, alcohol, a death of a friend, relationship issues.. . the list goes on and on.
The counseling center is here to help with the issues above as well as others. If we don’t know the answer, we will find it! We love to talk, listen and solve problems. All discussions between students and counselors are confidential. Some issues we can solve, but we will refer you out to the community to get outside help if it is necessary to solve more complex issues.
Please sign up to see a counselor for any reason.
211 is a regional network that links a caller to local and regional resources. Disaster relief, suicide hotlines, armed forces help with families and much, much more is located on the 2-1-1 website.
Call 2-1-1 or go online to the link https://www.211.org/
Some Helpful Web Links:
Bullying & Harassment
Cyber Security and Safety
Youth Suicide Prevention
Cascade Mental Health (Centralia, WA)
Community Integrated Health Services
CSD McKinney Vento Homeless Liasons:
Natasha Babka, CSD District Contact
Clark Randall, CHS Building Contact Coordinator, and CHS Counselors, Ms. Gronseth and Mrs. Waterfield for screening and evaluation.
If you are out of your home, we may be able to help with some services, supplies and encouragement. See Mrs. Green, CHS homeless coordinator, Mrs. Haskins in the career center, or talk to your counselor.
Link to OSPI webpage:
Death of a Friend or Family MemberDepartment of Health Young adult resourcesEating Disorders/Anorexia