The HHS Counseling department provides a comprehensive, developmental, data-driven counseling program that encourages students to become life-long learners, problem solvers, and productive citizens. We will collaborate with community members, parents, and staff to promote our program which focuses on academic, college and career readiness, and personal/social development in every student. HHS school counselors stive to empower all students to reach their highest potential by fostering a positive, supportive, and culturally sensitive program while ensuring a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment. HHS school counselors will adhere to the ASCA Ethical Standards in order to maintain integrity and leadership.
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9th Grade Information (Class of 2025)
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Students with the Last Names of A-I: @2025a-i to 81010
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DCS Department of Mental Health:
We are thankful for our Department of Mental Health through DCS. Please review their website for any Mental Health tips and links. There is also a full list of Counseling Resources and other information listed under Documents to the left.
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tional Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Available 24 hours everyday or 1-800-273-TALK
Crisis Text Line-Text "TN" to 741 741
Suicide Prevention Lifeline for Hearing and Speech Impaired
The National Hopeline Network
Region IV Mobile Crisis Team
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