The new Wayne County School Mental Health and Counseling Hotline number is 340-3696. This number will be available from 8:00-4:00 p.m. Mondays-Fridays, and the caller can leave their name, number, and message with the expectation that someone will get back to them shortly.
Messages can be left with this phone number after hours as well, although the response time may be extended. The school coordinator will assign a guidance counselor or Healthy Kids Clinic mental health professional to assist the caller. This service is available only for students of the Wayne County School District, and parents seeking help for students of the Wayne County School District.
This number is not for any type of emergency; students or parents with emergencies should dial 911 or seek other appropriate assistance. Other important numbers in case of emergency are: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline= 1 800 273 8255 and the National Human Trafficking Hotline= 1 888 373 7888.
Students can also request help via the STOP tipline, accessible from the school home pages on the district website, but they MUST include their name and contact info with the submission in order to receive a response.