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If you need immediate assistance for a mental health concern please contact one of the following:
Emergency: 911
Mental Health Crisis Line: 1-888-636-6655
Burnett County Health and Human Services: 715-349-7600
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor


Grantsburg School District Families and Students,
         We understand that this is a time of chaos and turmoil.  Schedules and consistency have been turned upside down and the concept of normal no longer exists. The Grantsburg School District Pupil Services Team desires to assist in our students mental health needs.
          Provided below are resources that may assist your students mental health and well-being during this time.


Caitlin Olson- Elementary School Social Worker
                         
Debra Luedtke-Middle School Counselor 
                         
Leah Lade- High School Counselor 
                         



 
 
Mental Health Resources
COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide - National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Prevent Suicide- Wisconsin
Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health
Mind Yeti- Mindfulness YouTube Videos for Children
Helping Children Cope with Changes Resulting From COVID-19

5 Ways to Help Children Cope with Anxiety
Parent Resource- How do we really learn at home? How do I take care of my family?


Other Resources
Coronavirus- A Book for Children
Elementary Family Resources
Talking to Kids about Coronavirus
Talking to Children About COVID-19
WI DPI Social Distancing During School Closures



GSD Nelson/Elemetary School Social Worker- Ms. Caitlin
GSD Middle School Counselor- Mrs. Luedtke
GSD High School Counselor Website - Mrs. Lade



If your family is experiencing a loss of housing during this unprecedented time, we can help.
Definition of Homelessness under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act:
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act defines homeless children and youths as those who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. The law provides several examples of situations that meet the definition. This includes children and youths:
  • sharing housing due to a loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason;
  • living in hotels, motels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to a lack of alternative adequate housing;
  • living in emergency or transitional shelters;
  • abandoned in hospitals;
  • living in a public or private place not designated for, or normally used as, a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings;
  • living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar places.
If any of these match your current living situations, please contact our Homelessness liaison, Caitlin Olson at or contact any of our school buildings to get in contact with her.