School Counseling and Mental Health in the Issaquah School District
Issaquah schools provide comprehensive guidance and school counseling services in each building. All students have access to and the right to participate in these programs, which focus on academic, career, and social/emotional development to enhance the learning process, provide access to education, and support student readiness and success. Our school counseling teams plan and implement their programs with consideration for student, family, school, and community members, and can help to connect students and families to resources and supports in our schools and community. Our ultimate goal is to help students obtain the knowledge, skills and attitudes that lead to academic, career, and personal success.
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- How Can School Counselors Help?
- Why Would I Talk to My Counselor?
- How Do I Contact My Counselor?
- What is the Role of the School Based Health Counselor?
How Can School Counselors Help?
Why Would I Talk to My Counselor?
How Do I Contact My Counselor?
What is the Role of the School Based Health Counselor?
Experiencing a crisis?
Please contact one of the following helplines:
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- King County local 24/7 Crisis Line (suicide, mental health, substance use): 800-621-4636
- Crisis Text Line: text “Heal” to 741-741
- Trevor Project (specifically for the LGBTQ+ community): 1-866-488-7386