Student Life Advisor
A recent survey of over 1,300 Chippewa Valley parents on the issue of student mental health indicated a strong need for enhanced school-based supports and better access to mental health services for students.
Therefore, the district is partnering with Ulliance, a trusted provider that specializes in services to help keep students emotionally and physically fit, while supporting parents along the way. They specialize in K-12 school districts offering short-term mental health services, including their 1-5 session ‘Student Life Well-being Program’.
This no-cost program began offering counseling services January 1, 2023, for students and support for parents. Services, including a 24-hour crisis phone line, are offered by state-licensed counselors free of charge, and can be accessed via phone, in-person, or secure video. All counseling services are offered independently from CVS and will take place after school hours for our students. You can also visit their website at www.studentlifeadvisor.com.
Starting to Heal Following National Tragedies
Offering early emotional support to students, parents, and community members is a vital step in beginning to heal from tragedies such as the Covenant School shooting in Nashville, Tennessee, and possibly minimizing harmful, long-term effects from this trauma.
Please read the helpful information about Starting to Heal Following National Tragedies from the Student Life Advisor Well-being Program.