Mental Health Resources

Supporting mental health in students can remove barriers to learning and shift focus to the success of the whole child. In Washington Township Schools, our school social workers and school counselors partner with parents and caregivers to get students the help they need to thrive. 

Mental Health Supports for Your Child

Community Mental Health & Counseling Resources

Cummins Behavioral Health Systems 
School-based mental health service
*Ask the school counselor or school social worker for a referral

Children’s Resource Group
9106 N. Meridian St. Suite 100

Community Psychological Consultants
9102 N. Meridian St.

Eagle Creek Counseling
3935 Eagle Creek Parkway Suite C

St. Vincent Stress Center
8401 Harcourt Road

Fairbanks/Community Hospital North
8102 Clearvista Parkway

CenterPoint Counseling at Second Presbyterian Church
7700 N Meridian Street
*Some bilingual staff (Spanish)

Eskenazi Health
Access Line: 317-880-8491
Mental Health Emergency: 317-880-8485
*Multilingual Assistance

Brooke’s Place for Grieving Children and Families
8935 N. Meridian Street, Suite 200

Reach for Youth
3505 N. Washington Blvd.


Local Community Centers

JCC Indianapolis
6701 Hoover Road

Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center
2990 W 71st Street


Local Community Health Clinics (Low cost/Sliding Fee Scale/Accept Medicaid)

The Jane Pauley Community Health Center
7481 N Shadeland Ave. Suite A

HealthNet Northeast Health Center
3908 Meadows Drive

Eskenazi Health Center – Pecar
6940 Michigan Road

School Counselors

Provide direct and indirect counseling services to meet students’ social and emotional needs and guide students in academic choices leading to college and career readiness. 

School Social Workers

Provide services that connect schools, children, families and communities. They support the mental, physical, social and emotional needs of all children and families. 

School Psychologists

Coordinate and provide individual and group evaluations for students with suspected disabilities. They know the full continuum of services required as options for students’ educational placement using least restrictive best practices and assist school leaders in creating integrated systems of instruction and interventions. 

School Nurses

Ensure students are healthy, safe and ready to learn by protecting and promoting student health and by providing care, coordination and advocacy that is student-centered so that individuals and communities can develop to their full potential. 

Multilingual Family Liaisons

Support integration and independence of multilingual students by providing language support, facilitating enrichment programs, participating in school events and improving connections between multilingual families, school staff, and community partners. 

Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Washington Township Schools recognizes that suicide is one of the leading causes of death for Indiana youth.  We believe in partnering with students, families, school staff, and the community to ensure our students are safe and that all of their needs are met.  Our school staff is provided with suicide prevention training to understand the warning signs of suicide and how to appropriately refer an individual to a mental health provider. Our school counselors, school social workers, and school psychologists receive additional training on how to assess for risk factors, refer students and families for extra support and assistance, and provide follow up for students after a mental health crisis.  If a student needs help or is concerned about a peer, he/she can submit the information on the Washington Township online reporting system. If you have immediate concerns or are in danger, call 911.


Free Crisis Resources Available 24/7