Provide a safe, confidential place for students.
Establish and maintain relationships with students and their families.
Provide the role of the child advocate.
Foster a special relationship with students, free from academic and discipline restrictions.
Help students clarify personal issues related to academic/social/emotional development.
Meet with students in crisis & counsel one-on-one regarding feelings & reasons for behavior.
Provide referrals for students/families experiencing mental health & substance abuse issues.
Provide an environment to learn coping skills.
Consult with teachers, administrators, parents and community agencies.
Provide a liaison between home and school.
Discuss parenting skills and creative problem solving.
Coordinate information across grade levels and disciplines.
Debbie Wodzisz: [email protected]
Phone: (440) 356-6875
Fax: (440) 505-0540
Julie Morriss: [email protected]
Last Names A-K
Colleen Thoburn: [email protected]
Last Names L-Z
RRMS MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS - MCKEON EDUCATIONAL GROUP
The McKeon Education Group Family Liaisons are Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors who assist in providing mental health support to RRCS students and community resource information to RRCS families.
Jamie Mahnic: [email protected]
SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER (440) 356-6870
Officer Chris Camp
WE ARE HERE TO PROVIDE HELP AND SUPPORT.
PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO ANYONE LISTED ABOVE FOR NON-EMERGENCIES.
In the event of an emergency, please call, text or tweet:
911 for a health or medical emergency
Rocky River Police Department:
Cuyahoga County Suicide Prevention Crisis Hotline:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Tweet at the Lifeline:
Crisis Text Line:
Text "Support" or "4hope" to 741741
Your local hospital or health care provider for a health or medical concern
Break the Silence – Prevent the Event
1-800-418-6423 ext. 359
Please call the Safe School Helpline if you know anything that threatens our school’s safety. It’s free and confidential 24 hours/7 days a week. Please report any facts, remarks or action that could jeopardize the safety of our children, school or staff. Examples of harmful or threatening behavior might include: bullying, violence, theft, drug or alcohol abuse, talk of suicide, sexual harassment, weapons. The service also provides 24-hour access to a trained mental health counselor to provide support for suicide intervention, family crisis support or other mental health issues.
Help Keep Our Schools Safe!