New Virtual Mental Health Services Begin April 10
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FCPS has partnered with Hazel Health to begin offering virtual mental health services to all FCPS high school students.
If you have been struggling to connect your child with a therapist, or if you have noticed changes in your child’s behavior, this new service can help. Starting April 10 FCPS will be offering short-term, evidence-based, culturally-response mental health teletherapy for students, Monday - Friday from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Hazel Health provides therapy via video sessions from a student’s home on any computer or smart device. Hazel’s licensed therapists can help your child with:
- Mood/behavior changes, motivation, grief/loss.
- Anxiety, worry, fears.
- Social skills, bullying, sexual identity challenges, peer & family relationships.
- Academic stress.
These services will be provided by locally-licensed clinicians.
- 50% of Hazel providers identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC).
- 40% of Hazel providers are bilingual, speaking over 15 languages.
The first step is to provide information through an opt-in form. More information can be found at fcps.edu/teletherapy under the section, “How to Access Services”.