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Crisis Support Services of Nevada
Call: 1-800-273-8255 Text: “care” to 839863

Bereavement Program: Tears and Rainbows    – (775) 770-3733
St Mary’s Hospice of Northern Nevada, Grief and loss support, All Ages
1st and 2nd Tuesdays @ 10:30 am to 11:30 pm, St Lutheran Church 7th St Reno NV
2nd and 4th Wednesdays @ 6:30pm to 8:00pm, 6900 Sierra Rose Dr Reno NV

Children’s Cabinet  – (775) 352-8090
777 Sinclair Street, Reno, NV
Crisis Intervention/Stabilization 12 PM-3 PM, Monday-Friday. Services for parents and youth, drop in or call ahead.

Compassionate Friends   – (775) 750-7005
Support group for loss of a child: Every 2nd Monday@ 7:00pm

F.A. T. H. E. R. S of Angels
One on one peer support for men   Website: fathersofangels.gmail.com

Grace Church   – (775)747-9000
1220 Robb Drive Reno NV
Grief Share Group: Ongoing, next session starts in January 2020

Grief Recovery Method   – Lauren: (775) 972-9408
Generalized Grief and Loss class, 8 weeks long and class size is limited to 24 people
Summit Church, 7075 Pyramid Way, Sparks NV
Website: www.griefrecoverymethod.com

Join Together Northern Nevada – JTNN   – (775) 324-7557
505 S. Arlington Ave. Suite 110, Reno, NV  Hours: 9 am -5 am Monday – Friday
Our mission is to create a healthy drug-free community by building successful partnerships to support prevention education and outreach.
Website: http://jtnn.org/

LEAD with Horses    – (775) 223-5181
An equine-assisted support group will be scheduled for Friday afternoons for any affected students. A licensed counselor and experienced team will lead the group. This service will be offered free of charge for Damonte Ranch families for the remainder of the school year. Register here: https://leadwithhorses.com/drhs

LIFECHURCH Reno   – (775) 852-3833
10300 Rio Wrangler Pkwy, Reno, NV

Join Together Northern Nevada – JTNN   –  (775) 324-7557
505 S. Arlington Ave. Suite 110, Reno, NV  Hours: 9 am -5 am Monday – Friday
Our mission is to create a healthy drug-free community by building successful partnerships to support prevention education and outreach.
Website: http://jtnn.org/

QUEST Counseling   –  (775) 786-6880
3500 Lakeside Court, Suite 101, Reno NV
Quest Counseling offers substance use, mental health, and psycho-social evaluations for adolescents and adults.  They provide individual substance use counseling for adolescents and adults using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Red Cross Psychological First Aid   – 1-877-272-7337 or (775) 856-1000
The objective of psychological first aid is to calm down, comfort, and process what happened. This way, the victim and their family members are helped to cope and move on after the event.

Reno Behavioral Health   – (775) 393-2200
6940 Sierra Center Pkwy, Reno, NV
www.renobehavioral.com

Reno Christian Fellowship    – Call Glen Ziese: (775) 830-8427
1700 Zolezzi Lane Reno NV
Grief Share Group: Thursdays 6:30 pm, Now- Dec 19, 2019 and Jan 23 – April 16, 2020

State of Nevada-Department of Health and Human Services  – (775) 688-1670

Mobile Criss Response Team (MCRT)
MCRT supports youth and families of youth under the age of 18 showing signs of behavioral or mental health issues that pose a threat to the child’s stability within their home, school or community. Open: M-F 8am-8pm Sat-Sun 8am-6pm  www.knowcrisis.com

State of Nevada-Department of Health and Human Services  – (775) 688-1600

Northern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services (NNCAS)
2655 Enterprise Road, Reno NV
www.dcfs.nv.gov
The Outpatient Services/Children’s Clinical Services provides community-based outpatient, individual and family oriented mental health services for children from 6 through 17 years of age.

State of Nevada-Department of Health and Human Services  – (775) 688-1481

Wraparound in Nevada (WIN)
Wraparound in Nevada (WIN), provides intensive community-based services to Severely Emotionally Disturbed Children (SED). www.dcfs.nv.gov

Solace Tree    – (775) 324-7723
Grief and Loss Support Groups for Children, Bilingual volunteers
Programs:
Solace Kids: Children ages 3-5 divided by the death that they have experienced, 75 minutes every other week. Talking circles and then they can express feelings and thought through play activities.
Kids Helping Kids: Children ages 6-13, divided by the death they have experienced. 75 minutes every other week.
Heart for Teens: Children ages 14-18, 75 minutes every other week.

Survivors of Suicide Loss (SOSL)   – 24/7 Crisis Hotline: (775) 784-8085
Crisis Support Services of Nevada 24/7, for family and friends of suicide victims
Website: ccnv.org/depression-suicide/survivors-loss-support/

Trauma Intervention Program INC. (TIP)    – (775) 745-5514
325 Sunshine Lane Reno NV
24 hrs. Grief support, trauma and suicide: All ages, Bilingual Volunteers

UnitedHealthcare
Students, staff, or families that have HPN/SHL commercial insurance or HPN Medicaid and are in need of medical advice or direction can call telephone advice nurse line at 702-242-7330 or 1-800-288-2264, 24 hour/7 days a week. If they are in need of behavioral health support, they may contact HPN’s Behavioral Health Department- Behavioral Healthcare Options at 1-800-873-2246.

Washoe County Human Services Agency   – (775) 785-8600
HSA can provide linkage and referral to services as well as short term therapy.  A clinical supervisor is available 7 days per week at: ClinicalServicesTeamSups@washoecounty.us.

Washoe County Mobile Outreach Safety Team (MOST)
Contact Law Enforcement for immediate access or email MOST@washoecounty.us

West Hills Behavioral Health Hospital   – 1-800-242-0478
1240 E. 9th Street, Reno, NV
West Hills Hospital will provider assessments for students, staff and families of Damonte High School at no cost.

ADDITIONAL WEBSITE RESOURCES

Helping Youth after Community Trauma: Tips for Educators
https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources/tip-sheet/helping_youth_after_community_trauma_for_educators_final_explosions.pdf

Parent Tips for Helping Adolescents after disasters.  Reactions, Responses and Examples of things to do and say
https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources//pfa_parent_tips_for_helping_adolescents_after_disasters.pdf

Age related reactions to a Traumatic Event
https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources//age_related_reactions_to_traumatic_events.pdf

Suggestions for Educators
https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources/suggestions_for_educators.pdf

Helping Teens with Traumatic Grief: Tips for Caregivers
https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources//helping_teens_with_traumatic_grief_caregivers.pdf

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