PARENT / STUDENT RESOURCES

WELLNESS RESOURCES

Is your child struggling with diet, sleep, and exercise?

Are you struggling with talking to your kids about COVID-19?

Does your child need help with managing his or her emotions during this time?

Worried your child is not spending enough time doing school work?

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING / MINDFULNESS LESSONS

Parent Video: why social emotional learning matters

Lower Elementary

Upper Elementary

Middle School

High School

Feelings and Coping Strategies

Time Management: Using a visual schedule

Mindfulness

Know Your Emotions

Stress and Coping

Mindful Breathing

Stress and Coping Skills

Time Management

Mindfulness

Lesson 1: Managing Stress and Anxiety

SLIDESHOW 

VIDEO 

Lesson 2: Mindfulness

SLIDESHOW

VIDEO 

Lesson 3: Healthy Habits and Time Management

SLIDESHOW

VIDEO 

Additional Resources: Aperture Education

 IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

Need

Resource

Number

Youth/Family Crisis

HealthWest Crisis Line

231-722-HELP (4357)

Crisis Text Line

Text HOME to 741741

HealthWest Non-Crisis Line

231-720-3200

Suicide

Suicide Prevention Hotline

800-273-TALK (8255)

Nacional De Prevención Del Suicidio

888-628-9454

Suicide Hotline for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

800-799-4889

Counseling for Students/Families

Hackley Community Care Telehealth Services

Appointments available 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m (Marissa)

Appointments available 7:00 a.m - 3 p.m (Valerie).

Marissa Brandenburg - Fruitport’s Elementary  Hackley Community Care Counselor

231-733-6830

Valerie Richman - Fruitport’s Secondary Hackley Community Care Counselor

231-733-6922

After Hours Number

231-737-3882

Supporting LGBTQ Youth

Trevor Project

866-488-7386

Disaster Distress

Disaster Distress Helpline

800-273-8255 or

text TalkWithUs

to 66746

Community Resources

Call 211

211

DHHS/Benefits

Please come to the office only in the event of an imminent need, emergency, or a previously scheduled appointment. You can access MiBridges at michigan.gov/mibridges, from any device, for your benefit needs including: Applying for benefits – food, cash, Medicaid, SER, etc.; Checking benefits; Address changes; Uploading of documents.

Please call 888-678-8914 to request a new Bridge card if necessary.

Pathways to Potential

P2P Workers are working remotely and available to answer questions and provide resources.

Fruitport’s contact is Abbey Postlewait at (231) 329-7749 or email at postlewaita@michigan.gov

Central Point School Personnel

Staff member in your building to contact with any social/emotional or mental health concerns regarding your child.

Edgewood Elementary:

Kristen Baryo - kbaryo@fruitportschools.net

Jill Osborne - josborne@fruitportschools.net

Beach Elementary:

Kathryn Forbes - kforbes@fruitportschools.net

Shettler Elementary-

Emily MacArthur:

emacarthur@fruitportschools.net

Middle School-

Julie Kolbe:

jkolbe@fruitportschools.net

High School-

Jennifer Finnerty

jfinnerty@fruitportschool.net

Patricia Stasiak

pstasiak@fruitportschools.net

SELF CARE

Panorama Education SEL and Self-Care Resources for Educators, Schools and Parents

Grief and Loss

CONNECTIONS

Shettler Elementary Staff Connections Video 

Edgewood Elementary Staff Connections Video 

Fruitport High School Staff Connections Video - Day 1

Fruitport High School Staff Connections Video - Day 2

Fruitport High School Staff Connections Video - Day 3 

RECOGNIZING ABUSE AND NEGLECT

Responsible Adult Reaction - What to do when you suspect abuse or have abuse reported to you. If you have a concern contact Child Protective Services through Michigan Centralized Intake at (855) 444-3911.

OK2Say

Anyone can report tips confidentially on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools.

Call: 8-555-OK2SAY (855-565-2729)

Text: 652729 (OK2SAY)

Email: OK2SAY@mi.gov

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY,

DIAL 911

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Adapted from the MAISD website