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Parent Resources

 
  • Warm Line (mental health) - 513-931-9276
  • Hamilton County Mental Health Crisis Hotline - 513-281-2273
  • United Way Information and Referral Line - 211
  • Alcoholics Anonymous 24 Hour Helpline - 513-351-0422
  • Child Protective Services - 513-241-5437
  • Adult Protective Services - 513-421-5433
  • Ester Marie Hatton House - 513-562-1980
  • YMCA Shelter Hotline - 513-872-9259
  • Drop in Center (Men) - 513-721-0643
  • Sheakley Center for Youth (18-24) - 513-562-1980
  • Lydia's House - 513-344-1191
  • Safe Passage - 1-788-733-1990
  • Welcome House - 859-431-8717
  • Center Point Health - 513-281-2273
  • Hamilton County Job and Family Services - 513-946-1000
  • Su Casa - 513-791-1588
  • Community Link - 513-946-5465
  • RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest) - 1-800-656-4673
  • Sexual Assault Resource Line - 1-877-739-3895
  • Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-799-7233
  • Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-8255
  • VINE - 1-800-770-0192
Wide Open Schools
 
  • Click here to get resources for students with learning and thinking differences. Read tips and advice from trusted partners for parents/ caregivers and teachers.
Digital Learning Pledge and Agreement
 
During this time of digital learning, it is more important than ever for all students to know their responsibilities when it comes to digital citizenship. Please find the Digital Learning Pledge for students in grades K-5 and the Digital Learning Agreement for students in grades 6-8. Through printing, reading, competing and signing these forms, we are all agreeing to do our individual part to set a positive culture of digital citizenship for distance learning.