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School Based Mental Health Services

The In-School Counseling Program is offered to students in the Kearney Public Schools, Kearney Catholic High School,  Ravenna Public Schools, Elm Creek Public Schools, Gibbon Public Schools,  St. Paul Public Schools, Elba Public Schools, Centrua Public Schools, and Central Valley Public Schools in partnership between the Live Well Counseling Center (LWCC), The Public Schools and Region III Behavioral Health Services. The purpose of the In-School Counseling Program is to provide in-school psychotherapy support and intervention to school-age children and their families to deal with emotional and behavioral problems. Psychotherapists coordinated with teachers, counselors and parents to improve behavior and social skills which are impacting school performance. The program combines education, family involvement, individual and group therapy to help students succeed at school and often at home as well.

FY22 School Program Data

Howard County School Social Worker: The School Social Worker is available in the three Howard County Schools: Elba Public Schools, Centura Public Schools and St Paul Public Schools. Talk to your school about this services and how it can benefit your student. 

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(308) 381-7487
In the case of an emergency, call 911.