Mental Health in Schools

The Behavioral Health in Schools program provides individual psychotherapy at the school, to students who might otherwise be unable to attend traditional outpatient services

Building Bridges is a school-based mental health program that serves students in grades
4K-8, with immediate mental health needs, and their families.

FACE-Kids provides group counseling services to Dane County children focusing on social-emotional wellness. FACE-Kids uses a collaborative system as a strategy to provide accessible group counseling in schools, neighborhood centers, and FACE-Kids agencies.

OUR OUTCOMES

BHS

82% of teachers reported improved understanding of how mental health issues impact student behavior and learning

 

BUILDING BRIDGES

95% of parents feel included in their child's school experience as a result of working with the Building Bridges team.

FACE-Kids

93% of students in Dane County improved their level of functioning at home and in school

94% of students in Rock County increased their understanding of how to manage and cope with their problems.

BHS

74% of parents reported they are more effective with their child's emotional or behavioral needs.

BUILDING BRIDGES

65% of teachers have more tools to provide effective instructional strategies for their students since the involvement of Building Bridges.

WANT MORE INFORMATION?

Emily Jaime, MA, LMFT

Associate Director of Family Programs

Phone: (608) 826-8021

 

Trish Grant, MSSW, APSW (#126987-121)

Program Manager for Building Bridges

Phone: (608) 826-8008