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Social Worker

School social workers are a valuable resource to the school community providing a variety of support services to students, families and staff. They are called on to address tough life issues that may have a direct impact on a student's academic performance and assist in intervening during times of personal, school or community crisis. School social workers connect people with helping resources and can be advocates for students whose needs are not being met. School social workers provide services to special education students who have social work services included in their Individual Education Programs (IEP) and regular education students.

Belleville East School Social Workers

Important Numbers/Community Resources

Call For Help

24 hr. crisis hotline

397-0963

ALANON

Alcohol issues within the family

398-9470

Bethany Place

AIDS, HIV Testing

Support/Resources

234-0291

Developmental Disability

Services Of Metro East

Programs/service for

 

236-7957

Covenant House Hotline Childhelp-National Child Abuse Hotline

Runaway, 24 hr. crisis hotline

1-800-999- 9999

Cutting-Self-Injury Hotline

24 hr Hotline

1-800-784-2433

Catholic Social Services

Counseling options

394-5900

CHASI

Counseling options

398-6700

Chestnut Health Systems

Counseling options

397-0900

DCFS Hotline

 

24 hr Hotline for reporting child abuse

1-800- 25ABUSE (252- 2873)

Violence Prevention Center of SW Ill.

Domestic Violence Relationship Issues

235-0892

Family Life Consultants

Counseling options

345-9536

Gateway Foundation

Substance abuse

234-9002

Heartlinks Family Hospice

Grief issues

277-1800

Hoyleton

Counseling, residential placement

482-3414

Illinois Mentor

Counseling, case management

628-9424

Kids Hope United

 

Counseling, case management

345-9644

Kitty Klee, therapist

Counseling

239-6853

Lutheran Family & Child Services

Counseling options

234-8904

Lincoln’s Challenge

Alternative school

874-5420

McCallum Place on the Park

Eating disorder treatment

1-800-828-8158

Stuart Marcus, Ph.D.

Counseling

394-9282

MADD-B’ville

Springfield

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

377-6713

312-467-9319

St. Clair County ROE

Truancy

825-3900 Ext. 3991

Suicide Hotline

 

24 hr. Crisis Line

1-800-SUICIDE

1-800-422-4453

Cerebral Foundation

Support/ Resources

233-0210

Vivian Sierra, Ph. D.

Counseling

977-3147

St. Clair Co. Health Dept.

HIV Testing/Teen Pregnancy

233-7703

Sexual Assault Victim Care Unit

Crisis Intervention

397-0975

TASC

Anger Management

277-0410

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