School Resources

Social Emotional/Mental Health

(This list was updated on 5/24/2024; PACS does not sponsor or endorse any of the activities or resources listed below.) 

  • Fraser Hope Line: Can support student social-emotional health, incorporating sensory supports into the home environment, accessing care coordination and other community resources and managing parent mental health. 612-446-4673 (612-446-HOPE), and the email address is [email protected].  Calls are answered live between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • The Jed Foundation: Tips for Self-Care and Managing Stress
  • Crisis Text Line: The 24/7 emergency service is available if you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis. Text MN to 741741
  • Minnesota Warmline: Are you an adult needing support? Talk to a specialist who has firsthand experience living with a mental health condition. Call 651-288-0400 or text “Support” to 85511
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: The 24/7 lifeline provides support when in distress, has prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Disaster Distress Helpline: Offers crisis counseling and support if you or a family member us experiencing emotional distress related to a disaster. Call 1-800-985-5990.
  • Disability Hub MN provides free, statewide information, referral and assistance service to help people with disabilities, chronic illnesses and their representatives connect to community services. 
Other Resources

(This list was updated on 3/24/24; PACS does not sponsor or endorse any of the activities or resources listed below.)

CHILDCARE:

TRANSPORTATION:

MULTI-SUPPORT AGENCIES:

  • Bridge to Benefits
    By answering a few simple questions, you will be able to see if you are eligible for public work support programs. Also find the nearest food shelf by entering your zip code.
  • Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County
    Phone: 952-933-9639. Provides services to individuals through outreach; energy assistance programs, housing, food support, free tax assistance, legal services, employment counseling, and financial counseling. The Community Resource tab has a guide to other resources. 
  • WIC (Women Infants and Children)
    Phone: 612-348-6100 Hennepin County WIC office helps eligible pregnant women, new mothers, babies and young children eat well, learn about nutrition, and stay healthy. Provides nutrition education and counseling, nutritious foods, and referrals to health and other social services. Income requirements apply.
  • Prism
    Phone: 763-529-1350. Provides food, clothing and housing stability resources.
  • United Way
    Phone: 800-543-7709 or 651-291-0211. Provides free and confidential health and human services resources. 
  • Coalition of Asian American Leaders
    Partners with Asian Minnesotan Organizations to support vulnerable segments of our communities. In addition, you have the ability to report discrimination to the Minnesota Department of Human Rights through this site. 
  • ACER
    Providing mini emergency funds for individuals, call 612-314-5586. They can also assist with completing unemployment applications, please call 612-217-0282. 

LEGAL SUPPORT:

  • FormsPal provides free high-quality legal templates and information online

INCLUSION SERVICES:

Reach for resources offers a full range of services and accommodations specific to:

  • Disability- related needs

  • Behavioral support

  • Allergies

  •  Other need for inclusion services

  • Accommodations plans developed based on individual need
  • Indicate online or to person taking your registration that your child would benefit from inclusion support
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