Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

Recommended Resources:

Mental Wellness Bulletin of East Greenwich Public Schools

Children's Behavioral Health Guide: The Washington County Coalition for Children has recently expanded its Children's Behavioral Health Guide, which includes a searchable database for accessing mental health services. This database now covers providers in Kent County as well. The Guide provides a wealth of information about mental health and other behavioral services for area children and families.

  1. ADHD and You
  2. Children's Friend
  3. National Alliance on Mental Illness
  4. National Alliance on Mental Illness - Rhode Island (RI)
  5. National Alliance on Mental Health
  6. National Association for School Psychologists
  7. South County Community Action
  8. Parent Support Network
  9. Speak up for Kids
  10. Stop Bullying
  11. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  12. Suicide Prevention Programs for High School and Middle School Students
  13. Youth Pride

  1. Family Media Use Plan, from the American Academy of Pediatrics
  2. Media Use Plan Tips, from the American Academy of Pediatrics
  3. Screenagers Parenting Guide

Related Forms:

  1. Anxiety Tips For Teens (PDF)
  2. Mental Health Fact Sheets (PDF)
  3. Mental Health Month Teacher Guide (PDF)
  4. Online Parent Guide To Mental Health Resources 2015 (PDF)
  5. Rhode Island Community Guide To Mental Health (PDF)
  6. Screenagers Recap (PDF)

Domestic Abuse, Teen Dating Violence, & Advocacy Resources:

Domestic Abuse Shelters and Advocacy Programs:

Rhode Island (RI) Temporary Restraining Order House-Phone Number: 401-458-3372

Kent County Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center (EBC)/House-Phone Number: 401-738-2533

Resource Center in South County-Phone Number: 401-782-3990

National Domestic Violence (DV) Hotline-Phone Number: 800-799-7233

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)-Phone Number: 800-656-4673 or 800-656-HOPE

  1. Lindsay Ann Burke Memorial Fund - Supporting the Prevention of Relationship Violence
  2. Love is Respect
  3. Katie Brown Educational Program - Promoting Respectful Relationships by Teaching Relationship Violence Prevention
  4. Massachusetts State Department of Education - Violence, Trauma, and Substance Abuse Prevention