Social-emotional services available virtually

September is Suicide Awareness Month.  Statistics show that many students are struggling with the isolation associated with COVID 19.  The following services are available through the district:

(TUHSD website)  Please also remember to research services available through your insurance company.

  • The City of Tempe CARE 7 crisis response program is offering free stress management counseling for the community through a new effort called COVID Care. Tempe residents can receive up to three sessions from licensed counselors and social workers as well as counseling interns from Arizona State University who work under the guidance of licensed staff. Residents can call CARE 7 at 480-350-8044 to request counseling and undergo a brief screening. The sessions are being provided using computers and phone calls and will focus on three areas: understanding stress, developing coping skills, and finding hopeful solutions to manage life in the time of coronavirus. Sessions are open to people age 18 and older. Learn more about the City of Tempe CARE 7 here.
  • Crisis Response Network hotline for Maricopa County: (602) 222-9444
  • Additional Crisis Response Network information:
  • Teen Lifeline: (602) 248-8336 and