ACP therapy available at Black Hawk
Black Hawk Middle School students have access to therapy, both at school and at home through the Associated Clinic of Psychology. School-linked mental health services are offered through a grant from The Children’s Mental Health Division of the Minnesota Department of Human Services. These services are available for qualifying students with mental health concerns, regardless of whether or not families have insurance.
Middle and high school counseling
Licensed middle and high school counselors provide support for the needs of all students in the areas listed below and follow guidelines established by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA).
- Academic support and guidance
- Career exploration
- College planning
- Personal and social development
- Chemical counseling
- Community resource referrals
- Credit recovery advisement
- Crisis intervention counseling
- Individual counseling
- Goal setting
- Mental health referrals
- Staff and parent consultation
- Student disability support
- Support groups
Counselors design and implement comprehensive programs within their schools that are data-driven and results-focused, and work with students through individual meetings, small groups and classroom settings.
Effective school counseling programs provide increased student achievement, post-secondary school enrollments, improved attendance and test scores and higher academic grades.