Mental Health Resources

School Counseling Services Department:
Director of Counseling Services/District School Psychologist: Heather Nelson
District School Social Worker: Marti Bolduc
HS School Counselor (9th-12th): Jen Chapman
ML School Counselor (6th-8th): Erma Krupic
ELEM School Counselor (preK-5th): Sara Fogarty

2021-2022 Community-Based Providers (Counselors)

NH Rapid Response Access Point/NH988

NH Rapid Response Access Point pg 1

NH Rapid Response Access Point pg 2

Suicide Prevention
Call 911 immediately for help if student is at imminent risk of suicide
National Suicide Prevention 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741
LGBTQ+ youth can contact The Trevor Project 24/7, 365 days a year:
Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386
Text: text START to 678678

Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255    Suicide Prevention - Crisis Text Line - Text HELLO to 741741

*Please note that new content is regularly added.*

Referral Resource Guide Carroll County NH 2019-2020


Anxious Stressed Worried

Anxious? Worried? Stressed?
Below are a list of links to apps and resources that can help you cope during stressful times. Consistent, daily use of these strategies can improve your ability to cope and manage your feelings.

Calm  #1 app for mindfulness, relaxation (decrease stress/anxiety), meditation, & sleep

Headspace  app for mindfulness, relaxation, mediation, and sleep

Smiling Mind  app for mindfulness & meditation, assists individuals in dealing with the pressure, stress, and challenges of daily life

Mindmatters app to improve mental health; provides coping skills and resources depending on how individual reports that they are feeling

Moods: Mental Health Tracking app to track your moods; guided reflections; tips are offered to alleviate mood & users can add own tips of what often helps for them 

Moodpath Depression and anxiety app, place to reflect and get information, encouragement, and guidance

Moodnotes mood and cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) tracker app, tracks mood/identified what triggers mood, helps develop healthier thinking habits, learn about thinking traps and how to avoid them, reduces anxiety, increases well-being & self-awareness


Sanvello app for depression, stress, and anxiety, using cognitive behavior therapy strategies

SuperBetter app to build resilience, achieve goals, and tackle challenges including anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain, concussion recovery and more 

Happify app for stress and worry, has science-based activities and games can help overcome negative thoughts, stress, and life's challenges

Moodkit app to help improve mood and help manage stress, depression, and anxiety, provides 4 integrated tools in one app - activities, thought checker, mood tracker, journal, and extras

Rootd app that helps with anxiety and panic attacks

Stop, Breathe, and Think
  meditation and mindfulness app

MY3 (ages 12+) app to help if you have suicidal ideation, safety plans, your support network, one click 911 and National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Calm Harm (ages 13+) app to help resist and manage the urge to self-harm

YouHue - a classroom app that uses mood tracking to empower students to understand their emotions so they can better manage and communicate them. Data from app gives teacher/counselor insight that can be used to support learning, identify and address issues, and build more meaningful relationships.

7 Minute Workout app for fitness when stuck at home

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Apps to help kids stay focused

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Educational apps, games, and websites 

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Movement apps, games, and websites

Healthy Habits for well-being 

Know the 5 Signs

Gentle reminders when the world feels frightening

For MCS students:

What can I do when I feel worried

what I can do if I am worried, Spanish

Disclaimer: The apps, games, websites, & resources listed on this site are not endorsements. We have not read or thoroughly reviewed all of apps, games, websites, and resources. We take no responsibility for the consequences of any action one might take based upon reading any of the documents/resources or using any of the apps. If an individual believes a child has a need for professional support, we recommend seeking the help of a licensed health care or mental health care professional.

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