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Health and Wellness & HCS Mental Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henderson County School’s Mental Health Counselors want to make sure that students and parents have the ability to get a hold of them beyond email.  They are available from 9-2 one day a week throughout the summer and are also passing out “Grab & Go” activity packets on Thursdays from 10-1 at East Heights, Jefferson, and Bend Gate elementary schools while “Grab and Go” meals are provided by Henderson County Schools Child Nutrition Services.

Misty Shaw, MHC at HCHS (860) 375-0535
Amy Bassett, MHC at NMS (502) 276-5076
Zachary Capps, MHC at SMS (812) 518-0176
Amber Williams, MHC at BGT, (270) 831-5040, Internal ext. 12400 and SHS, 270-831-5081, Internal ext. 18145Mental Health Matters
Kelly Palmer, MHC at SPT, (270) 831-5136, Internal ext. 19127 and JEF (270) 831-5136, Internal ext. 16403

Mikaela Gish, MHC at CAR (270)-270-533-1286, Internal ext. 13121 and NIA, (270) 831-5142
Elyse Dowdy, MHC at ABC, (270)-533-1760, Internal ext. 14106 and EHS, (270) 831-5070 and TBJ Early Learning Center, (270) 854-0140
Yvonne Hall, MHC at NIA and SHS (502) 627-0179
Yvonne Hall, Project AWARE Director (270) 823-3465

 

 

 

Check out the Facebook page, Mental Health Matters in Henderson County Schools that is regularly updated with a number of links and resources for families and students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henderson County Schools

100% Smoke Free & Tobacco Free

HCS prohibits tobacco use, vapor products, and alternative nicotine products by staff, students, and visitors 24 hours a day / 7 days a week, inside school buildings, all board owned buildings and vehicles, and on school property.
This  includes all school related events and athletic events-both indoors and outdoors.