Social and Emotional Well-Being

  • Mrs. Brooke MacDonald (Maxwell's Child Guidance Specialist) and Mrs. Heather Goodman (Maxwell's Social Worker) are available if any students or families are in need of counseling services during this time. If you would like to talk to either of them either over the phone or virtually, you can fill out the Counselor Appointment Request form. You may also email either of them at the addresses below:



    Caring for the Emotional Well-Being of your Families During the COVID-19 Outbreak

    Concern over this new virus can make families anxious. Here are a few tips from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital:1) Manage your own anxiety by limiting your exposure to the news; 2) Ask your child what they know in order to address misinformation; 3) Ask your child what they’re worried about so that you can ease their anxiety directly; 4) Explain facts on a developmental level—be honest and revisit only if needed; 5)Explain what is being done at the community level; 6) Explain what your family is doing; 6) Reinforce kindness & tolerance.

    Community Mental Health Resources

    • KVC Behavioral Health Kentucky 859-254-1035
    • Mountain Comprehensive Care 859-368-8897
    • New Vista (formerly 859-233-0444
    • The Ridge Behavioral Health Systems 859-269-2325
    • Sunrise Children’s Services 859-455-8185
    • Mental Health Crisis Resources
    • The Ridge Behavioral Health Systems 800-753-4673
    • Samaritan Hospital 859-226-7000
    • U of L Peace Hospital (formerly known as Our Lady of Peace) 859-313-3515
    • New Vista (formerly 800-928-8000

    Crisis Hotlines

    • National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233
    • National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8500
    • Suicide Crisis Textline Text Help to 741741
    • Trevor Project Crisis Line for LGBTQ+ Youth 1-866-488-7386