Mental Health Awareness Month 

May is Mental Health Awareness Month 
Posted on 05/03/2023

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and our students’ social-emotional health is as important to us as their physical well-being and academic success. We have many resources available to students such as school counselors, military and family life counselors and Greater Lakes counselors to help students feel safe and prepared to learn.  


CPSD also partners with Hazel Health to provide students with FREE 24/7 mental and physical health support. Students can sign up for virtual appointments with health care providers that include private and confidential therapy sessions. Hazel's expert therapists can help with stress, bullying, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and more. 


If your student is facing mental health challenges, please talk to them and discuss the resources available at their school. Here is an additional list of resources to help students thrive socially and emotionally as they learn:



For more information on how you can support your student’s mental health at home, please visit Social Emotional Resources on our district website.