This anonymous reporting system can used to report threats to the safety or well-being of students.
You can make a report in both English and Spanish by using any of the following options:
Through the SafeVoice Nevada app, available from the Apple Store or Google Play
Online at safevoicenv.org
Or call 1-833-216-SAFE (7233)
Care Solace is a complimentary and confidential care coordination service that can help you quickly find mental health or substance use treatment options matched to your needs regardless of circumstance.
If you or a family member are looking for help with mental health or substance use and would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:
- Call 888-515-0595. Support is available 24/7/365 in any language.
- You can also visit www.caresolace.com/ccsd to search on your own.
OR utilize 24/7/365 multilingual Care Companion Team.
If you choose to reach out to Care Companions, they will call providers on your behalf to ensure they meet your needs and schedule an appointment for you.
Click “book appointment” to speak with a Care Companion via phone, email, or video chat at any time.
Their help is free to you and your family members.
Care Solace has access to thousands of providers or programs that work with all insurances, Medicaid, or offer sliding scale or private payment.
Please see more information below.
Children's Mobile Crisis Response Team
24/7 - 365 days a year.
Supports youth and families of youth under the age of 18 showing signs of behavioral or mental health issues, including but not limited to: anger, self-injury, school problems, suicidal or homicidal thoughts or behavior, extreme parent/child conflict, seeing or hearing things, and/or depression and anxiety.
Crisis staff are available to provide support over the phone.
The Mobile Crisis Response Team can provide in-home support when needed and follow up care.
Crisis Support Services of Nevada
Call: 1-(800) 273-8255
Text: CARE TO 839863
Crisis Support Services of Nevada is ready to help you through any crisis whether you’re experiencing suicidal thoughts, need someone to talk to or are seeking help for someone you love. No crisis is too small. You do not have to be suicidal to call. You define your crisis.
You can also text HOME to 741741 (Crisis Text Line) to text with a trained Crisis Counselor www.crisistextline.org.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide Parent Portal
American Association for Suicidology - Youth Suicide Warning Signs
5 Steps to Keep Someone Thinking About Suicide Safe
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Safe Nest Crisis Hotline for Victims of Domestic Violence
Call or Text the 24/7 Hotline: 702-646-4981
Chat online at safenest.org
SafeNest is here to help you recognize abuse, determine ways to set safe boundaries and communicate with your abuser, create a Safety Plan, learn about legal resources, and connect you with emergency shelter and counseling services.
The Boys Town National Hotline®
Text: VOICE to 20121
The Boys Town Hotline is a crisis, resource, and referral number for kids and adults.
The Hotline is staffed by trained counselors who can give advice and guidance on a wide range of issues, including adolescent defiance, tantrums, substance abuse, and suicidal thoughts.
Spanish-speaking counselors and translation services for more than 100 languages also are available 24 hours
The Harbor is a Juvenile Assessment Center that houses several community providers all under one roof.
They provide assessments and services to youth and families to address their immediate and ongoing needs.
The Harbor provides assessments to determine the needs of each youth.
Once the needs are determined, The Harbor staff will connect youth and families with appropriate services to address those needs.
They refer families to the following services:
Mental Health Counseling
Substance Abuse Counseling
Food and clothing assistance
Mental Health Awareness
Born this Way Foundation - Born This Way looks forward, toward a future that supports the wellness of young people through an evidence-based approach that is fiercely kind, compassionate, accepting, and inclusive.
Hope Means Nevada - is about raising awareness around mental health and teen suicide. Their mission is to help provide access to mental health resources and a community of hope. The nonprofit Nevada Medical Center helped collaborate with more than 30 organizations and partners to take part in the campaign.
Mental Health Spectrum
This resource contains a plethora of information for youth and families.
Mental Health Spectrum
Please see the link below to the November issue of the Mental Health Spectrum focusing on Mental Health Fitness.
State and Local Nonprofit organizations and coalitions
List of National Organizations
Las Vegas hospitals
Mental Health professionals directory
Local shelter and transitional housing
Parents' Guide for Youth Mental Health in Nevada.
Hospital Guide for Youth Mental Health in Nevada.