Mental Health Resources
Virtual/on-site licensed mental health therapists from Centre for Wellbeing are accessible at Franklin Elementary School. Services are billed through the family's insurance, but don't let cost prevent care; financial help is available.
To learn more about the therapists, click on their bio:
Noreen Salzman, Centre for Wellbeing
To make a referral, please contact Sarah Nilles, Social Worker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-261-0005.
Good mental health is a state of balance in our thoughts, emotions, & behaviors. These signs may indicate that mental health therapy is right for your child:
· Low motivation
· Sudden changes in behavior/dress/friendships, eating and sleeping habits
· Anger, irritability, outbursts or irrational behavior that is out of character
· Sudden drop in grades
· Evidence of self-harm or suicidal comments
· Sadness that does not seem to go away
· High level of fear/worry/anxiety that go beyond what is typical for their developmental age
· Increased negative behaviors
· Poor hygiene
· Chronic peer/social issues
· Vomiting unrelated to illness
· Difficulty with concentration & attention, problems with short term memory
The Marathon County School-Based Counseling Consortium comprises of nonprofit and for-profit mental health clinics, public school districts, and community organizations. Consortium counseling agencies are able to provide on-site mental health counseling to students in all Marathon County public schools.
If you would like to refer your child for school-based counseling or would like more information, please complete the form to the left and a representative from your child's school will contact you.