See how Care Solace helps organizations provide equitable access to mental health care.
Public Health Director, Sue Rosa, saw a flier for Care Solace at a local school, and after meeting with the school district’s leadership to learn more, she immediately began exploring the resource for the city.
When the pandemic hit in 2020, the district learned it had some blind spots around student mental health. With Care Solace’s partnership, they made mental health a district priority.
Wayne-Westland School District partners with Care Solace to ease the burden of time-consuming care coordination.
Through Wayne-Westland Community Schools' partnership with Care Solace, Hamilton Elementary School's social worker refers families to Care Solace when they need immediate and long-term mental health care support.
After a devastating parade attack, the Waukesha School District needed more mental health support than ever before.
Riverside City College, a higher education institution in California, partnered with Care Solace to help the primary on-campus provider meet growing mental health needs.
The impact of a natural disaster left staff members at Chico Unified overwhelmed with student needs. The district partnered with Care Solace for immediate support.
Working collaboratively with Care Solace, Valley View School District 365U's team now has the capacity to support every community member.