School district offers extra help to families through Care Solace service

The Clark County School District is continuing its mission to provide more mental health resources to students and staff.

This month, the district announced it is partnering with Care Solace, a support service that works with school districts.

Clark County families are adapting to another school year with COVID-19 restrictions.

The Clark County School District is continuing its mission to provide more mental health resources to students and staff.

This month, the district announced it is partnering with Care Solace, a support service that works with school districts.

Clark County families are adapting to another school year with COVID-19 restrictions.

“It’s okay to ask for help,” she said. “It’s okay to talk to somebody when you’re feeling upset.”

As students head further into the school year, Clark hopes parents will have more open conversations about safety restrictions and mental health.

“I think the biggest thing is fear of the unknown,” Clark said.

“If people are not willing to at least have the conversations and try to manage some of that emotional difficulty then it’s going to feel like you’re sinking,” he said.

Care Solace is offered to families with private insurance, Medicaid and it’s also available to families that have no insurance. Help is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year, and in any language.

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