Mental Health / Social Resources for Individuals and Families
Neshaminy School District is committed to supporting the well-being of every student, staff member and our Neshaminy families. The following are links to resources in Bucks County and Pennsylvania that might be useful during the COVID-19 closures.
If you are in a crisis situation, please call 911.
Bravery and Resilience During Covid-19 webcast
Click here to view the archived video of a special live webcast for Neshaminy families featuring Dr. Katherine Dahlsgaard from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Bravery and Resilience During Covid-19 is the title of her presentation on handling the every day challenges parents and their children are facing during this pandemic.
Bucks County 211
If you are looking for social service resources, please call 211 on your phone to be connected with a Bucks County specialist that can connect you with thousands of resources such as food, housing, utilities, support groups and transportation. You can also text 898-211. TTY and language services are available.
DHS Mental Health Support Line
toll-free, 24/7 at 1-855-284-2494
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services is partnering with the Center for Community Resources to offer a 24/7 mental health and crisis support line for people dealing with anxiety or other difficult emotions. Callers will be able to speak with staff who are trained in trauma-informed principles and will listen, assess the person’s needs, triage, and refer to other local supports and professionals as needed.
This website features a comprehensive list of social service providers, treatment centers, and information on substance abuse prevention and treatment.
Pennsylvania Covid-19 resource page
This website posted by US Senator Bob Casey offers a comprehensive list of resources available from the Commonwealth including housing, employment and unemployment assistance, food assistance, veteran affairs, seniors, people with disabilities, children and more.