Wellness Center


Wellness Guidance

Providing resources to support students and families in meeting the challenges of adolescence through prevention, early-intervention and education.


How Troubies Can Make the Most of Their Summer

  • Set Some Personal or Academic Goals – this could include improving in a subject, reading a certain number of books, or developing a new skill.
  • Reflect on the Year – take some time to reflect on this past school year. What did you learn? What would you like to improve upon?

Personal Counseling Services

SFHS offers confidential counseling on-campus and connects students and families to vital community resources.

Common issues addressed include:

  • Academic Stress
  • Parent/Child Communication
  • Peer Relationships
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Body Image
  • Grief and Loss
  • Substance Abuse
  • Resiliency and Self-Advocacy

Students may access the Wellness Counselor through referral from a Guidance Counselor, Parent, Teacher, Peer, or Self-Referral. Learn More


Hotlines for Students and Parents

Alcohol and Drug Helpline: 1.800.527.5344
​Al-Anon and AlaTeen: 1.888.425.8666
Crisis Support Services (24/7): 1.800.309.2131
National Domestic Violence Hotline/Child Abuse (24/7): 1.800.422.4453
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7): 1.800.273.8255 or 988 (effective 7/16/22)
National Teen Dating Abuse: 1.866.331.9474
Parental Stress (24/7): 1.888.281.3000
Youth Crisis Line (24/7): 1.800.843.5200
Youth Line (teenagers answer calls 4-8:00 pm weekdays): 1.888.977.3399


Health Education

SFHS provides programs related to health and emotional well being in an effort to build a safe and strong community.

  • Student Assemblies (Internet Safety  and Body Image)
  • Class Meetings
  • Speakers/Films/Author Events
  • St. Francis High School Teacher Training and Parent  Presentations
  • Parent Forums – Subject Specific

Counseling Self-Referral

The St. Francis High School Guidance Department understands that life sometimes presents challenges to our ability to stay balanced and centered in our day to day experiences. During difficult times, additional support can offer the breathing room we need to help us make sense of our circumstances. If you feel you are in need of additional support, (Academic, Emotional, Social, Physical, Financial or any non-emergency support) please drop into the Guidance Center or email your Guidance counselor for an appointment.