CONTACT

Devin Colley

Devin Colley, Director of School Safety & Mental Health

colleyd@mygcsd.org

352-463-3200

Jennifer Poole, LMHC

poolej@mygcsd.org

Regina Freeman, LCSW

freemanr@mygcsd.org

RESILIENCY CHARACTER TRAIT

Responsible Decision Making

Thinking about all options and outcomes, then making the best  choice.

MENTAL HEALTH

Mental Health is a vital component of every child's experience within our school district.  Gilchrist County School District leaders take the overall wellness of students very seriously.  Mental health awareness is a continued focus.  Please access the links below for more information on a variety of mental health topics. 

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Gilchrist County is a “Child Trafficking Free Zone.” For further information click the following links:

Child Trafficking

Child Abuse

Additional Resources

Mental Health Counseling- “Life Skills that build confidence, support mental and emotional health, and enable students to overcome challenges, including self-awareness and self-management, responsible decision making, resiliency, relationship skills, and conflict resolution, and understanding and respecting each other viewpoints and backgrounds.” 

Base Education

Zones of Regulation Social Skills Curriculum For Grades K-5

Overcoming Obstacle

If you would like to have your child seen for counseling, contact their school guidance counselor.

  • If you need mental health counseling, please call:

    • Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc: (352) 374-5600

    • Palms Medical Group

    • Panhandle Therapy Center (850) 674-8888

  • If you need immediate help, call:

    • Crisis Hotline: (352) 264-6789 OR 1-800-273-TALK(8255)

  • Open 24 hours/365 days:

    • Mobile Response Team: (352) 374-5600, Option 1