Support & Resources for Coping with Trauma

This experience is more than anyone can be expected to handle on their own. The mental and emotional health of our students, staff and school community is our primary focus and concern. We continue providing mental health resources to our students, staff and our entire school community.

Through a partnership with the Oakland County Schools and Oakland Community Health Network trauma counselors will be available at our schools for our staff and students, and any one in our school community can contact the following crisis hotlines at any time 1-800-231-1127 or 1-844-446-4225.  

Check out the website for the All for Oxford Resiliency Center for additional resources. You are also welcome to call the center at 248.653.5511 to schedule a meeting with one of their Victim Navigators to learn more about the support they can provide.
Hours of Operation


If you feel you or your child is now in need of long term, ongoing mental health support, you have three options available to you:

  • Work with your private insurance to find a provider.
  • Oakland Community Health Network's non-emergency service access team determines eligibility to receive public mental health supports, as well as assists people in navigating information about private insurance mental health needs. 

Non-Emergency Mental Health Services, Including Substance Use: 248.464.6363 Access is located at the OCHN Resource & Crisis Center (1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Bldg. 32 E, in Pontiac, MI 48326)

Hours of Operation: Monday & Thursday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm;
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

  • Additionally, a 24/7 Resource and Crisis helpline/text/chat remains available for anyone who would like to speak with professionally-trained Helpline volunteers from Common Ground at 1.800.231.1127 and 1.844.446.4225
If you call ANY of these numbers for support, translators of any language are available to assist. Language will NOT be a barrier to access support.