K-12 Virtual Health Care Program

Our program helps public and private schools, as well as independent K-12 school districts, support student health initiatives.

How the K-12 Virtual Care Program Helps School-Aged Students & Families

We do so by partnering with key student services personnel to provide confidential and professional counseling for behavioral health concerns that may affect students personally or impact their performance at school, including:

  • Drug Abuse from Prescription Medication and Recreational Drugs

  • Stress Related to Coursework

  • Alcohol-Related Problems

  • Cultural Diversity Issues

  • Transition and/or Adjustment Issues

  • Anger Management Issues

  • Eating Disorders and/or Body Image Concerns

  • Suicidal or Homicidal Ideations

Staggering k-12 Statistics

Mental Health Issues by the Numbers

Mental health of your students affects your teachers, their families, and your community.

of 14 to 18 year olds have a mental health crisis each year, which includes self-injury, suicide ideation, or attempted suicide.

of teens have been victims of cyberbullying

increase in clinical depression
for 12 to 17 year olds between 2005 and 2017