Confidentiality is important to the counseling process. Students and adults who work with the social workers/psychologist must feel that their concerns are being held in confidence. However, state law does mandate that parents/guardians will be notified if a student’s health and/or safety are a concern.
Collins’ guidance department consists of one social worker and one school psychologist. The guidance program is designed to serve the academic, social and emotional needs of all students.
ALL students at Collins can receive assistance in:
PARENTS can receive help in:
How can you make use of the guidance program at Collins?
District 54 Community Closet and Food Pantry
District 54 offers a community closet and food pantry for our students and their families who are in need of free clothes or food. You can obtain access to the community closet and food pantry by contacting Frost’s Guidance Department.
Area Food Pantries
Community Counseling Support
We have a comprehensive list of community agencies that provide support groups for grief and loss, family, group and/or individual counseling. Please contact Collins’ Guidance Department for further information.
Financial and Housing Assistance