RHS kids (and all school kids) can access counselling following shooting incident on school grounds

RHS sent out a note about access to counsellors for students.
This is good info to have - students can talk to someone who will help with anxiety and the feelings that a person gets after a scary event like what happened on school grounds the other day. 

"For student support, a phone line will be open today (Thurs Jan 7th) with mental health professionals from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please call 506-871-2872 or 506-871-0091 if you need counselling services. 

If students would prefer an in-person appointment or a telephone call with their designated school counsellor, please contact them via email, as outlined below. All appointments will operate under the current Orange Phase COVID-19 recovery guidelines.
Julie Doucette (Julie.doucette@nbed.nb.ca) for students with last names beginning with N-Z.
Kelly Hogan (kelly.hogan@nbed.nb.ca) for students with last names beginning with A-M.
Ewen Cameron (ewen.cameron@nbed.nb.ca) for any student.
If any AngloEast students and families require support outside of the school, here are a list of resources you can connect with, which can offer support and guidance:
- Riverview Child and Youth Team: 506-869-6095
- Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868 or text HELLO to 686868 or kidshelpphone.ca
- Atlantic Wellness: 382-0298 or via email at info@atlanticwellness.org
- Canadian Mental Health Association in Moncton: 859-8114
- Chimo 24 Hour Helpline: 1-800-667-5005 (text and live chat available as well)
- Beausejour Family Resource Centre: 533-9100 8:30a to 4:30p or 312-1542 from 4:30p to 8:30a
- Mental Health Mobile Crisis Team 12p to 10p 1-866-771-7760
For more information on how to talk to your child about critical events, please see the attached document."

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