Stress Management, Social & Emotional Wellness, and other helpful Resources
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Daily Calm

Are you feeling overwhelmed? The Daily Calm may help you. Check it out here:

Social Emotional Learning

SEL resources for Parents, Educators, and School Communities related to COVID-19.

Stress Relief

Need Help Right Away?

Call 9-1-1. If you are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1 and emergency help will be dispatched to you.

Text 741-74. Confidentially text with someone at the Crisis Text Line whenever you need help. Licensed professionals are available 24/7.

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The staff at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can provide help during all sorts of crisis situations.

Lenawee Counseling Resources

Lenawee County Resources: Community Mental Health 

Lenawee Co. Resource Guide

 

Ways to Cope in Trying Times

Self Care for Kids

MIndfulness

Online Resources

Career Exploration

What do you want to do after graduation? It's a question adults ask all the time, but what if you don't know? Don't worry - you have plenty of time to explore your interests and learn more about the wide variety of career options available to you.

Career Cruising is a self-exploration website tool that helps students discover their interests and career options.

Michigan's Hot 50 through 2026 – This publication highlights Michigan’s high-demand, high-wage careers

Michigan's Career Outlook through 2026 – Visit for information about in-demand occupations.

Regional Hot Jobs for 2024 – Look for information on in-demand jobs for each of Michigan’s 10 Prosperity Regions, highlighting occupations that are projected to have long-term job growth, job openings, and strong wages.

MI Construction Careers - Think you could be interested in a career as an ironworker, plumber, pipefitter, electrician, millwright or other trades worker? This site has great information about trade careers in Michigan.

I'm Bored List

10 No-Internet Activities