Student Health Centers
PPS partners with Multnomah County Student Health Centers (SHCs) to keep high school students healthy and focused on school at no cost to students. There are 10 SHC’s throughout Multnomah County, but the closest to Wilson is at Cleveland HS. Watch the video to learn more:
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Sprint 1Million Project
Free Wireless Service for Eligible Students With network support from Sprint, the 1Million Project is providing one million eligible high school students across the country with 100% free mobile devices and free high-speed Internet for up to four years. This is a completely free program. . . . Find out more here.
Private psychological counseling providers
Click on the link for a list compiled by PPS.
Center for Family and Adolescent Research
The Center for Family and Adolescent Research is a branch of the Oregon Research Institute, a non-profit organization in Eugene with a 50-year history of conducting health and social science research. Clients who receive services at the center participate in outpatient therapy sessions free of charge. Clients also contribute to the Center's research efforts by participating in pretreatment and follow-up assessments, for which they are compensated monetarily.
The Dougy Center provides support and resources for teens and families dealing with loss. Services are provided free of charge.
The Adolescent Brain
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychology Facts for Families provides up-to-date information on issues that affect teens and their families. For help addressing common concerns family may have such as difficulty coping, sleep issues, drug and alcohol use, problems getting along with family or friends, search the AACAP website for advice and information.
PPS provides assessment and treatment services at no cost for students who may be struggling with drug and alcohol issues. PPS Insight Classes are available for students who have violated PPS drug and alcohol policies.
Dealing with Alcohol Use of Others
Al-Anon/Alateen provides support and encouragement for teens who are affected by someone else's drinking.
The Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) identifies young people who are experiencing psychosis and provides information and support.