ACADEMIC SUPPORT RESOURCES
SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL & MENTAL WELL-BEING
Kandace Kyere, MSW, LSW
I support students & families at PCRHS by: Providing a safe and uplifting space for students work through feelings of anxiety (worry), depression (sadness), anger, frustration, grief, hopelessness, and many others. We problem solve, focus on their strengths, and explore healthy ways to cope with what they are experiencing. I also make referrals to our school based mental health partners (Hope Haven), and I connect students and families with our school pantry and/or other community resources. Essentially, I work alongside students and parents to find ways to decrease the social, emotional, and situational barriers that may be impacting their ability to thrive at school or attend school each day. Parents are welcome to reach out to me if they are concerned with their child’s social or emotional well-being and/or need assistance with finding community resources. I look forward to connecting with you!
Providence Cristo Rey is committed to providing our students and families with all of the resources they need to succeed and thrive. Learn more about our counselors and the services the provide!
Hotlines to call:
Indiana Crisis Text Line:Text "IN" to 741-741
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (English) and 1-888-628-9454 (Spanish)
Suicide Prevention Text Line: Text "HELPNOW" to 20121
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 or Text "Loveis" to 22522
Trevor Project Helpline (For LGBTQ Youth): 866-488-7386 or text "START" to 678-678
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673
How to Contact:
Office: 317-860-1000 ext. 127
Work Cell: 317-734-8098 (call/text)
COLLEGE & CAREER RESOURCES
Chelsea Ward, MsEd
College and Career Counseling at Providence Cristo Rey provides each student with the opportunity to effectively plan and prepare for college. As the college and career counselor, I am extremely dedicated to providing personalized guidance and comprehensive knowledge and support to all students throughout the college enrollment process or with their chosen career path. Ultimately, the goal is for every student to attend a college/university (or find a career) that is the best fit for their needs personally, academically and financially after graduation. College is a transformational journey, and I am very invested in each student’s ability to succeed and ultimately achieve their educational and professional goals.