SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL & MENTAL WELL-BEING
The Social Worker also known as our Student Support Counselor, Erica Terry supports students & families at PCRHS by Providing a safe and uplifting space for students to 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. The Social Worker also make referrals to our school-based mental health partners (Hope Haven and Aspire), and Social Worker connects students and families with our school pantry and/or other community resources. Essentially, we 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 the Social Worker if they are concerned with their child’s social or emotional well-being and/or need assistance with finding community resources. We look forward to connecting with you!
Erica Terry, MS, MSW
The Student Support Counselor, Natasha Graham, serves as our Social Worker, providing invaluable assistance to both students and families within PCRHS. Her role involves creating a secure and uplifting environment for students to navigate emotions such as anxiety, depression, anger, frustration, grief, and hopelessness. Through collaborative problem-solving, emphasis on strengths, and exploration of healthy coping mechanisms, Natasha aids students in managing their emotional challenges.
Additionally, the Social Worker facilitates connections between students and families and our school-based mental health partners, namely Hope Haven and Aspire. Furthermore, she links students and families to our school pantry and other community resources, reinforcing our commitment to comprehensive support. Working in tandem with students and parents, we strive to diminish social, emotional, and situational obstacles that might hinder their academic progress and regular attendance.
Parents are encouraged to engage with the Social Worker if they have concerns regarding their child's emotional well-being, or social development, or if they require assistance in locating community resources. We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to engage and collaborate with you!
Natasha Graham, MS, MSW
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 or ext. 129
Work Cell: 317-734-8098 (call/text)
COLLEGE & CAREER RESOURCES
Margaret Zeh Fulford
Director of College and Alumni Advising
At Providence Cristo Rey, our College and Career Counseling program is designed to empower each student in effective college planning and career preparation. In my role as the college and career counselor, I am fully committed to delivering personalized guidance and comprehensive assistance to all students as they navigate the college enrollment process or explore their chosen career paths.
The overarching objective is to ensure that every student discovers a college, university, or career option that aligns perfectly with their personal, academic, and financial aspirations post-graduation. Recognizing that the college experience is transformative, I am deeply invested in each student's capacity to thrive and realize their educational and professional ambitions.