• Concord Counseling Logo Concord Counseling Services, in partnership with New Albany- Plain Local Schools, periodically offers a variety of programs to middle school and high school parents and students within the school district. Prevention services can benefit all students! The goal is to foster healthy, adaptive coping skills to more effectively manage life stressors.

    Mental Health Services

    Hailey Fletcher, Mental Health Specialist, Concord Counseling

    Support services offered to students by school counselor referral.  Ms. Fletcher can provide crisis prevention, intervention services, coordinate with outside treatment providers, and re-entry support from programs or hospitalization.

    Brooke Holcomb, Mental Health Specialist

    Mental health services are provided to students who have an identified disability and are currently being served through special education programming. Students with a demonstrated need for behavioral and emotional support will be seen by Mrs. Holcomb. Mrs. Holcomb can provide crisis prevention, intervention services, or coordinate with outside treatment providers. Referrals for mental health support are a part of the special education process.

     Prevention services

    Laura Vermilion, Prevention Clinician

    Prevention services are designed to inform, educate, demonstrate skills, and reduce risk behaviors in students. Ms. Vermilion can provide short-term individual or group skill-building sessions to assist a student with a particular concern. Ms. Vermilion also provides suicide/self-harm risk assessments and can link families to community-based counseling services. Referrals for prevention services must be made through a school counselor or administrator.

    Substance use prevention

    Natalie May, Prevention Clinician

    Miss May works with students who are seeking education about preventing the use of drugs/alcohol/tobacco and developing refusal skills. She also works with students who are experimenting with drugs/alcohol/tobacco to educate and prevent them from abusing or becoming addicted. In addition to seeing students individually and in small groups, Miss May often provides substance use education lessons to classrooms.