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Community Resources

Mrs. Oliva and Mr. Hallauer are available during the school day to meet with students. If you or your Saint would like to meet with them, you can either e-mail them or call them to set up a time to talk.
Mrs. Oliva's phone number is 913-319-2457.
Mr. Hallauer's phone number is 913-319-2418.
E-mails and voicemails cannot be returned immediately. If you are in a crisis, please call one of the crisis numbers below.
Johnson County and the larger Kansas City metro community also have multiple resources to handle a variety of problems. 
Crisis Phone Numbers
Mental Health Emergency JoCo Mental Health Emergency Services 913-268-0156
Crisis Support National Crisis Text Line 741-741
Crisis Support Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
Suicide Prevention Headquarters Counseling Center 785-841-2345
Domestic Violence Refuge SafeHome 913-262-2868
Sexual Assault Metro Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) 816-531-0233
Domestic Violence Hotline KC Metro Domestic Violence Hotline 816-HOTLINE
Child Abuse Kansas Protection Report Center 800-922-5330
Police (non-emergency) Johnson County Sheriff 913-782-0720
Emergency Shelters The Salvation Army 816-756-1455
Youth Shelters Synergy House 816-741-8700
Homeless Hotline City Union Mission 816-474-4599
Homeless Youth Services KidsTLC SOS Youth Hotline 913-324-3619
Free Health Clinic Free Health Partnership Clinic 913-648-2266
Legal Assistance Kansas Legal Services 913-621-0200
Mental Health Services
Crisis / Response Comprehensive Mental Health Services 888-279-8188
Outreach Johnson County Mental Health 913-826-4200
Outreach Wyandot Center 913-233-3300
Self-Help Groups Kansas City CARE Clinic 816-753-5144
Substance Abuse Valley Hope Association 913-432-4037
Substance Abuse KC Area Central Office 816-471-7229
Parent Support
Student Services Associated Youth Services 913-831-2820
Child Care Referrals Child Care Aware of Kansas 785-823-3343
Parent Training Parent-Adolescent Children Empowerment Services 913-328-4803
Family Support Services Catholic Charities 816-221-4377
Religious / Spiritual Support St. Luke's Hospital Spiritual Wellness 816-923-2180
Grief Counseling Solace House 913-341-0318
Parent Helpline (24 hours) 800-Children 1-800-Children
Alcohol Addiction 844-292-4933
Most of the information on this page is from ASIST, a division of Living Works. If you see any information that is inaccurate, please let Mrs. Oliva or Mr. Hallauer know via e-mail. 
Finding a Counselor

I don’t recommend certain counselors to everyone for everything because there are too many factors to consider. Instead, please visit PsychologyToday and use their Find a Therapist tool. You can filter results based on 

  • Location / range
  • Insurance providers accepted
  • Issue
  • Style of therapy
  • And other factors

While one person may love a certain counselor, another person may have a personality clash. Their bios can tell you a lot about their style. So I encourage you to scroll through several options and see who seems like a nice fit.

The Archdiocese of Kansas City Kansas also has a list. From that website: The following counselors / psychotherapists have solemnly pledged that they are Catholics who follow the teachings and authority of the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. They have firmly pledged to follow Catholic teachings in their lives, and to encourage their Catholic clients to live these out as well. This listing is not an endorsement of their counseling methods or effectiveness. You can find that list here.

Local Mental Health Providers

Though some providers specialize in a certain issue (such as grief or addiction), most offer a variety of services for different issues because many issues are intertwined.

Child Abuse or Sexual Abuse Help + Tips

from MOCSA (Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault)

from RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
Domestic Violence Resources

Drug Addiction Resources

from the Hazelden Betty Ford Clinic


Other Helpful Websites

  • has a Family Resource Center "to help you support children who are struggling with mental health, behavior or learning challenges." 

These links were gathered from a variety of sources. If any of the links do not work or if you have other sources you believe could be helpful, please contact Mr. Hallauer or Mrs. Oliva.