Parents Make the Difference


Suicide Prevention: 

If you or someone you know is considering suicide or self-harm, then please call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255  or  visit


For other mental health issues, please talk to your parent or guardian and reach out to your healthcare provider. There are many ways to get help online from home, with or without insurance. You can also text HOME to 741741 (Crisis Text Line) to text with a trained Crisis Counselor


To submit anonymous tips and reports during school closures, submit a SafeVoice at 1-833-216-SAFE or visit

Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers provide assistance via Telehealth Services. 

CCBHC's focus on person-centered and family-centered outpatient behavioral health services and primary care services for the whole family.

Parenting Resources:

Boys Town has transformed in-person to virtual parenting classes. 702-642-7070



Home Internet Access:




All RTC bus routes will follow Sunday schedule:



Southern Nevada Health District  


CCSD COVID-19 Information:  


Southern Nevada Federally Qualified Health Clinics:


United Way of Southern Nevada provides updated information and resources for food, shelter, utilities and more.


Contact the Counselor​

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950 North Tonopah Drive  *  Las Vegas, NV 89106   *   phone: 702-799-4740   *   fax: 702-799-4884