Mental Health and Wellness Community Resources


The Campbell-Savona Central School District website provides information and links to various mental health and wellness resources for the convenience of our students, families, and staff. It's important to note that while we strive to offer valuable and diverse options, the inclusion of these resources does not imply endorsement or recommendation by the Campbell-Savona Central School District.

We recognize that mental health and wellness are complex and deeply personal matters, and what works for one individual may not be suitable for another. Therefore, users are encouraged to exercise their own discretion and judgment when utilizing these resources.

Furthermore, the list of resources provided on our website is not exhaustive. There may be other valuable resources available that are not included here.

It's advisable for individuals to consult with qualified professionals or seek guidance from trusted sources before making decisions regarding their mental health and wellness. The Campbell-Savona Central School District is committed to supporting the well-being of our community members, and we hope that these resources serve as a helpful starting point on your journey towards mental health and wellness.


Contact this phone number for information and referrals to social services and other local resources.


Food and Nutrition Resources

Household food security is considered to exist when all the members of a family, at all times, have access to enough food for an active, healthy life.


Insurance Information

Information regarding NY State low-cost health insurance.


Preventative Services

Routine health care that includes screenings, check-ups, and patient counseling to prevent illnesses, disease, or other health problems.


Domestic Violence Support

Services and supports to provide domestic violence victims with education, housing, support groups, legal advocacy, among other resources.


Mental Health Support Resources

Support that aims to protect and promote well-being and/or prevent or treat mental health conditions.  Services can be general (aimed at preventing the onset or increase of psychological distress) or specific (aimed at treating mental health conditions).


Center for Dispute Settlement

These organizations provide alternative dispute resolution (ADR) or mediation services. These services typically assist individuals with resolving conflicts outside of a courtroom. Mediators can be attorneys or other individuals trained in mediation and dispute resolution tactics.


Local Healthcare Agencies

 Suggestions if you are looking for a primary care provider or specialist in the area.



The mode of delivering health care services and public health via information and communication technologies to facilitate the diagnosis, consultation, treatment, education, care management, and self-management of a patient's health care.


Parenting Supports

Resources and agencies offering  education and support to empower parents to nurture children and build strong and resilient families.



Area agencies offering evaluation and diagnostic support for a variety of developmental and mental health-based needs.


Post-Graduation Support

Programs and resources available to help students identify and achieve academic, career, or vocational goals after graduation.


Housing Support

Resources in the community support long and short-term housing needs.


Wellness Resources in our Community

Local places for both students and adults to go to be able to promote a healthier lifestyle.