Health Services

Parent Guidance - Mental Health Resources

In response to parent concerns about student health and well-being, St. Johns Public Schools is partnering with to deliver presentations developed by licensed therapists. This series will be virtual, interactive, and is designed to help parents and caregivers support students. Registration, attendance and interactions are kept totally anonymous from other viewers.

One-on-one Coaching is also Available:

Coaching is just what is sounds like; one-on-one help with a trained coach, helping you face issues with yourself or your family. Coaching is free and confidential.

Tri-County Community Health Guide

The development of this document was supported in part by cooperative agreement No. PS18-1807 with the Centers for Control and Prevention through Eaton Regional Education Service Agency. The opinions, findings, and conclusions expressed those of the presenter(s) and do not represent the views or official position of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Resources include Community Health Care Centers, Sexual Health Services, Mental/Behavioral Health Services, Tobacco and Vaping Quit Support, Support Groups, Support Lines, Physical Activity, Community Centers, Nutrition and Food Assistance 
Transportation, Housing Shelter/Transitional Housing, Relationship and Sexual Violence Support, Housing Assistance/Case Management, Personal Needs and Financial Assistance


MI HEARTSafe School Award

We are proud that all of our 7 school buildings have received the MI HEARTSafe School award! 

MI HEARTSafe Schools

MI HEARTSafe Schools have met standards to protect their students, staff and visitors in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Michigan Department of Education, Michigan High School Athletic Association, American Heart Association and Michigan Alliance for Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death of the Young (MAP-SCDY) designate these schools as MI HEARTSafe.


Below is a link to the presentation from March 7th, 2024 put on by CCRESA regarding Mental Health and School Saftey

CCRESA Community Conversation 2024