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North Union Local School District

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School Counselor

NUES School Counseling Department

School Counseling & Mental Health Services

We believe that all students can be prepared for the 21st century. Through our supportive and quality learning environment all students can reach his/her own levels of success. Throughout the school year we will visit classrooms and provide lessons to enhance social-emotional growth and well-being. We also lead small group counseling and offer short-term individual counseling. If you have a concern about your child, please contact us! 

The Mosaic Line

What is The Mosaic Line? - Call (833) 677-2428

  • A youth services info line for parents or guardians to ask mental health questions, receive support, and get connected to services in the community.

  • Families can reach out 24/7 for youth needs from routine to crisis.

  • If your child or family is experiencing a distressing situation and you need help right away, you will be connected with the Mobile Response Team (family peer supporter and licensed therapist) that can come to your home or location within one hour to provide immediate assistance and support!

The Mosaic Helpline is a central phone number that any Union County parent or primary caregiver who has a question about resources or services can call. It may be for support or education around small, but important, issues or something much bigger - such as a youth dealing with depression, anxiety, identity struggles, or feeling suicidal. Or, a family might be in intense distress and involved in multiple systems such as Children Services or the Juvenile Court. We are here to help and help you get connected to the right services and support in the community!

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School Navigator

School Navigators support children’s mental wellness in their school, partner with families, and can help connect families to mental health services in the community. At NUES, the school navigator conducts screening and provides brief intervention to referred students. In collaboration with the student’s family, the school navigator may make a referral for ongoing counseling with a mental health provider in the community. Please reach out to the school counseling department to learn more information and/or to connect with the school navigator. 

FREE Webinars on Student Mental Health

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In response to parent concerns about student health and well-being, Mental Health and Recovery Board of Union County 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. 

Click below to register! 

NUES Counseling Staff

Tammy Borders
School Counselor
Phone: (740) 943-1709

Madison Neel
School Counselor
Phone: (740) 943-1725

Lauren Fraysier
School Navigator
Phone: (740) 943-1708

Additional Resources

Blessings in a Backpack is available to students in preschool through fifth grade. Students enrolled in Blessings in a Backpack receive a bag of non-perishable food every week during the school year in a discreet and caring manner to bring home.  There is no cost associated to this program.  If you wish for your child to participate in the program, please  contact the school counseling department or main office at (740) 943-3113.