Responsive Services

The Counselors at Roy High are committed in providing services to meet the immediate needs of students.  Counselors are available to help students before/after school and during both lunches without appointments.  Please schedule an appointment if you would like to meet during class time.  To make an appointment, call 801-476-3619.

Response to Intervention Plan

FERPA Law – Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act:  FERPA District Memo

By Federal Law, counselors are required to disclose the following issues:

*  Drug or Alcohol Use

*  Abuse Issues

*  Pregnancy

*  Harm to self (real or potential)

*  Harm to others (real or potential)

NOTE:  Roy High Counselors are primarily used for academic and crisis counseling.  Utah Department of Education does not allow school counselors to provide long-term counseling services.

Support Groups

The following groups are held on an as needed basis.  Talk to your counselor for details.

*  Tough times

*  Girl Empowerment

*  Multicultural

*  Others as needed

To participate in Roy High support groups, parents must sign a permission slip.  Groups are usually held once a week for six weeks.  Groups must have at least eight participants in order to be held.  Parent permission form – support groups

Roy High SRT (Student Response Team)  SRT Disclosure Statement

Community Resources:

Weber/Morgan Resource  Great resources to assist you in all areas of life!

211 Resource Quick Reference Guide  

Weber Human Services: Crisis Line 801-625-3700  (Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Autism and Aging Services for Youth and Families) No fee to Medicaid clients.  Fees to others are based on income and family size.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)  801-323-9900

Family-to-Family: for family members who have a loved one with a mental  illness.

  Bridges: for those individuals dealing with a mental illness.

Call or email to register for either class:  Leslie Richards, 801-625-3714 or  Held at Weber Human Services in Ogden.

Weber School District Resources  Includes Lifelines Suicide Prevention Curriculum.

QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer):  A Free and Evidence-Based Suicide Prevention Training.  Schedule a group training or get more info from Kristy Jones MPH, 801-387-7753 or   Trainings are an hour long and can be delivered at your site or at the health department.  Great for worksites, religious groups, community organizations, youth groups, etc.

National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Be a Friend Anonymous Text Line: Text 274637 Keyword: Friends Roy High to report any concerns.

Suicide Text Line:

U of U Crisis Line: 801-587-3000 – Free 24-hour crisis support.

American Foundation for Suicide

Legacy Suicide Survivors Support Network:  Non-profit, peer, grief support network for anyone who has lost someone to suicide.  Legacy is a part of Northern Utah HOPE (Hold On, Persuade, Empower).  Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month from 6:30 – 8:30 PM for adults at A Center for Grieving Children Building 1724 East 5600 South, South Ogden UT.  Join them on Facebook at Legacy Suicide Survivors Group.

Midtown Community Health Center:  Need help enrolling your child on Medicaid or CHIP? Set up an appointment with an Outreach & Enrollment Specialist by calling 801-393-5355.  More info found here:

Prevent Child Abuse Utah: Toll-Free abuse reporting hotline 855-323-3237.  Learn more at

Child Services Society:  Adoption resources as well as help for gaining guardianship.  Support groups available for grandparents raising grandchildren.  More information found here:

The Family Support Center of Ogden: 801-393-3113 – Support for step-families. 3340 So. Harrison Blvd. Suite 100 Ogden, UT



A Different Kind of College Prep

Teens should be able to handle several basic tasks on their own before college. Feeling comfortable with these tasks is particularly important for students with pre-existing mental health issues:

  • Make doctor/dentist appointments.
  • Get enough sleep—without parental prodding.
  • Make travel reservations and get to the airport or train station.
  • Advocate for themselves with teachers and other authority figures.
  • Manage a budget.
  • Manage emotional upheavals.


Source: Anne Marie Albano, Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders

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