Resources

  • Depression 

    Depression affects approximately 5% of children and adolescents. If you suspect that your child may be suffering from depression please consult the resources below for more information and feel free to contact their appropriate grade-level counselor.

Drug and Alcohol Use

  • Unfortunately, many children are first exposed to drugs and alcohol during their middle and high school years. Educating yourself on this topic and talking to your children can help prevent drug and alcohol use and abuse.

Anxiety

  • Anxiety can be a normal reaction to the stress and pressures our children experience on a daily basis. The links below will provide you with helpful information to determine if your child may be experiencing more than this typical anxiety and what you can do to help them.

Grief and Loss

  • Dealing with grief and loss is difficult at any age, but it can have a tremendous emotional impact on children that manifests both at home and school. While the counselors at Keith Valley are committed to supporting students struggling with grief and loss during the school day, the links below may provide helpful tips for families to utilize at home.

Local Community Resources

  • The information provided below, has been given by NHS Human Services of Montgomery County as an informational courtesy only. Therapist or agency apperance on this list does not imply endorsement or specific recommendation by NHS Human Services of Montgomery County, Hatboro-Horsham School District or its representatives. 

  • Abington Memorial Hospital- Creekwood Center

  • Barry Lessin, M. Ed., CACD

  • Center for Family Development

  • Council for Relationships

  • Dr. Joanne Kaminski

  • Dr. Kimball Magoni

  • Dr. Michael Montanaro

  • Dr. Tamar Chansky

  • Family Services of Montgomery County

  • Foundations Behavioral Health

  • Fredericka Tate, M.D.

  • Friends Hospital

  • NHS Human Services of Montgomery County

  • Omni Health Services

  • Penn Foundation