• Northridge High School Counseling Team 

     

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    IMPORTANT LINKS:

    Senior Year Information

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    Naviance Student Login

    New students - click here to complete your course selection survey

     

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    Counseling caseloads are set by last name or by program. Listed below are general caseloads, but be sure to check your student schedule for your assigned counselor. 

    • Alpha A - G: Bri Smith (970) 348-5222
      • Book an appointment with Mrs. Smith here
    • Alpha H - P: Bethany Balderrama (970) 348-5295 
      • Book an appointment with Mrs. Balderrama here
    • Alpha Q - R: Roxana Magana (970) 348-5224
      • Book an appointment with Ms. Magana here
    • Alpha S - Z and STEM students: Hannah Hurlburt (970) 348 - 5309
      • Book an appointment with Ms. Hurlburt here
    • Counseling Secretary & Registrar: Angie Cline (970) 348-5218 

     

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     NAVIANCE STUDENT
     
    Click here to access Naviance Student Login (User Name & Password - what you use to log-in to District 6 computers & Infinite Campus, etc.)
     
     
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    SUICIDE RESOURCES
    For Emergencies Dial 911
     
    Other Resources 
    • Northrange Behavioral Health Crisis #: (970) 347-2120
    • National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-2433
    • Suicide Education and Support Services (SESS): 970.313.1089
    • National Suicide Hotline: 800.273.TALK (8255)

    What Can You Do to Help Someone You Think Might Be Suicidal?

    Listen to what they have to say:

    • Don’t make judgments
    • Allow the person to talk and tell their story
    • Offer support, empathy, and compassion
    Try to ask questions and get a feel for how the person is feeling:
    • Is the person having suicidal thoughts?
    • Is the person thinking of committing suicide?
    • Do they have a plan?
    • Ask questions that are honest, direct, and to the point.
    • Don’t agree to keep secrets.
    • Try to remain calm and avoid appearing alarmed.
    Take Action:
    • Seek professional help: Call 911 in an emergency and the suicide hotline for further assistance: 1-(800) 273-TALK (8255)
    • Do not leave the individual alone and remove any potential weapons or items the person may use to harm themselves.
    • Don’t promise false statements of home and let the person know there are other options available to them.
    • Help the person make an appointment for treatment and follow up that appointment was scheduled.

    Alcohol & Drug Abuse:

    Alcohol & Drug Abuse Hotline: 1-800-252-6465 (ALCOHOL)