Social Emotional Learning
As your Social Emotional Learning team, we are here to
support you in the best way that we can.
We can be reached via phone or email
You can also schedule a phone call appointment with us through email.
If you are a student or the parent/guardian of a
student who is experiencing an immediate
mental health crisis, please contact mobile crisis at 216-623-6888
- School Counselors
- Social Workers
- SEL Interventionists
- Mental Health Therapists
School counselors provide support in the areas of academic, career and social/emotional development. School counselors provide these supports through classroom lessons, small group and individual sessions.
School: 440-439-1500 ext 3716
School: 440-439-1500 ext 4364
School: 440-439-1500 ext 6788
School: 440-439-1500 ext 7214
School: 440-439-1500 ext. 6511
School: 440-439-1500 ext 3335
School: 440-439-1500 ext 7218
School: 440-439-1500 ext 3548
School: 440-439-1500 ext 4473
School: 440-439-1500 ext 3564
School: 440-439-1500 ext 6640
School psychologists are uniquely qualified members of school teams that support students' ability to learn and teachers' ability to teach. They apply expertise in mental health, learning and behavior to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally and emotionally.
School social workers are trained mental health professionals, who assist students, families, and staff in addressing concerns relating to social, emotional, academic, environmental or cultural barriers to increase a student’s adjustment or achievement. Expertise is applied through consultations, assessments, individual support, small groups, and referrals.
Mental Health Therapists provide short-term individual and/or group counseling to assist students with a wide variety of mental health, emotional and behavioral disorders. We work with school staff and community partners to deliver appropriate mental health services and referrals.
Contact your school social worker to share your clothing needs.
The community Resource Room is open at Bedford High School on Wednesdays with scheduled appointments only. Once a month, there will be evening appointments. If you need an appointment outside of these times, please contact your school social worker.
All dates and times are subject to change.
* Important: Please call the (NON-mobile) food pantries below to confirm that the hours have not changed. We do our best to provide full information and details, but food pantries often change their hours without notifying us. We do not want you to waste your time visiting a pantry that is not open. Please call as this information may have changed due to Covid-19
Greater Cleveland Food Bank Community Resource Center, 15500 S Waterloo Rd.: This new community resource center will feature a health client-choice pantry open evenings and weekends. There will be food distribution in the form of a free-choice market, which will resemble a grocery store and allow for a shopping experience. Several local organizations will have a presence in the new facility, including: MetroHealth, Ohio Means Jobs, Shoes and Clothes for Kids, Legal Aid Society, and Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, among others.
South Haven Church of Christ - Hunger Network Site: Serves Residents of Bedford, Bedford Heights, Bentleyville, Glenwillow, Maple Heights, Oakwood, Solon and Walton Hills. Generally, income should be 200% of the Federal Poverty Limit or less. Households that do not meet the income guidelines but have extenuating circumstances such as loss of income or some other financial hardship) may be served on a case-by-case basis. Documentation Required: Proof of Address/Residency: Current postmarked utility bill, Ohio Works First OWF) statement, or other official document such as that received from Social Security). Proof of Income: Public assistance benefit letter, Social Security benefit letter, Medicaid Card or paycheck stub. If income is beyond the guidelines, you must bring proof of extraordinary medical expenses. Proof of Family Size: Birth certificates, Medicaid/Medical cards, or school enrollment forms for each member of the household). Photo I.D. For a client AND his or her representative, if disabled.) However, individuals can be served once
Pantry Hours: Thursdays: 9:00am-11:45am; Last Saturday of the month: Call for times
Contact Via Phone: 440-232-5155
Location: 415 Northfield Road, Bedford, Ohio 44146
Messiah International Ministries: Serves Residents of 44128, 44137, 44146. Documentation Required: I.D. for each family member. Types accepted are: Photo I.D. or State I.D. Ohio) for adults, Birth certificate for minors; Proof of residency: utility bill or other mail with name and address.
Pantry Hours: 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month: 10:00am-1:00pm
Contact Via Phone: 440-735-3473
Location: 98 Center Road, Bedford, Ohio 44146
Church of The Resurrection: Serves Residents of 44022, 44023, 44128 in Warrensville Heights, Highland Hills and North Randall, 44139 and 44146 in Bedford, Bedford Heights and Oakwood Village. Documentation Required: Photo I.D.; Proof of address/residency
Food pantry service hours: By appointment
Contact via phone: 440-248-0980
Location: 32001 Cannon Road, Solon, Ohio 44139
Word of Righteousness Family Life Center: Serves Residents of 44105, 44125, 44128, 44131, 44137, and 44146 who are low income, according to The Emergency Food Assistance Program at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines). Documentation Required: Proof of address/residency
Food pantry service hours: 1st Saturday of every month: 12:00pm-2:00pm
Contact via phone: 216-365-3336
Location: 13455 Dressler Avenue, Garfield Heights, Ohio 44125
Christian Hope Church of God in Christ Outreach Ministry: Serves residents of Cuyahoga County who is low income or unemployed. Preference will be given to those individuals living in the area that extends from E 93rd St. near Broadway and Miles Ave. on the west to E 146th St. and Miles Ave. on the east. Clients can only receive service once per month. Documentation Required: Proof of income and I.D.
Food pantry service hours: 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month: 11:00am-1:00pm
Contact via phone: 216-431-6989
Location: 2424 E. 79th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44104