Student and Family Resources

Student and Family Resources


Reynoldsburg City Schools has many internal and external resources available to support our students and families during their time in the district. Buildings are well-equipped with social workers, counselors, and school nurses to support the whole-child and their ability to access education. Contact information for student support personnel can be found within this page.


The Central Ohio community has many organizations and agencies to help families facing challenges. Some are located right here in Reynoldsburg, such as the HEART Food Pantry, which exclusively serves families who reside within the Reynoldsburg City School District boundaries.

Mental Health Crisis Resources 
  • Call
    • Franklin County Crisis Line (Nationwide Children's Hospital, 17 & under): 614-722-1800
    • Licking County Crisis Line Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-544-1601 (24 hours a day/7 days a week).  
    • Netcare Crisis Line (18 & over): 614-276-2273
    • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
  • TEXT
    • “4HOPE” to 741-741
Additional Emergency Services
  • Domestic Violence/Teen Dating Abuse Hotline: 1-(866)-331-9474              
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline : 1-(800)-799-7233 or Text LOVEIS to 22522 
  • Runaway Hotline:   1-(800)-786 2929                                                                            
  • Child Abuse Reporting Hotlines
    Franklin Cty. @ (614) 229-7000
     Licking Cty. @ (740)670-8888

Student Mental Health

The mental health of our students is a top priority, and there are school-based supports and community partners in place to help.

Click on the graphics or links below for information, strategies and resources to support a child’s mental health needs.
Identifying Student Mental Health
The process Reynoldsburg City Schools uses to support students' mental health
Graphic of Nationwide Childrens' Hospital presentation
How You Can Support Your Child In and Out of School
The Intersection of Mental Health and Technology
The Impact of Technology on Youth
Graphic of Judge Kimberly Cocroft slide presentation
The dangers of social media and how they intersect with the law.
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