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Mentee Support

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for you.

If you are a WOT mentee and feel you are in need of help, please know we are here for you. Your safety and wellbeing is our top priority. Please see the details below where you can reach out to connect and find guidance and resources. 

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Support Resources

If you think you have an emergency, call 911 immediately.
Do not rely on electronic communications through this website for immediate, urgent needs.
Your well being is our top priority. Connect with us.

Please call 2-1-1 to get connected with the right support.

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In life threatening emergency situations, ALWAYS dial 9-1-1

Call, text or chat with your local community resource specialist to help you find services and resources available

Alternatively dial 305.358.HELP

to be connected with the JCS of South Florida Helpline

National Runaway Safe line (At-Risk Youth)

American Family Housing

Contact Center, dial 3-1-1

Feeding South Florida

Miami Dade County Food Distribution

Drug Abuse National Helpline

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

Instructional Learning Plan hotline: 1-300-995-HELP(4357)

District Emergency Operations hotline: 1-305-995-3000

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Disaster Relief

Florida Department of Health (COVID-19)

Salvation Army

Catalyst Miami Catalyst Miami

Employment Resources

CareerSource South Florida

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The Children’s Bereavement Center

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In life threatening emergency situations, ALWAYS dial 9-1-1

Call, text or chat with your local community resource specialist to help you find services and resources available

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency

24-HR Crisis & Support 1-248-334-1274

Toll-Free Crisis Line1-877-922-1274

TTY LINE 1-248-972-2540

Haven – Oakland County

24-HR Help Line 734-722-6800

First Step – Wayne County

Turning Point – Macomb County



 

Common Ground



 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

 


 

Teen Hope Line

 


 

Common Ground Youth Sanctuary

 

Forgotten Harvest

Open to all families, not just DPSCD students

DPSCD Food Distribution

Detroit Recovery Project

Black Family Development

City of Detroit Health Department

Michigan Health Department

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