School Safety and Mental Health Services

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BCPS Mental and Emotional Health Video

Check out the BCPS Safe Schools and Mental Health Department serving students and supporting schools.

Welcome to the Bullitt County Public Schools School Safety and Mental Health Services Department. Here we support students, families, teachers and the community to advocate for the safest environment possible for Bullitt County. Safety is our NUMBER ONE prioirity and students matter most. We are never satisfied with the efforts we continue to strive for- our students and families deserve the best!

Tiplines and Crisis Hotline Information

Crisis Bulletin Board BCPS.pdf

Have a School Safety Concern? Please report it HERE!

This report will be sent to the Safe Schools Department via email.

Important Hotline and Student Support Numbers

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233 or Text LOVEIS to 1-866-331-9475

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-2673

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255 or Text HELLO to 741741

LGBTQ Youth Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline 866-488-7386

BCPS Mental Health Hotline

Going through a crisis? Need someone to talk to? Call 869-HELP for support!

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This tip line is generated from the KY Office of Homeland Security. Any community member can report any risky behavior, bullying concern regarding a student at at BCPS school.

Connect with Us

The Bullitt County Partners in Prevention Coalition is a community-led group whose mission is to prevent youth substance use and increase the health and well-being of Bullitt County families. Check out our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts!

Facebook - @bullittcountypip

Twitter - @bcpartnersinprevention

Instagram - bcpartnersinprevention

2021-2022 Code of Acceptable Behavior and Discipline

Bullitt County Public Schools and per statutory requirements by law, provide education through engaging curriculum in classrooms and prevention efforts that teach students positive student behavior toward others. The Bullitt County Code of Acceptable Behavior or Discipline outlines these expectations for behavior. For more information in these areas, please contact Sarah Smith at

Bully Prevention, Healthy Relationships and Mental Health Wellness

Safety, Emergency Management & Crisis Response

Positive Behavior and Supports/Multi-Tiered Systems Framework (PBIS & MTSS)

Restorative Practices

Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS)

Trauma-Informed Care and Practices

Compliance Training for BCPS Staff

Safe School Training Courses

To Access the Safe Schools Training Site, Click HERE