Welcome to Mangum Elementary School's counseling website. Here you will find resources, newsletters and a form to request counseling services for your child. At Mangum we strive to make social emotional learning an integral part of each child's school day, from daily Move This World morning videos to monthly classroom lessons with Ms. Armor to small group and individual counseling sessions as needed.

What Does Counseling Look Like at Mangum?

Teacher Resources

Student Programs

Classroom Lessons

Coping Skills

Local Counseling Agencies/Supports

  • See Something Say Something allows 6th-12th graders to report secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene with at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others.

  • Carolina Outreach Behavioral Health Urgent Care 919-251-9009 provides care for immediate mental health needs, including medication bridges, safety assessments, and crisis counseling.

  • Freedom House 24/7 Mobile Crisis Team 1-866-275-9552 can come to students and staff homes or other locations and guide them safely through a mental health or substance abuse crisis.

  • El Futuro Durham 919-688-7101 provides culturally responsive mental health care for the Spanish speaking community.

  • Alliance Health 800-510-9132 provides 24-hour access to a licensed clinician who will assist you in finding the right kind of help. Taking Care of Your Emotional Health

  • Duke Child and Family Study Center Triage Line 919-385-3232 houses several different programs and clinics that specialize in a variety of mental health needs.

  • Center for Child & Family Health Teletherapy Referrals http://www.tinyurl.com/ccfhreferral specializes in the care of those experiencing childhood trauma.

  • The Dougy Center Grief Resources- support, resources, activities and connection before and after death.

Contact Me

email: alexandra_armor@dpsnc.netphone: 919.560.3948twitter: @AlexandraMArmor9