Perry School's Mental Health Services

Mental Health Information

Student mental health is a priority at Perry Community School District. We have a variety of programs that provide mental health services for students.

Our commitment to the mental health of student do not end with services. We are implementing preventative, proactive, and intervention systems to identify and provide support for students struggling with mental health.

We're excited to announce our partnership with Employee and Family Resources (EFR) to offer a confidential and free Student Assistance Program (SAP) for Perry families, available 24/7. Below, you'll find key details about this new program:


What Is A Student Assistance Program? 

The SAP is here to support you and your immediate family members during life's challenges, including school-life balance, family or relationship issues, emotional concerns, alcohol and drug-related issues, and any other factors affecting your daily life and well-being.


What Does Perry's Student Assistance Program Provide?


Who Can Use the Student Assistance Program? 

Any student or household family member of a student attending Perry can access this program for free.


How Do You Use A Student Assistance Program? 

Using the SAP is EASY, FREE, and CONFIDENTIAL. Simply call 515-244-6090 to get support.


For questions or additional information, please contact your buillding counselors.


Please see the attached flyers and SAP Website for more information.


Student Assistance Plan Flyer (English)


Student Assistance Plan Flyer (Spanish)