Looking for Help: By Grace Moore

Does Liberty North Offer Health Needs?

Liberty North High School has options for assistants when it comes to the health needs of the student. For instance, a drug problem can be handled in many positive ways with any staff member from the nurses to teachers to the counselors. We even have a social worker here to provide additional help as well.

Contact Health

Services Offered

Mrs. Sullivan is the person to get in touch with at Liberty North if your health or emotional needs require help. She often sees people through counselor or administration referrals or a student can come down on their own seeking help and support. Another way to get in touch with her is to make an appointment to see her, email, stop by her office anytime or even a parents can call to make one. After she knowns the students problem, she then links students and families with local resources such as Tri-County Mental Health, Northland Dependency, C-Star, and inpatient settings such as Crittenton. As a social worker she does not necessarily provide alcohol/ drug treatment rather she makes referrals and acts as a liaison between student/family and outside agencies. She also encourages students who have family members whom struggle with drugs/alcohol to utilize Teen-Al-Anon/Alateen and other support groups offered in the community.