Little Rock School District Mental Health Department
The LRSD Mental Health Department directs parents to comprehensive child and adolescent mental health services.
Our programs are child and family centered, culturally sensitive, and strengths-based. Services are offered at schools, homes, and in the community to ensure greatest access.
LRSD Mental Health focuses on prevention, early identification of mental health issues, and interventions which promote social-emotional functioning, raise achievement, increase attendance and improve behavior. Assessment, treatment and case management are available for students in all grade levels.
Goals & Objectives
The major components of LRSD Mental Health Services include early screening, accessibility of mental health services, coordination with community mental health providers, and parental involvement. LRSD Mental Health also provides service plan development and direct treatment--which can include medical, case management, and consultation services.
Our goals include:
Creating a safe school environment.
Increasing school and community mental health prevention and treatment services.
Addressing early childhood psychosocial and emotional development.
Addressing alcohol and other drugs and violence prevention and early intervention.
Creating new strategies for educational reform.
Implementing safe school policies.
Coordinator: Lisa Williams
Hamilton Learning Academy
4015 Stannus Street
Little Rock AR 72204
Mental Health Staff
SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)