Counseling Available from Rockville’s School and Community Youth Services
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Rockville will hold a virtual seminar focused on self-care and creating a mentally healthy lifestyle.
Hosted by Jennifer Lilly, a youth and family counselor with the City of Rockville, the seminar will cover topics such as exercise, healthy eating, good sleep, and recognizing and managing overwhelming feelings.
Register for the seminar.
With the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic, children, youth and families are struggling with anxiety, depression, hopelessness, isolation, and fear, as well as distress around virtual and hybrid learning.
Rockville’s School and Community Youth Services provides counseling to help children, youth and their families who are uninsured, underinsured, or can’t access counseling through Medicaid or a private health insurance provider due to high copays and/or deductibles, a lack of transportation, or unavailability of counselors (for instance, having to be placed on a wait list).
Call 240-314-8318 for more information or to make an appointment. Families must be Rockville residents.
Learn more about Rockville’s community assistance programs.