Crisis Resources During COVID-19 Closure
School counselors are available during this unprecedented closure via phone, email, and GoogleHangout. Should you need more immediate crisis assistance, please reach out to the appropriate responsive community or national resource below.
Goochland Sheriff’s Office 911 Emergency, 804-556-5349 Non-emergency. Please call the Goochland Sheriff’s Office for any concerns of imminent danger.
Goochland Powhatan Community Services Board (804) 556-3716 24-hour Crisis Line, (804) 598-2200 or (804)-556-5400. A local mental health and substance use services resource providing same day access to Goochland and Powhatan residents.
Goochland Cares (804) 556-6260. A community service organization providing a food pantry, medical and dental needs, financial Assistance, and assistance to victims of sexual/domestic violence.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-TALK (8255), Text TalkWithUs to 66746. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress.
Greater Richmond Regional Crisis Hotline (804)612-6126. Free, confidential trauma specialist 24/7. Access to crisis intervention and emergency shelters for victims of domestic violence.
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233), Text Loveis to 22522. Talk or text confidentially to highly trained expert advocates 24/7 if you are experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of your relationship.
Crisis Support Line Text HOME to 741741. Connect free 24/7 with a crisis counselor.
Meet Your School Counselors
Mr. Doug Getter – Counselor for students last names A-G.
Ext. 4703, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Ashton Guza – Counselor for students last names H-Q
Ext. 4710, email@example.com
Ms. Renée Ferrell – School Counseling Director, Counselor for students last name R-Z.
Ext. 4704, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Student Supports
Ms. Joi Ely – Advance College Academy Career Coach.
Dr. Beth Fowler – ACA Site Director & Dual Enrollment Coordinator
Ms. Laurie Deadrick – GRASP and SOAR Advisor. Mrs. Deadrick supports students and families through the financial aid process. Appointments can be made with her by email or by calling the School Counseling office.
Ms. Allison Mears – Student Mental Health Counselor. Students interested in working with Ms. Mears should contact their school counselor about a referral.
Ms. JaKeishia Randolph – Program Manager for Project Discovery. Project Discovery is a program that promotes college access and serves primarily African American youth from low income and first-generation families.
Office: 804-492-4212, ext. 4150