Mental Health & Academic Resources

Crisis Services for Students and Families Outside of School

Crisis Text Line: 24/7 access to crisis support

Text 4HOPE to 741741

Ohio's Care Line: If you need support, are feeling lonely and overwhelmed with emotions such as sadness, depression, anxiety, or feel like you want to harm yourself or someone else, call 911 or the Ohio CareLine at 1-800-720-9616. 

Lifeline:  24/7 crisis support phone line
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

STOPit APP:  Download the "Stopit App" to have 24/7 access to report anything that threatens the safety of our school. With Stopit, you have the power to protect yourself and other from harmful, inappropriate, or unsafe behavior.
Middle School Access Code: beesmiddle

Cuyahoga County Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Crisis, Information and Referral Hotline




Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services Board

Call toll-free for information and referral: 1-877-275-6364



Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) Treatment Referral Hotline

1-800-662-HELP (4357)


Zen Den

Welcome to the ZEN DEN! Click here to start exploring....! The BBHMS counseling zen den is a place to find many SEL resources including a link to our website, breathing techniques, reading recommendations, helpful websites and many more links to mindful activities! You can click on most images in the zen den to take you to an active link which we hope you will find helpful!

Mental Health Resources

Scheduling @ BBHMS!

Click 21-22 Course Option Booklet.pdf to view the Middle School Course Descriptions and Curriculum Guide for the 2021-2022 school year. 
Click HERE to view FAQ's about CVCC's 9th grade Success Academy Program. 

College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus provides full and part-time college credit to secondary school students’ grades 7-12 who meet the admission requirements of a partnering college. Students that choose this option are enrolled in high school and college. Students are encouraged to select a 15 or 30 semester hour career pathway which will be determined in cooperation with local colleges.

Students selecting this program for the 2021-2022 school year need to indicate their intentions by April 1st of the year preceding enrollment. The student and parent must attend the mandatory evening information session on Monday, February 1, 2021 in the High School Auditorium at 7:00PM. 

CAPA: Community Awareness & Prevention Association

The mission of the Community Awareness and Prevention Association is to work in collaboration with the Brecksville and Broadview Heights communities and school district to promote awareness and education about chemical abuse. C.A.P.A. provides guidance, intervention, and resources to those in need.
Helpful Links:

Reading Recommendation

Middle School Makeover by Michelle Icard is a wonderful resource for parents and anybody who is working with a middle school student.  As stated from the book: “ Upon entering Middle School, children embark on a major construction project to build the three things they need to become adults: a grown-up body, a mature brain, and a unique identity.  Middle School Makeover guides you in helping the tweens in your life grow into their emerging selves and navigate the changing social scene in a way that builds their confidence.  Practical solutions are offered to the most common issues that middle schoolers and their mentors face including social media use, dating, bullying and peer exclusion, and other dilemmas.  With humor and grace, Icard offers warm assurance that the middle school years can and should be fun for both kids and the adults who parent and mentor them.
Articles by Michelle:

* michelleinthemiddle.com


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