Personal & Social Resources

Student Support Team

A group of administrators, counselors, and teachers meet every Tuesday for the MSHS Student Support Team. If at any time, anyone is concerned about a student, they can be referred to the Student Support Team. To refer a student, simply tell a counselor or even send an email.

Are you the Bully, Bullied, or the By-Stander

At one point or another, we have all probably been all 3. If you see someone being picked on, do something about it: Directly try to stop it yourself, tell an adult who can stop it, or do something that distracts the bully. You can always report bullying to a counselor. And if you don’t want anyone to know that you report the bullying, DON’T WORRY!!!! Counselors can protect your identity and still report the bullying. If you want to report bullying, but you don’t want to get involved, you can also leave an anonymous note and put it in the locked locker by the language hallway. If you have questions, stop by the counseling office.

Peer Mentors

Every freshmen and every new students is paired up with a Peer Mentor. Peer Mentors assist students in adjusting to their new school. Peer Mentors are leaders that any student can go to if they need help with anything. This year’s Peer Mentors are:
Samantha White, Anne Riley, Blanca Blake, Isaac Green, Madeline Dyer, Mahalia Henschel, Katie Grieb, Maggie White, Emily Doloff-Holt, Shelby Hard.

Therapy/Counseling Services in El Paso County


TESSA’s mission is to help women and their children achieve safety and well-being while challenging communities to end sexual and family violence.


SAFE2TELL® is designed to help YOU anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family, or your community.

Suicide Prevention Partnership

The mission of Suicide Prevention Partnership is to unite the community in addressing suicide in the Pikes Peak Region through education, intervention and post-vention.

If you have an emergency, call 911.

Suicide Prevention Hotline: (719) 596-LIFE (5433)

National Suicide Crisis Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

One Colorado
One Colorado is a statewide advocacy organization dedicated to securing and protecting equality and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Coloradans and their families.

Colorado Crisis Center
When you call Colorado Crisis Services, you will speak to a trained professional with a Master’s or Doctoral degree, and receive immediate support for any mental health, substance use or emotional crisis.
We maintain direct relationships with local resources, offer translation services for non-English speakers, engage in immediate problem solving, and make follow-up calls to ensure continued care.

Drug Rehab Resources

For Teens

For Parents




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