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We are committed to the well-being of our students, staff, and families to create a safe and healthy learning environment. In support of our ongoing commitment, we recently partnered with Care Solace to provide an additional layer of care for our school community.

Care Solace helps individuals find mental health care providers and substance use treatment centers. Their Care Companion™ team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and 365 days per year to quickly connect you to carefully verified providers in the community.

Students, staff, and families may access Care Solace services in two ways:

  • Call (888) 515-0595 at any time. Support is available in 200+ languages. A dedicated Care Companion™ will help you every step of the way to research options, secure appointments, and follow up to make sure it is a good fit.
  • For an anonymous search, answer a few questions to get matched with an extensive list of care providers at

This service does not replace any of the school-based mental health services or support provided at Seneca Valley. Care Solace is a complimentary resource the District is making available as an important supplemental resource and it is now available for use at no cost to students, staff and their families. Care Solace will connect you with providers accepting all medical insurances including Medicaid, Medicare, and sliding scale options for those without insurance. All information entered on the Care Solace tool is completely confidential and securely stored.

If you are interested in counseling-related services for your child, yourself, or another family member, please contact Care Solace for valuable assistance. You can also learn more by viewing a recent presentation on Care Solace that was made at the Feb. 7 Seneca Valley School Board Meeting: SV CARE Solace Program - YouTube.

The importance of providing such assistance to our families is one likened to  Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, as noted by Dr. Jeff Roberts, Seneca Valley Student Services Director. “We need to make sure kids are sheltered and safe and fed before we can really address their academic needs,” he explained. 

To learn more and/or utilize Care Solace, please call 888-515-0595 or visit

Please note, this service is a resource available by choice and is not mandatory to use. Care Solace is not an emergency response service or mental health services provider. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, it’s important to remember to immediately dial 9-1-1 or the National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255.