Kimberly Rhyan and Hope Hughes, our district's Resource Coordinators, connect students, families, and staff to resources here in our community. Kimberly and Hope provide support in areas such as attendance and truancy, mental health, food access, clothing and/or shoes, school supplies, medical, transportation—and much more.
Our district was able to hire our Resources Coordinators thanks to our partnership with the Clermont County Educational Service Center through funding from Clermont County's Department of Job and Family Services (JFS).
Wolves Wellness Center
Located at the West Clermont Middle School, the Wolves Wellness Center provides medical, vision, dental, and behavioral health services where and when it is most convenient to students, their parents and staff. Run in partnership with HealthSource of Ohio, the Wolves Wellness Center is staffed by medical professionals that deliver primary care services which include screenings, managing chronic care conditions and treating short-term illness. It also offers 24/7 on-call coverage. Call their office to schedule an appointment at 513.732.5082 or visit their website for more information.
Safer Ohio School Tip Line
West Clermont participates in the Safer Ohio School Tip Line which is a free service that accepts calls and texts 24/7. The tip line allows students, parents, school administrators, and staff members to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety. The tip line number is 844-723-3764.
The Safer Ohio School Tip Line can be used for:
Bullying and cyberbullying incidents;
Self-harm or suicidal behaviors;
Withdrawn student behaviors;
Verbal or written threats observed toward students, staff, or the school itself;
Weapons/suspicious devices on or near school grounds;
Illegal drug use; and
Unusual or suspicious behavior of students or associates.
The counseling departments from West Clermont Middle School and West Clermont High School offer a wide variety of resources for our students, staff, families, and the community on their website.
Clermont County Crisis Hotline
The Clermont County Crisis Hotline 513-528-SAVE (7283) is a free and confidential hotline available 24-hours/7 days a week that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention, and referral information to residents of Clermont County of all ages.
National Crisis Text Line
You can also use the National Crisis Text Line. Text: 4HOPE to 741741.
Inter Parish Ministry IPM runs a local food pantry right here in our West Clermont community.
Give Like A Mother "GLAM" runs an assistance program that supplies children in need with seasonally appropriate clothing.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati
United Way is available to help 24 hours a day, including assistance with food, money, legal or mental health issues. Contact the United Way by dialing *211 from any phone. For discounts on prescriptions, check out the Familywize prescription card which can be used by anyone as there are no eligibility requirements.
This free service allows you to search and connect to support, including financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help in our community.
Disclaimer:The above information is provided as a general resource to a service available to you and your family. The conveyance of this information should not be considered an endorsement of the business by the West Clermont School District. This business, its owners, and employees are not affiliated with the West Clermont School District. The School District makes no representations or warranties as to the quality, value, effectiveness or safety of the services and/or products being offered. You are encouraged to do your own research prior to doing business with and/or receiving service from any of these organizations.