Behavioral and Mental Health Resources

  • D.C. Everest is proud to partner with our community agencies and provide services for all students. Our partnership with the Marathon County School-Based Mental Health Consortium provides counseling services to our students during the school year and during the summer. To help families navigate challenges they may face, we have collected a variety of District and community resources to help you manage and maintain your family’s mental wellbeing and/or seek professional advice.

Community Resources
  • We have compiled a database of resources to help you find the resources when you need them the most. Please be sure to call ahead and make sure these resources are open and available.

  • All
  • Crisis
  • Day Treatment and Residential Services
  • Law Enforcement
  • Medical
  • Mental Health and Counseling
  • Network for Support
  • Transitional Housing/Housing Assistance Programs
  • All
  • Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living
  • AIDS Resource Center
  • Aspirus Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Aspirus Wausau Family Medicine
  • AVAIL Domestic Violence Shelter (Antigo)
  • Behavioral Health Clinic of Wausau
  • Bellin Health Psychiatric Center
  • Bethesda
  • Bridge Community Health Clinic
  • Bridging Brighter Smiles (Dental)
  • Catalpa Health
  • Catholic Charities
  • Charis Counseling LLC
  • Christ Community Church-Community Action Partnership (CAP)
  • Community Center of Hope (inside Mosinee Methodist Church)
  • Community Warming Center
  • Courage to Change Recovery
  • Covenant Community Presbyterian Church
  • Elmergreen Associates and Counseling Center
  • Everest Metro Police Department
  • Evolve Counseling
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • FoodWIse
  • Forward Service Corporation
  • Goodwill (Rib Mountain)
  • Goodwill (Weston)
  • Homme Home
  • Lutheran Social Services
  • Marathon County Health Department
  • Marathon county School-Based Counseling
  • Marathon County Sheriff’s Department
  • Marathon County Social Services
  • Marriage & Family Health Services
  • Marshfield Clinic
  • Migisi and Mikan
  • Ministry Health Care|Ascension
  • National Crisis Hotline
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
  • North Central Community Action Program
  • North Central Crisis Hotline
  • North Central Health Care
  • Northwest Journey
  • Peaceful Solutions Counseling
  • Planned Parenthood – Wisconsin Rapids Health Center
  • Rebecca’s Closet
  • Rothschild Police Department
  • Safe Haven – Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Support Center (Shawano)
  • Saint Agnes Catholic Parish
  • Saint Florian’s Parish
  • Saint Paul’s United Church of Christ Community Outreach
  • Salvation Army Transitional Living Center
  • SAMHSA National Helpline (mental health and/or AODA)
  • Shepard’s House Acts of Kindness
  • St. Elizabeth Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health
  • St. Paul Catholic Church – Mosinee Circle of Joy
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • Stepping Stones Counseling Center
  • Stockbridge-Munsee Health & Wellness Center
  • Tenant Resource
  • The Achieve Center
  • The Caring Tree
  • The Family Center – Domestic Violence Shelter and Support Center (Wisconsin Rapids)
  • The Neighbors’ Place
  • The Salvation Army
  • The Women’s Community – Domestic Violence Shelter (Wausau)
  • Theda Care Behavioral Health
  • Tomorrow’s Children
  • United Way Career Closet
  • Waisman Center – Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic
  • Wausau Housing Authority
  • Willow Creek Behavioral Health
  • Wisconsin Judicare
  • Wise Mind Mental Health Clinic

Mental Behavioral and Academic Resources
  • District Resources by School/Role

  • All
  • Andrew Low
  • Brandon Kranz
  • Brandon Lauersdorf
  • Brooke Davis
  • Cassandra Cerny
  • Cora Woldt
  • Dawn Schueller
  • Dawneen Schueller
  • Deborah Chapman
  • Dianna Reinardy
  • Erin Jacobson
  • Erin Lauersdorf
  • Jenny Oosterhuis
  • Jodi Devine Schwantes
  • Lisa Banks
  • Lisa Morgan
  • Melissa Meyer
  • Michael Wolfe
  • Mike Salter
  • Morgan Bauer
  • Roxanne Brecke
  • Roxie Brecke
  • Sara Welsh
  • Sarah Edens
  • Stefanie Teske
  • Tami Mlodik
  • Taylor Hardinger
  • Teresa Pederson
  • All
  • D.C.E. Junior High
  • D.C.E. Middle School
  • D.C.E. Senior High
  • Evergreen Elementary
  • Hatley Elementary
  • IDEA/Odyssey
  • Mountain Bay Elementary
  • Odyssey
  • Riverside Elementary
  • Rothschild Elementary
  • Weston Elementary


    You are Not Alone

    COVID-19 movement restrictions and the stresses of the pandemic have led to a rise in domestic and child abuse. If you or someone you love is being abused, resources are available to you 24/7 and there are people willing and able to assist you.

    If you are aware of or suspect a minor is being abused, please contact Marathon County Social Services at 715.261.7556.

    The Women’s Community in Wausau remains open and is committed to serving victims of abuse. The Women’s Community provides 24/7 confidential phone support, confidential shelter, legal advocacy, safety planning and more. Please call 1.888.665.1234 or 715.842.7323 for confidential assistance. For families in Shawano County, please contact Safe Haven at 715.526.3421.

    The National Domestic Violence Hotline is available 24 hours every day at 1.800.299.SAFE (7233). If you cannot speak safely on the phone, you can visit or text LOVEIS to 22522.

    If you are in an emergency situation, please call 911.

988 Crisis and Support Number

    24-7 Crisis & Suicide Prevention Hotlines

    If you think you or someone you know may have a mental or emotional challenge, it is important to remember there is hope and help.

    We’re here. North Central Health Care offers 24/7/365 confidential and anonymous crisis and emergency phone counseling and intervention to help you through your roughest moments — be it emotional, mental health, suicide prevention or substance abuse issues. Call now.

    • Emergency/Crisis - 911 - Connect with law enforcement re: an emergency. Officers will make a welfare check at the home to make sure everyone is safe.
    • 988 Suicide/Crisis Hotline - National Hotline will link you with Crisis Care in any area in the United States.
    • 800.799.0122 - Toll-Free Call connecting you to Crisis Support in the Marathon, Langlade and Lincoln Counties.
    • 715.845.4326 - Connecting you to Crisis Support in Marathon, Langlade and Lincoln Counties or TDD 715.845.4928 - For those with hearing or speech difficulties.
  • Examples of Youth Crisis may include:

    • Talking about or attempting suicide
    • Feeling overwhelmed, depressed, helpless or hopeless
    • Eating disorders
    • Drug and/or alcohol abuse
    • Bullying
    • Threats of violence
    • Having difficulties in school
    • Cyber bullying

    Signs of Distress


    • Poor performance and preparation
    • Excessive absence or tardiness
    • Repeated requests for special consideration
    • Unusual or changed patterns of interaction
    • Disruptive or avoidant behavior
    • Problems with peers, faculty, staff, or family members


    • Exaggerated emotional response that is inappropriate for the situation
    • Depression or lethargic mood
    • Hyperactive mood or speech
    • Strange or bizarre behaviors indicating loss of contact with reality
    • Feelings of hopelessness or helplessness
    • Impulsivity/increased risk taking
    • Unexplained anger, aggression, irritability
    • Perfectionism
    • Increased apathy
    • Verbal or written references to suicide or death
    • Appearance
    • Dramatic weight gain or loss
    • Change in personal hygiene or dress
    • Self-destructive acts (i.e., cutting)
    • Verbal or written references to suicide or death

    Responding to your student:

    • Listen to the student’s experience
    • Express concern and interest
    • Avoid criticizing or sounding judgmental