Social-Emotional Supports

Smith Clove students show off their banner at the anti-bullying parade.Monroe-Woodbury Central School District understands that the social-emotional well-being of our students and staff is critically important to fulfilling our Mission Statement. As a result, a number of social-emotional supports have been created to address the mental health, behavioral and emotional needs of the Monroe-Woodbury school community, including staff, students and families.

Creating a safe, welcoming and supportive environment

Resources for students and families

Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement

iOpening Enterprises

Dignity for All Students Act (DASA)

Monroe-Woodbury CSD Code of Conduct

Resources for stressful times, including COVID-19 pandemic

School Wellness websites

Central Valley’s Feeling Space

North Main’s Caring Corner 

Pine Tree’s Caring Corner

The Sapphire Sea

Smith Clove Peace, Love & Little Crusaders

Where to seek help:

Text 4 Teens graphic

Who to call at Monroe-Woodbury CSD

Text4Teens Program:

An anonymous text counseling resource, which is available 24/7 to Orange County teens

Teens Text 845-391-1000 to connect with a trained counselor

Parents/Guardians Dial 311 on your phone

View Text 4 Teens informational video

Access Supports

Walk-in care for mental health and addiction for adults and children in the Hudson Valley. No appointment. No referral. No fee. Locations in Middletown and Newburgh open 7 days/week

Orange County Crisis Call Center

Dial 311 on your phone

The Orange County Crisis Call Center connects people in need of support for mental illness, substance use, developmental disability, sexual assault, or who need information/referrals with trained professionals, 24/7. The Call Center can also send a peer to meet with you in the community.

Orange County Crisis Call Center Information 

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Call 1-800-273-8255 for Free Confidential Support

Suicide Prevention Lifeline