Family Resources

Dignity Act

Dignity Act Coordinator (LP Quinn):

Kristin Skiff --> 359-2981 | kristins@tupperlakecsd.net

Dignity Act Coordinator (MHS):

Brian Bennett--> 359-3322 | brianb@tupperlakecsd.net

Dignity Act Policy

Dignity Act Form


Safety

Child Protective Services 800-397-8686

Crisis and Recovery Center Hotline (mental health and addiction treatment) 518-481-3261 or 518-891-5535

Mental Health

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-8255 Text# 741741

Franklin County STOP Domestic Violence 24 Hotline (1-888-563-6904)

211 Information 24 Hour information an d referral for services Adirondack Region dial 2-1-1

Lead Testing

Housing

Families experiencing homelessness can receive support through the McKinney-Vento Act. Please email Kristin Skiff, TLCSD McKinney-Vento Liason. For more information, visit Mrs. Skiff's website.

Childcare

The COVID-19 crisis and closing of school has caused many disruptions for our families, particularly related to finding adequate childcare. The Tupper Lake Central School district is currently working with the FEH BOCES to assist families of essential health care workers and first responders to find open childcare placements with local county and current licensed daycare providers. Essential health care workers may include physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, LPNs, nurse assistants, or lab personnel. First responders may include paramedics, EMTs, police officers, and firefighters. If you are an essential health care worker or first responder and need assistance with childcare, please call 518-483-6420 option 9, or send an email to childcare@mail.fehb.org

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