RUSD has partnered with local organizations to address issues surrounding Children’s Mental Health through a collaborative convened by The Johnson Foundation. Through the work of the Racine Collaborative for Children’s Mental Health, we have launched school-based mental health clinics as well as a community clinic serving all K-12 families in Racine at the Community Pathways Campus. We hope to add more school-based mental health clinics in the future.
These clinics work with children, their parents, family members and other people important to them to teach valuable mental health skills that will benefit their relationship to their child in the future.
|School (click for video)||Address||Clinic Phone|
|Case||7345 Washington Ave||(262) 619-4200 (main office)|
|Fratt||3501 Kinzie Ave||(262) 664-8154|
|Jerstad-Agerholm||3535 LaSalle St||(262) 664-6080 (main office)|
|Julian Thomas||930 Dr Martin Luther King Dr||(262) 664-8400 (main office)|
|Knapp||2701 17th St||(262) 664-8007|
|Mitchell||2701 Drexel Ave||(262) 664-6420|
|Park||1901 12th St||(262) 619-4414|
|SC Johnson||2420 Kentucky St||(262) 664-6958|
|Wadewitz||2700 Yout St||(262) 664-6013|
|Community Pathways||2333 Northwestern Ave||(262) 638-2000|
Top of Mind Report: Children’s Mental Health in Racine Highlighting facts and uncovering urgent needs
Published by The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread