PSJA ISD provides virtual counseling to students during pandemic
PHARR – The coronavirus pandemic has forced change across the Rio Grande Valley. In education, the classroom is now a student’s home. Some children adjust to change easier than others.
Staying at home everyday is the new reality for families in the Valley.
To help with the transition and coronavirus-related stress, the Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District partnered with Alliance Case and Family Solutions, a social services agency specializing in outpatient mental health counseling.
The virtual counseling service is aimed to help PSJA students and their families cope.
Anyone in Texas can access the counseling service through June 1 for free, click here.
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