Student Services

Counseling Resources

24 Hour Hotlines

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  • Local and National Agencies

    • Akron Children's Hospital Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) -(330) 543-7472
    • Alcoholics Anonymous - (330) 253-8181
    • Child Abuse Hotline - (330) 379-1880
    • Poison Control Center - 1 (800) 872-5111
    • Safe Landing Shelter (Summit County)
      — Boys - (330) 253-7632
      — Girls - (330) 784-7200
    • Support (suicide/crisis) - (330) 434-9144
    • YWCA rape and sexual assault services - (330) 434-7273 or 1(800) 433-7273

Counseling Services

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Healthy Relationships

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Basic Needs

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  • Oasis Outreach Opportunity

    Soup kitchens for youth and young adults – Tuesday and Thursday

    Serves lunch to adolescents and young adults ages 12 to 24.
    847 Crouse Street, Akron, OH 44306 (330) 715-4477
  • United Way of Summit and Medina

    Emergency Food Clearinghouses (Food Pantry Referral Line).

    Schedule appointments to receive a 3-day emergency supply of food at participating food pantries for individuals and families in need.
    37 North High Street, Akron, OH 44308 (330) 376-4850
  • Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit and Medina County

    Domestic Violence Shelters (Hope and Healing)

    Provides a 156-bed temporary emergency shelter for women, men and youth who have been impacted by domestic violence/abuse.
    974 East Market Street, Akron, OH  44305 (330) 374-1111

Study Skills

Study skills are very crucial to a student's success in school. Freshman year, every student will hear a presentation from their counselor in their English class regarding study skills, learning styles, and smart goals. If the student is still struggling significantly in this area, they can meet with their counselor individually for more help.

Mrs. Hovey room 234
Mr. Mike room 232
Ms. Zimmer room 230

*If you do not have a study hall, please stop in during your homeroom or lunch. Please see the links below for additional help.

Bullying

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  • Learn More

    Bullying is an issue that affects many people of all ages all over the world. If you are being bullied, you are not alone. Please talk to someone at home, a teacher, school counselor, dean or any trusted adult. Reach out and get help. If you are a witness to bullying, speak out and don’t be a bystander to injustice and intolerance. Remember- please report any bullying or concerning behavior to your school counselors in the Anonymous Reporting Box outside of room 240.

St. Vincent-St. Mary High School

In the spirit of the Gospel, we are committed to educate the whole person; to lead and to serve, enlightening the mind, developing the body, touching the heart, and inspiring the soul.