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Community Mental Health Project

Serving Students, Staff and Families in Burlington, Cowley, Greybull, Lovell and Meeteetse Communities.


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Krystal Crosby- Community Project Manager

[email protected]


If you have concerns for yourself or a student, please feel free to contact myself or one of the school counselors. We would be happy to connect you with resources provided through the school. If you or a student are having a mental health crisis, need assistance while supporting someone struggling with their mental health or are unaware if you are dealing with a mental health concern, please call 988 for immediate support.

WDE Project Aware
Resources are provided through the WY Dep of Education under WY Project AWARE. Learn more about school based Mental Health services and the WY Project AWARE state wide initiative by clicking the link below to view participating district, goals, mission and vison statements and resources.
Referrals: If you are interested in service for your self of a student, please use one of the links below. Care solace is an anonymous resource to help connect individuals to services outside of the school. For school-based resources use the student or staff/parent referral form below. School based services are allotted depending on emotional and financial need.
Student Survey

Students in grades 5, 7, 9 and 11 will have the opportunity to participate in the WY AWARE survey in September 2023. This Survey allows the district to have a view of where student stand regarding concerns of mental health and substance use. Please feel free to examine the survey and questions. To voice any concerns, please email the Community Project Manager. (Contact info above) Survey results will be available back to the community in the spring with results less than ten (n<10) not being displayed to protect students and families.

Parent Guidance
We understand parenting can be hard. There are lots of situations that can pop up when raising a child. Your mental Wellbeing and your child's mental wellbeing can be one of those things. For assistance on how to navigate on the hard days, have conversations and know more about how to help your child, Parent Guidance offers classes and coaching sessions to parents.
Rhithm (Lovell Middle School)

Rhithm is a student check-in tool that makes it easy for counselors, teachers, and administrators to check in with students and provide access to evidence-based activities that help students get ready to learn.


Rhithm provides a simple emoji-based check-in that provides valuable data to educators, counselors, and leaders, after which individual activities and lessons are displayed to help educators and students increase learning readiness.


Risk alerts help make sure no student data falls through the cracks by allowing counselors and educators to create custom conditions under which to receive an in-app, email, or web notification of how a student is feeling.


Pre-built or custom assessments allow administrators to leverage our library of surveys (or create their own) to send to students.


Rhithm Insights is a data visualization and reporting tool for district leaders that makes it easy to analyze trends across their district or campuses while increasing awareness to support data-driven decision-making.

Other Members of the District #2 Counseling Team
Tawnya Teter, Lovell High School Guidance Counselor
[email protected], 307.548.2256
Lucas Grant, Lovell Middle School Guidance Counselor
[email protected], 307.548.6553
Brian May, Lovell Elementary School Guidance Counselor
[email protected], 307.548.2247