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Mental Health

The RCSD believes overall wellness of our students is vital to their capacity to learn. RCSD's Prevention and Mental Health Intervention Department is dedicated to supporting our students physically, socially, emotionally, and mentally.  

See Something - send something national campaign & app 

The “See Something, Send Something” App was created as a dovetail with the “See Something, Say Something” national campaign that has been established by the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security. The “See Something, Say Something” campaign was put in place to encourage individuals to tell someone of authority if there is something that doesn’t seem legitimate.

Parent Guides from the MS Attorney General's office 

From the Attorney General's office:  Because so much of what we do is to help parents keep their children safe, we have provided a list of brochures that you might find useful. Our brochures topics range from keeping children safe while on the web, cell phone safety, teen dating violence, a guide for parents about teen suicide, underage drinking, drug use and other topics.

Students Against Violence 

Have you been bullied? Feel down about yourself? Know someone in an abusive relationship? This app helps you overcome those situations and more. The Students Against Violence (SAV) app enables you to take a stand against violence in your school or community with helpful information on bullying, teen dating violence, domestic violence, school violence, self-harm/suicide, depression/anxiety, youth drug abuse, electronic cigarettes and underage drinking.

Bullying Prevention Campaign

You Matter Flyboy Bullying Poster
Normal Conflict Vs Bullying Behavior Poster
Speech Bubble Bullying Poster
Resilient, Confident, Strong, Determined Bullying Poster
Resilient, Confident, Strong, Determined Cartoon Kids Bullying Poster
Kindness Tree Bullying Poster
Resilient, Confident, Strong, Determined Bullying Poster on Green
Bullying Hotlines Magnet


Martha Hollingsworth


Student Support Services


200 School Road
Brandon, MS 39042
United States of America


School Email


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 
1-800-273-TALK or text "TALK" to 741741

MS Suicide Hotline

Region 8 Crisis Line

Department of Mental Health Helpline

Partnership for Drug Free Kids
1-855-378-4373 (1-855-DRUGFREE)

Students Against Violence