Clay County High School implements "Jamie's Law" to increase suicide prevention awareness
Jamie’s Law (HB 2535) was unanimously adopted by state legislators in March and is named for Jamie Toman, who died as a result of suicide.
The counseling staff in collaboration with administrators and key educators are working toward the development of a communication and outreach plan to equip students with the resources and support necessary to cope with depression.
If you do not have a username and password, please contact Mr. Robert Morris at 304-587-4743.
Safe Schools Helpline
Students who are struggling with an addiction or mental health issue can get help 24 hours a day; 7 days a week by calling or texting:
1-844-HELP4WV or visiting http://www.help4wv.com.