Student Support Services

We understand that sometimes life can be overwhelming and it can be hard to work through difficult times. That's why the Student Support Services team provides support and guidance to our students who are experiencing challenges that are impacting them at school. These difficulties may be social/emotional, behavioral and/or community needs related in nature.  

Student Support Services provides a number of free and confidential services and supports to the school community. Student Support Services personnel encompass many aspects of the high school environment including Social Workers, Student Prevention/ Intervention Specialist, Behavior Intervention Specialist, Student Liaisons, Nurse and Community Liaisons.

We value our relationship with each of you and want to thank you for placing your trust in our team. To schedule an appointment, go to the "Meet the Team" page and select the person you would like to see 

For additional resources and community referrals, please visit our Resources and Information link and use the drop down menu.  

We hope you and your loved ones stay healthy and safe. Please take care of yourselves. 

Thank, you,

Your TGB Student Support Service Team

If you or a student are having an emergency (includes immediate safety concern such as hinting or talking about suicide, self-harm, abuse, plan to run away, immediate risk of physical violence, severe anxiety or current panic/anxiety attack etc.), please contact:

Call 911 for immediate support


**Crisis services are available to any Arizona resident, regardless of health insurance coverage

Arizona Crisis Response Network/988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline:

Local crisis telephone line operated by trained specialists; available 24/7 for free, immediate, and confidential support.

Mobile teams staffed by behavioral health professionals to provide assessment, stabilization, and triage to higher levels of care are also available 24/7, and dispatched when necessary/appropriate.

Mind 24/7:

 Licensed mental health professionals available 24/7 to evaluate and stabilize individuals in crisis 

Teen Lifeline: 

Teen Lifeline provides safe, confidential, crisis intervention services for teens. The hotline provides a safe way for teens to talk to other teens about thoughts of suicide, depression, anxiety, grades, and friend/family issues. Volunteers are truly a connection of hope to troubled teens who reach out as a last resort, or just to talk to someone who listens and cares.  Trained, volunteer peer counselors ages 15-19 answer calls and texts for help from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily. The hotline is answered before 3 p.m. and after 9 p.m. by Solari

SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 

Referral and information service in English and Spanish for individuals or families facing mental health issues and/or substance abuse disorders.


Safe Place 

Provides immediate help and safety for teen ages 12-17 who are in crisis. The program is managed locally by Child Crisis Arizona. Teens can go to any Safe Place location and immediately get in contact with a crisis responder. They are transported to a Child Crisis Arizona location where they have access to shelter, counseling and family reunification services. 


Department of Child Safety (DCS)

Phoenix Police Department (non-emergency):

How do I make a referral for services?

Fill out an online referral form that will be sent directly to Student Support Services