News and Information from the Fairview Park City Schools Counseling Department
As Mental Health Month comes to an end, our hope is that we started conversations in your home about why our mental health is as important as our physical health. This year, Mental Health Awareness month couldn't be more relevant as many of us have experienced isolation to some extent the last couple months, and social distancing orders remain in place. Our hope for you and your child(ren) is that as the weather turns and we near summer break, you're able to:

  • Set aside time daily to do something fun and relaxing with loved ones.
  • Ensure everyone in your home has time for themselves daily. 
  • Step outside for fresh air several times per day.
  • Make meaningful memories with family during a time we certainly will not forget.

While many things are currently out of our control, we can model for our child(ren) that our reactions, and the little actions within our own worlds are still very much in our control. As we near the end of the school year, our goal is to continue to provide students and their families with the resources and tools to persevere this summer despite the differences students face this year compared to others. We hope you continue to reflect with your family on what you're doing to promote mental health and the importance of maintaining it this month and every month!

As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to your child's school counselor for more specific questions or concerns.

In the event of an emergency, please call, text or tweet:
  • Fairview Park Police Department (440) 333-1234
  • Cuyahoga County Suicide Prevention Crisis Hotline: (216) 623-6888
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK
  • Crisis Text Line: Text "Support" or "4hope" to 741741
  • Tweet at the Lifeline: @800273TALK

High School Counselors:
Nora Walsh ( nwalsh@fairview.k12.oh.us ), (440)356-3500 x4102  
Jen Parente ( jparente@fairview.k12.oh.us ), (440)356-3500 x4103  

Middle School Counselor:
Mary Cory ( mcory@fairview.k12.oh.us ), (440)356-3510 x 3135

Elementary School Counselors:
Meredith Schulte ( mschulte@fairview.k12.oh.us ), (440)356.3525 x2102
Robin Schlesinger ( rschlesinger@fairview.k12.oh.us ), (440)356-3525 x 3128
Erin Monnot - School Counselor Intern ( emonnot@fairview.k12.oh.us



Peer run organizations aim to enhance the quantity and quality of support available to people seeking recovery from mental health or substance use disorders. They are grounded in three core principles: a recovery vision, authenticity of voice, and accountability to the recovery community. These groups promote public awareness and education, personal empowerment, and peer-based and other recovery support services and activities which may include:
  • peer recovery support,
  • telephone recovery support services,
  • all-recovery meetings,
  • structured volunteer/work activities,
  • social activities, or
  • wellness activities.
(Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services)


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In the event of an emergency, please contact:
  • Fairview Park Police Department (440) 333-1234
  • Cuyahoga County Suicide Prevention Crisis Hotline: (216) 623-6888
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK
  • Crisis Text Line: Text "Support" or "4hope" to 741741
  • Tweet at the Lifeline: @800273TALK
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