Student Support Services

Welcome to Student Support Services! Find the staff who help you meet your child’s needs.

Robertson, ShellyShelly Heinz
Elementary School Counselor
sheinz@svak12.org
Office: 303.471.8439 x256
Rowe, LaurenLauren Rowe
Middle School Counselor
lrowe@svak12.org
Office: 303.471.8439 x257
Lenderink, TomTom Lenderink
High School Counselor
(student last names A – K)
tlenderink@svak12.org
Office: 303.471.8439 x276
Coming Soon - Image 2018Jennifer Roos
High School Counselor
(student last names L – Z)
jroos@svak12.org
Office: 303.471.8439 x249

Perricone, JennyJenny Perricone
School Social Worker, K-12
jperricone@svak12.org
Office: 303.471.8439 x 240
Morantes, StellaStella Morantes
School Psychologist
smorantes@svak12.org
Office: 303.471.8439 x241
Finnegan, LoriLori Finnegan
Dir. Student Support Services
lfinnegan@svak12.org
Office: 303.471.8439 x223

For a full list of resources in Douglas County (financial, mental health, medical, legal and many more) please check the Youth and Family Resource Guide or check resources available from the DC Sheriff through the Youth Education and Safety in Schools (YESS) program.  The DCSD Health, Wellness, and Prevention page can be found HERE.


Is sponsored by the Douglas County Sheriff’s office. Students can send anonymous tips about suicide concerns, in-school crime or drug/alcohol use to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office via text message from their mobile device. All tips are anonymous and secure. Be sure to put SVA in the text message so they know what school it’s related to.
Text 274-637 or via website www.p3tips.com/760

SAFE2TELL COLORADO is designed to help YOU anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family, or your community. The Student Section is meant for you – the students. It is intended to be a place where you can find information that you are interested in and provide ways to get help for a friend who might be struggling.

Kids against Bullying
Bullying Resources
Stopbullying.gov
Cyberbullying Research
Tips to stop Cyberbullying

CenterStopcyberbullying.org
Is it Rude, Mean, or Bullying?

Immediate crime or physical danger, call 911
If someone is feeling hopeless, helpless, thinking of suicide call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text-to-tip. 

Find a therapist at Psychology Today
All Health Network or call 303-730-8858
WrapAround or call 303-688-4825 ext. 5327

The Crisis Center or call 303-688-8484

Parker Task Force, Food Bank or call (303)841-3460
Fresh Harvest Food Bank or call (720)381-6169
Douglas/Elbert Task Force or call (303)688-1114
Southeast Community Outreach (SECOR) or call (720)842-5621

Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK)
Yellow Ribbon Hope Line Network 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-784-SUICIDE)
Second Wind Fund or call 1-303-988-2645
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
American Association of Suicidology
National Mental Health Association
Save a Friend: Tips for Teens to Prevent Suicide