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Mental Wellness

As we continue to live through unprecedented times in our community, we want you to know that we are here to help you access any support you may need.
As this school year has progressed, we have been working to compile various resources and supports for your family. Please see below for a sampling of resources you can access if needed.
Mrs. Butler-Pardi
School District Social Worker
Rachel Butler-Pardi, 
724-861-3005, ext 01236
Mrs. Mainwaring
School Psychologist
Brianna Mainwaring
High School, Hillcrest Intermediate, and Middle School
724-861-3005, ext 01263
Mrs. Ogg
School Psychologist
Michelle Ogg
Sheridan Terrace, Hahntown, and Middle School
724-861-3025 ext 01117
Mrs. Brooks
School Psychologist
Allison Brooks
Sunset Valley and Stewartsville
724-861-3035, ext 01906
School Counselors
Norwin counselors are committed to helping students adjust to the personal, social, emotional and academic developmental changes that occur during their lives. School counselors provide counseling services that help students develop a positive attitude of self and others, aiding in personal and social growth.
Mrs. Schrock
Behavioral Specialist
Maria Schrock,
724-861-3030, ext 06335
You also can visit our website, Supporting Our Emotional Selves, for a variety of resources, links to helpers within the District, and other important information.
FREE Workshops & Therapy Sessions
We plan to provide additional mental health or social and emotional support for our families who request it. This includes, but is not limited to, parent workshops, group therapy sessions, and individual and family therapy.
These will be offered for free regardless of your insurance status and will not require copays or waiting lists. Stay tuned for more details about how to access these supports, which should be available by late January or early February.
If a family or student is in immediate need: Please contact Rachel Butler-Pardi, School District Social Worker, at or 724-861-3005, ext 01236, to schedule an appointment.
Resources for Those Who May Be Struggling
Is someone you know in crisis? There is help available 24 hours a day.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK
  • County Crisis Number 1-800-836-6010 or 724-547-0285
  • Crisis Text line – Text “Home” to 741741
  • Safe2Say – 1-844-saf2say (1-844-723-2729) or
  • Text “Food” to “Pantry” (726-879)
  • If you have any questions or need additional information, please reach out to Dr. Stacey Snyder, Director of Special Education and Student Services at 724-861-3026 or
    We encourage you to use any of the resources available, and please take care of yourself.


Mental Wellness Resources