Mental and Behavioral Health Resources

PBCCS is committed to the health and well being of all students. We recognize that during these times many students are having mental health needs.   We want to support you and your student in every way possible. Below are multiple resources to support families and students with mental health and behavioral supports. 

PBCCS Counselor
Nicole Bennett | 541-548-1166 | 

PBCCS Vice Principal
Meridith Foley | 541.548.1166 |


Community Resources

Crook County Behavioral and Mental Health Resources
For mental health services and crisis intervention resources in the Crook County area, call (541) 447-5165 or visit


School Based Health Center – Crook Kids Clinic
Crook County School Based Health Center accepts all individuals regardless of ability to pay. All payer mixes; those uninsured, underinsured, and self-pay are welcome. Health Centers provide services that include but are not limited to treatment when you’re sick, dental care, normal checkups, mental health, substance abuse help, and more.  The clinic is located next to Pioneer High School on 1st st. They accept walk-ins when available. Call to make an appointment 541.447.5664

Rimrock Trails
Rimrock Trails provides mental health counseling and substance use treatment services for children, teens, adults and families.   Rimrock Trails is an in-network provider for many insurance companies, and also service individuals with Oregon Medicaid benefits. They have locations in Prineville, Bend, and Redmond, offering both in-person and telehealth services.  Call to make an appointment 541-388-8459 or visit


Deschutes County Behavioral Health Clinic
While Deschutes County Behavioral Health primarily works with those on the Oregon Health Plan they encourage anyone, regardless of insurance, to call. They provide access services to adults, children, and families. If you are in crisis, please call (541) 322-7500, opt.#9.


St. Charles Emergency Room
A list of the Redmond, Bend, Madras and Prineville St. Charles Emergency Room locations can be found HERE.


Crisis Hotlines: Call, Chat online, or Text

  • Crook County Behavioral Health 
  • The suicide prevention hotline is available 24 hours a day at 1-800-273-8255. 
  • YouthLine provides a safe space for children and adults ages 11-21 to take through any issues they may be facing, including eating disorders, relationship or family concerns, bullying, sexual identity, depression, self-harm, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide. 
    • To connect via text by texting teen2teen to 839863 
    • Call 1-877-968-8491, available 24 hours a day.  
  • Deschutes County Behavioral Health
    • The crisis phone line is available 24 hours a day at (541) 322-7500 x9 or by calling (800) 875-7364 (toll-free).
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 1-800-273-8255
  • To chat online please go to
  • Finally, if you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis emergency, please call 9-1-1 for assistance. 


Mental Health Links 

Social-Emotional Learning Resources

How To Support Kids and Teens Through The Coronavirus

Tips For School At Home During The Coronavirus

Student Tips For Working At Home

How To Help Your Anxious Child Through The Coronavirus

Supporting Teens During The Coronavirus

A Survival Guide For Parents

Helping Pre-Teens During The Coronavirus

How To Communicate With Your Teen