The NCSCB provides free immediate technical assistance and training to schools and communities that are responding to crises, with a focus on supporting their students, both short-term and throughout long-term recovery. Our toll-free number is answered 24 hours a day.
If your school is experiencing a crisis, please contact the Center now at
1-877-53-NCSCB (1-877-536-2722) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The resources and guides below may also be of assistance.
“[The NCSCB] generously assisted us by spending three days withDebra Ann Cline, Ed.D.Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction, Sevier County (Tennessee) School System
our impacted faculties as well as the district leadership team
[after the 2016 Smoky Mountains wildfires]… and provided
meaningful help at a pivotal moment in our recovery!”
“Patiently walked me through the process, supplied wonderful supportLee ThomsenHead of School, Sacramento (California) Country Day School
materials, and even helped draft initial letters to staff and parents
[after the sudden death of a school staff member in 2016]. Our community
would have suffered far more without [the NCSCB’s] support.”
“The NCSCB was absolutely essential in assisting us in handlingJohn BarryFormer Superintendent, Aurora (Colorado) Public Schools
the aftermath of the crisis [2012 movie theater shooting] so our
community could recover as quickly as possible.”
“The NCSCB proved to be the most valuable of resources for the recoveryJoshua WebbFormer Director of Counseling, Marysville (Washington) School District
efforts in our schools [after a deadly school shooting in 2014]…
If I only had one piece of advice for schools experiencing such a crisis, it
would be to make giving a call to the NCSCB their first priority.”