|IRVIN HIGH SCHOOL
Hello! I want to give you some information that should make your interaction with Irvin High School more positive, successful, and enjoyable. As a Graduation Coach, my purpose is to provide you with resources and experiences that will enable you to determine just what you want in your future.
I can offer many resources, which include referrals to various agencies, that will make it easier for you to get your diploma or GED. Many programs available include GED and internships that enable you to obtain your GED and certification to work in various fields. These programs are available through Workforce Solutions, Job Corps, and local school district options.
If you need additional assistance with obtaining food, food stamps, daycare, housing, work, dual college and high school credit, transportation, health care or counseling, please come in and see me. Generally, if there is anything that is preventing you from reaching your goals, I am sure that I can help you. If you are having difficulty attending school or making the progress you want, please come see me.
Runaway Hotline – 1-800-543-6459
Texas Runaway Hotline – 1-888-580-4357
National Runaway Switchboard – 1-800-RUNAWAY
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-8255 or 1-800-199-4889
National Hope Line Network – 1-800-784-2433
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – 1-800-784-2433
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline – 1-800-252-5400
El Paso Center Against Domestic Violence – 1-800-727-0511
National Sexual Assault Hotline – 1-800-656-HOPE
Center Against Family Violence
Catholic Charities Counseling Center
Runaway Shelter and Services to At-Risk Youth (STAR)
Child Guidance Center
El Paso Childrens’ Grief Center
El Paso Center for Children
University Medical Center
Your Texas Benefits
The Hospitals of Providence Teen Health Resource Centers
Las Palmas Del Sol Women and Teen Centers
Centro San Vicente