2022-2023 School Profile
Career Clusters / Electives
STUDENT SERVICES FORMS
Transcript Request - Parchment
Current Seniors - Transcript Request Form
Letter of Recommendation Request Form - Teacher
Letter of Recommendation Request Form - Counselor
SAT / College Board Website
Test Prep Resources
504 Parent Rights
Summer School Information
The Bridge Teen Center - Winter 22/23 Brochure
OLCHS has partnered with Care Solace to provide support and assistance in finding available mental health and substance use community providers. The service is at no cost and available to OLCHS staff, student, parents and families. Please see links below for additional information and how to use the service.
Family Flyer (Spanish)
Community Letter (Spanish)
Contact Michael Sunquist at 708.741.5625 with any questions.
The Illinois Department of Human Services has launched a support line called Call4Calm that is reachable via text. Individuals who want to speak with a mental health professional can text the word “TALK” or “HABLAR” (for Spanish speakers) to 552-020. Within 24 hours, that individual will receive a call from a mental health professional employed by a local community health center.
People can also text other terms, like “unemployment” or “food” or “shelter” to the same number to receive information on how to navigate and access supports and services. Call4Calm is free, and individuals who use it can remain anonymous. We encourage you to share this resource with your students, families, and staff.
2022-2023 Community Counseling Resources
Pillars Community Health Resources during COVID-19 Crisis
Confidential 24-hour Sexual Assault Hotline (708.482.9600)
Confidential 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline (708.485.5254)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800) 273-TALK (800-273-8255) or (800) SUICIDE (800-784-7433)
Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741 to reach a counselor.
National Alliance on Mental Health Information Line
(800) 950-NAMI (6264)
Alcohol and Drug Helpline
CDC Coronavirus Page
World Health Organization
Illinois Department of Public Health
National Alliance on Mental Health
COVID 19 Mental Health Resource Hub
Illinois Mental Health Collaborative
How do we provide help and support during a time of uncertainty where many are sheltering in place? Rosecrance is now offering a variety of virtual substance abuse and mental health services. For more information about these services, highlighted below, please contact our Access team by calling 888-928-5278.
Call our Access team at 888-928-5278 for guidance on how to complete an assessment over the phone so we can build the right treatment plan for you or your loved one. Click here for more information.
Prevention and Early Intervention Program
The Rosecrance Prevention and Early Intervention Program is an evidence-based alcohol and drug education program (Too Good for Drugs and Violence) designed to provide education, support and direction to teens and their families who may be at risk of more serious involvement with alcohol and other drugs.
Intensive Outpatient Programs
Adults and teens can receive treatment while staying in their home environment while learning new coping skills to achieve and sustain abstinence. For more information about all our programs, click here for teens and here for adults.
The Rosecrance Parent Café is a free, virtual support group for parents who have a teen or young adult struggling with addiction. Offered twice weekly, the group is led by an addictions counselor who facilitates discussion with other parents going through similar experiences. Click here for more information about the Parent Café.
Support for Families: Intervention
Rosecrance can help you and your family set boundaries and work toward detaching from the illness with compassion. Treatment and support options through Rosecrance are also offered with the hope that the client is willing to accept help. Sandi Lybert, Interventionist, and member of the Rosecrance Team is available for virtual interventions.
For information about our virtual services, please contact our Access team by calling 888-928-5278.