SOCIAL WORK SERVICES
Vision: School Social Workers will support teaching, learning and positive academic outcomes for all children in Hampton City Schools through the provision of high quality School Social Work Services.
Mission: By engaging the "Whole Child, Whole School and Whole Community", school social workers will seek to address barriers to academic success.
Dr. Brittny Gainey, LCSW
Shakira Williams, LCSW
Kevin Banks, Jr., LCSW
Teloria Sutton, MSW
Yunjeong Shin, MSW
Lynman Stamps, MSW
Calvin Cooper II, MSW
Savannah Whitaker, MSW
Caroline Gonzales, MSW
Shakira Dixon, MSW
Ocatvia Holmes, MSW
Lawrence Holloway Jr., M.A.
Mental Health Specialist
Alternative Learning Center
Odell Willson-Lashley MA, CSOTP
McKinney-Vento Act ensures educational rights and protection for youth and children experiencing homelessness. Homeless children have the right to:
School Social Workers serve as liaisons to outside resources and services.
• Information and Referral
• Department of Social Services
• Community Services Board
• Crisis Assistance
The following list of agencies and programs are provided to assist in helping individuals and families locate support services. Services listed represent agencies and programs frequently requested through the school social worker. This listing is not comprehensive nor inclusive, and does not imply endorsement of services offered. Please contact your school social worker if you would like further information about available community resources.
The Mental Wealth Fair is a community event specifically designed for parents to increase awareness of the importance of mental wellness. The fair aims to provide resources, support, and information on mental health topics. It incorporates various interactive activities and wellness sessions that promote positive mental health practices for parents.
The fair will include informational booths where attendees can learn about different mental health resources available in the community, such as counseling centers, support groups, and mental health organizations. There will also be workshops and presentations conducted by mental health professionals, covering topics like stress management, and self-care for parents.
Additionally, the Mental Wealth Fair will feature experiential activities that allow parents to engage in self-reflection and exploration of their own mental well-being. This will involve guided meditation and relaxation exercises, or even physical activities aimed at promoting overall wellness.
The event provides a safe and supportive environment for parents to network, share experiences, and learn from each other. It encourages open conversations about mental health, reducing stigma, and seeking help when needed. By attending the Mental Wealth Fair, parents can gain knowledge, resources, and strategies to enhance their own mental well-being and that of their families.