journalHello and welcome to my page!

We are on the downhill slide for this school year.  The students have been so resilient in both buildings.  Please remember to be mindful of others and your family as big changes can create big stress. As part of the G-E school community you are important and so is the health and wellbeing of your family. There are many ways to do some self-care right at home or in the community.  Please reach out if you or a family member is struggling so we can get you extra support through the rough patches. Being strong means asking for assistance when you need help.  I am willing to meet with any student K-12 at parents request.  

Sheena Possin, LSW



The followings resources are curated using information and links from a variety of local and national organizations. **This information is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition.**

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) free 24-hour help

National Suicide Crisis: 1-800-784-2433 (24 hour line)

South Central Mobile Crisis Line: 1-877-399-3040 (24 hour line)

24 hour Adult Mental Health Crisis Line: 1-800-233-9929

United Way First Call for Help: 1-800-543-7709

Crisis Textline

Suicide Prevention Life Line

South Central Crisis Center

How to deal with anxiety

Freeborn County Resource Directory Complete updated directory with links to agencies listed

South East Minnesota Community Action Council (SEMCAC) Housing, Energy, Emergency Assistance, Clinic and Headstart programs

Human Services of Freeborn County  MFIP (Medical, Food Support Assistance, Child & Family Services, Child Protection)