Accessing Support

  • Preferred Family Health: 314-729-7050
    St. Louis Counseling: 314-544-3800

    Online Resources:
    Unicef: How Teenagers Can Protect Their Mental Health During Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    18percent Coronavirus Mental Health Resources
    St. Louis County Resources (including help with food, utilities, rent, and mental health)
    Special School District’s Family Resource Page

    If you need support and cannot wait, please use one of the crisis numbers below:
    Youth Connection Helpline: Call (314) 819-8802 or text BHEARD to 31658
    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
    Child Abuse and Neglect: 800-392-3738
    For emergencies, please call 911

    Counseling and Social Work Services
    While conducting school virtually, WGHS school counselors and social workers will continue to support the academic, social and emotional, and post-secondary planning needs of our students. Our office hours are from 8:30-9:30am daily (for immediate attention) but we are available by phone or email throughout regular school hours. Please see our contact information below and reach out with any questions or needs you may have. Students can also request assistance by completing this form and their counselor will follow up with them.

    Additionally, there are a number of outside agencies and organizations available to provide support to young people and their families during this difficult time. Below is a list of resources available to you and your family.

    Virtual Counseling: Parents or guardians should call the numbers below to set up services.

    CHADS Coalition: 314-952-8274


College & Career Counselors

  • Jennedy Lombard 
    (Department Chair)
    (Last Names L-Z)
    Phone: 314.963.6400
    Ext: 11915

    Ellen Silverstrand 
    (Last Names A-K)  
    Phone: 314.963.6400  
    Ext: 11909




School Counselors

Social Workers