Student Services Overview
Use the links on the left side bar to view information about Health Services and Support Personnel.Each student is assigned a counselor who works with the student in a variety of ways. The Counselors and School Social Workers are concerned with students' orientation to school, the adjustments of individuals to the total school setting, and the development of maturity, responsibility, and a good self concept. Students may see the Counselors by requesting an appointment.
Naperville 203 is utilizing ReferralGPS to provide assistance to our community in finding local mental health and substance use-related treatment resources.
The service complements the district’s existing systems of support as a tool for student service teams and families to connect with treatment. Along with a searchable database of treatment options, ReferralGPS provides Care Navigation to assist families in triage and appointment settings.
School district families and staff may access ReferralGPS by visiting our ReferralGPS Webpage to search for treatment resources or connect with a Care Navigator anonymously, or by contacting your school’s social workers, psychologists or counselors to seek out treatment options.
ReferralGPS has the ability to filter by mental health concern, clinician gender/specialty, location, and insurance acceptance. This service is available for all types of private and public insurance options, including PPO, HMO, Medicaid, and uninsured or underinsured families.
ReferralGPS is available for use by district students, staff, and families at no cost. All information entered on the ReferralGPS tool is completely confidential and securely stored.
Please note, this service is an optional resource available by choice and is not mandatory in any way.