Wellness Center Services
Middle School Wellness Center Hours: Open Daily 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
Health Center Coordinator (serving students in grades 6-12): Rebecca Reynolds 685-4923 x1019 Daily 7:30 am -12:30 pm
School Nurse: Vicky Gabrion 685-3128 x1120 7:30 am - 3:00 pm daily
Counselor: Gwen Mohlar 685-3128 x1140 7:30 am -3:00 pm daily
Wellness Center Administrative Assistant: Jill Harriman x1136 9:00 am - 1:00 PM Tuesday,Wednesday & Friday
School-Based Behavioral Health Counselors (See Below) 8:30 am - 2:30 pm daily
Expanded Medical Care (See Expanded Health Services)
Ainsley Price, PA 685-4923 x1075 Tuesday 8:30-12:30 and Thursdays 8:30-1:30
Athletic Trainer: Rich Garini Tuesday 1:00-1:45 pm, Wednesday 1:00 - 1:45 pm, Friday 1:00 - 1:45 pm
Counseling Services at Maranacook School Based Health Center
The school based health center offers high quality, on-site counseling services in collaboration with Kennebec Behavioral Health. These services are available to any student who is signed up for expanded health center services.
• Individual and family counseling
• Substance abuse assessments and treatment
• Educational support groups
• Educational seminars for staff, students, and parents
• Consultations for parents and MCS staff
• Rapid Assessment for Adolescent Services (RAAPS)- Routine risk behavior screening for students in grades 8-12.
• Referrals for off-site treatment
Requests for Services: Requests for these services are made with the school nurse at the high school and with the school nurse in the middle school. The nurses work together to coordinate each counselor’s caseload, make appointments for students and send reminders, and assist with communication between the counselor and staff or parents if necessary. If a student or parent is not sure they want or need counseling they can set up a time to consult with one of the counselors. This will give the student/parent an opportunity to meet one of the counselors and decide if counseling is something they want to pursue.
Counseling Team: The team consists of providers from Kennebec Behavioral Health who provide services five days per week.
Services are billed for through health insurance by Kennebec Behavioral Health. If a student’s family does not have health insurance the team will work with the family on payment options.
Psychosocial Problems: (The following list includes some of the problems students may be dealing with that could warrant counseling)
-teen pregnancy support
-reactions to chronic illness
-gender and/or sexual orientation issues
-risk of school failure/dropping out
Athletic Trainer Services:
Rich Garini, AT: Rich Garini is the Athletic Trainer for Maranacook Community Schools. Students may access athletic trainer services by speaking with the school nurse. Rich is employed by MaineGeneral and provides assessment of sports related injuries and concusssion management. He makes recommendations to students and works with their families and primary care doctors to assist with injury management and recovery. Rich's services are at no cost to families.