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Beattie, other schools receive funds toward mental health programs

State funding for mental health programs at schools like A.W. Beattie Career Center in McCandless will help keep a positive vibe on campus.

Beattie was the recipient of a $70,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, approved in April through the PA School Safety and Security Committee for public and nonpublic schools.

Beattie can use the funding to host guest speakers for the students and professional development for staff, according to Thea Holzworth, assistant director of curriculum.

“We know mental health is very important, so we do find ways to support our students and staff with mental health initiatives,” she said.

That includes using the funding for programs like the AHN Chill Project and its 33-foot mobile mental health unit, sponsored by the Pittsburgh Pirates, which the campus recently hosted. AHN describes the Chill Mobile as using “mindfulness-based exercises” to provide students and staff with skills to “identify, discuss and react positively to stress.”

The Chill Mobile uses evidence-based, standardized approaches to teaching strategies for recognizing and managing stress and anxiety, according to Beattie school counselor Sara Goodyear.

A.W. Beattie Career Center is an extension of nine school districts: Avonworth, Deer Lakes, Fox Chapel Area, Hampton Township, Northgate, North Allegheny, North Hills, Pine-Richland and Shaler Area.

The career center offers 19 programs to provide students an educational experience toward college and career readiness. The programs fulfill elective credit requirements for students in 10th through 12th grades.

Beattie was one of many schools across the state that received grant money to address mental health, safety and security.

North Allegheny School District was also awarded two grants from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, for a total of $247,455: a meritorious grant for $45,000 and mental health for $202,455, according to Kermit Houser, director of finance and treasurer for the district.

The funds can be used over a two-year period between ending Dec. 31, 2025, he said.

“The meritorious award was to provide districts funds to address physical safety and security, while the mental health grant is to support mental health initiatives,” Houser said.

In fiscal year 2022-23, North Allegheny School District received a combined Safety and Mental Health Grant of $225,811. The district can utilize this funding through mid-2025.

Grants were also available to eligible nonpublic schools to address school violence and school mental health. Among the awards, according to the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency website, were $75,000 to Blessed Francis Seelos Academy in McCandless and $5,000 to Eden Christian Academy, which has campuses in Ohio, Pine and Ross townships.

Natalie Beneviat is a Trib Total Media contributing writer.

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