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Summer 2019 Resiliency Services Offered at Three BCPS Locations in Parkland and Coral Springs

May 7, 2019

BCRC and Summer 2019 Resiliency Services  flyer Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) remains committed to supporting the ongoing healing and recovery of students, faculty, and the entire community.  

Beginning Monday, June 10, 2019, Resiliency Services for Summer 2019 will be offered at Westglades Middle School, Coral Springs Middle School and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD)* (*Resiliency Services on the MSD campus are limited to MSD students and families).

As of Monday, June 3, 2019, the clinical trauma-focused services offered at the Broward County Resiliency Center (BCRC) will relocate to the three school-based locations in Parkland and Coral Springs. The current space, which operates out of Pine Trails Park, will be returned to the City of Parkland as it expands its capacity for city-based programming.

Trauma-focused individual, family and group counseling will remain open to the public. Walk-ins are encouraged and always welcome. For more information on the summer schedule, view the BCPS Resiliency Services Summer 2019 flyer at





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