Mental Health Resources for
Oxford Students and Families

Oxford Area Mental Health Survey Results

     Thank you to the many participants who helped us collect initial data to identify strategies that are making an impact on community healing and recovery. This data has been shared with stakeholders and the public through email, social media, and the NOCC website. We are pleased to say that many of the priorities identified in this report are currently informing many of the activities, events, and resources being made available to the community.

     View the survey results by clicking here or the image to the right.

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All For Oxford Community Resiliency Center

     All for Oxford is managed by Common Ground and funded by The State of Michigan through a grant by the Federal Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program. 

     The center is devoted to promoting mental and emotional wellbeing by providing opportunities for people to come together, find support, restore the community’s sense of safety and security, and to help each other heal.  

Learn more about the All For Oxford Resiliency center by visiting AllForOxford.org.

Helpful Links

Crisis Lines

  • How to talk to your child about the shooting: (click here)

  • Tips for families and caregivers: (click here)

  • Age-Related reactions to traumatic events: (click here)

  • Talking to children after traumatic events, age specific advice: (click here)

  • Talking to kids about tragedies (click here)

  • Talking to kids about crises (click here)

  • Community Resource for Mental Health and Substance Misuse (click here)

  • Identifying trauma responses in teens (click here)

  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline:                  1-800-273-8255

  • Common Ground Crisis Line:                              1-800-231-1127

  • Common Ground Text Line:                           Text HELLO to 741741

  • Michigan Crisis & Access Line:               Call or Text 1-844-446-4225

  • Okay2Say Hotline:                                                855-565-2729

  • Okay2Say Text Line:                                                  652729

  • SAMHSA's National Helpline:                            1-800-662-4357

  • SAMHSA's Disaster Distress line:            Call or text 1-800-985-5990

  • Lapeer County CMH Crisis Line:                     810-667-0500