• If you are concerned for the well-being a TWHS student, please contact a School Counselor immediately. While partnering with local agencies and capable of making referrals for families, the TWHS School Counseling team can help you develop a plan of action to support the student. Please call 450-6220 to schedule an appointment or e-mail the counselor to express your concerns.

    Franklin County Teen Hotlines are open 24 hours a day. If you have concerns for the safety and/well being of a child, please contact your TWHS School Counselor immediately. If we are unavailable or if it is an emergency, you may call any of the numbers below for help:

    • 24 Hour Suicide Prevention- (614) 221-5445
    • Teen Questions - (614) 294-3300
    • Domestic Violence Hotline for Teens- (866) 331-9474
    • Runaway Hotline- (800) 786-2929
    • Huckleberry House - (614) 294-5553
    • Worthington Police- (614) 885-4463
    • Child Abuse & Neglect Hotline- (614) 229-7000
    • Family Support Program- (614) 722-8212
    • Teen Pregnancy Clinic- (614) 293-8045
    • Rape/Sexual Abuse Prevention- (614) 267-7020
    • Ohio AIDS/STD Hotline- (800) 332-AIDS
    • National Eating Disorders- (800) 931-2237
    • Poison Control Center- (800) 222-1222
    • Kaleidoscope Youth Center- (614) 294-4537
    • LGBTQI Advocacy & Assistance- (866) 86BRAVO