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Wellness Resources

The Wellness links here are additional resources provided to support students and families in keeping lines of communication open around important topics, encourage conversation, and raise awareness about the importance of adolescent mental health. Our wellness counselors are available to support students and families in navigating issues and developing strategies that foster social-emotional health. Please reach out to them if you have questions, or concerns or are in need of referrals to community therapists and other agencies.

If you are currently experiencing thoughts of suicide, please reach out to a friend or loved one, call or text a crisis line (call 988 or text 741-741), or your go to your local emergency department.

Crisis Hotline Numbers

Suicide Prevention Resources

Mental Health

Substance Abuse Prevention 

Sexual Assault and Dating Violence

Alcohol Use and Binge Drinking

Teen Stress

Marijuana Use

Websites for Teens Grief Support

Additional Reading

Vaping and E-Cigarette Use

Tobacco, Vaping and Marijuana: A Parent’s Guide to a New Epidemic” video
With an increase in vaping and marijuana potency, this video introduces parents to youth trends with tobacco, vaping and marijuana. It includes student interviews, information on what vaping is, how marijuana has changed in potency in recent years and the corresponding health risks to youth.

Read the U.S. Surgeon General’s recent report about the increasing use of e-cigarettes among students and the risks that they pose.

211 Crisis Call Center

211 is the national, toll-free, three-digit phone number to call for information about all kinds of local health and social services. Calls are answered 24 hours per day, 365 days per year by trained information and referral specialists at the Contra Costa Crisis Center.

TED Talks

Wellness Counselors

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