School Counselors and Mental Health Clinician
Patricia AuchTK-3rd Grade School Counselorpauch@stocktonusd.net(209) 933-7385 ext 1530Available by PhoneMonday-Friday from 8AM - 3:30PM(209) 368-2625
Jennifer Potter, MS, PPS4th-8th Grade School Counselorjpotter@stocktonusd.net(209) 933-7385 ext 1511Available by PhoneMonday-Friday from 8AM - 3:30PM(209) 213-1025
Maria GaminoLicence# LCSW 90153Mental Health Clinicianmgamino@stocktonusd.netAvailable by phoneMonday-Friday from 8AM - 3:30PM(209) 662-4566
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**Please note, virtual services via email, audio, and video conferencing are not secure for personal issues and pose confidentiality issues.
Mental Health & Behavior Support Services
The Mental Health & Behavior Support Services department periodically updates their webpage with useful information and resources related to supporting social emotional and behavioral needs of children and families. Please visit the Resources tab on the Mental Health & Behavior Support Services Department webpage at: www.stocktonusd.net/mhbss for the following resources
· Resources for parents in supporting their students regarding COVID 19
· Mental Health Resources for families supporting students
· PBIS Resources for families
· Behavior Resources for families
· Supports for staff (in the “in-district” resources section) regarding PBIS and behavior supports, and mental health supports for students
Child Welfare and Attendance
Please feel free to call Social Service Case Manager Deante Daniel for further assistance with questions regarding Families In Transition, Home Instruction, attendance concerns, and any other student/family support issues or concerns you may have. Her hours are M-F, 8 AM-3PM and can be her number to be reached at is (209) 933-7020 at extension 2298.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at (209) 468-8686, National Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room / hospital.