Resources for Families & Students

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    Please see below for extra support with Social/Emotional Learning

     

    SUSD District Counselors

    The SUSD District Counselor's website has resources for Elementary, Middle, and High School Students. If you click on (this link) you will be able to access everything they have compiled. If you are looking for a specific resource that is not listed, please email Mrs. Yang or Mrs. Ramirez and we will do our best to help you with it.

    Student Support Services

    Click on (this link) to go to the Student Support Services (SSS) Department page for a wide range of social, emotional, and health resources. Student Support Services promote attendance and a positive school climate by focusing on the whole child, providing critical support services and removing barriers to learning.

    Student Support Services Helpline: (209) 933-7111; Availability: Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00am-3:30pm. Please (click here) to go to the Mental Health & Behavior Support Services' website for more information.

    Stakeholders who contact this helpline will have access to speak directly to or leave a message for District Nurses, Elementary/High School Counselors, Mental Health Clinicians, and Child Welfare and Attendance (CWA) Staff. If you have a medical or psychiatric emergency, please call 9-1-1. 

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    Parenting Classes/Support Groups - Parents by Choice

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    Mindfulness Activities

    Mind Yeti is a library of research-based guided mindfulness sessions that helps children and their adults calm their minds, focus their attention, and connect to the world around them. Use Mind Yeti in the morning for a fresh calm start to you and your child's day or in the evening when it is time to mellow down for bed. 

    GoNoodle is a website or app that has indoor exercise, breathing and guided visualization, academic themed movement videos, guided dance, and lots of silly fun too. 

    Coping Skills for Kids!

    Click on the links below for coping strategies for calming down, anger management, etc.

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    Hot Chocolate Talk 

    The link above is a resource to help families talk with their children about child sexual abuse. Families may be spending a lot more time together during school closures, which makes this an opportune time to have these difficult, but very important conversations.

     

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    Parenteen Connect

    Click the link above to learn more about how to connect with your teen. Parenteen Connect is a resource that provides an online experience you can share together with your child. It's loaded with videos and useful advice to help teens and the adults in their lives address hot-button topics.

     

     

    **If you are in need of internet access and would like more information, click here.**

     

    The What if List for Families!

    Please go on this link for information regarding immediate help (runaway, crisis hotline, police & sheriff's departments, suicide hotline, etc.), medical services, basic needs (food, housing, shelters, etc.), employment, childcare, transportation, counseling services, and substance abuse. 

     

    If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at (209) 468-8686, National Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (or text 741741), Teen Hotline at 310-855-4673 (or text 839863), or call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room/hospital.