Resources for Families
Do you need additional services or resources in our community?
Hospice of San Joaquin offers several teen and children grief support programs. These programs are specialized to open communication channels that allow specialized support to those in need. To reach the bereavement department, call: 209-957-3888. They will be able to inform you of the current services they are offering.
Services are offered for children of all ages as well as adults.
San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services
Do you have Medi-Cal for your medical insurance and do not know where to start to find mental health services for your children? Click below to view the PDF for Children and Youth Services available.
Would you like more information on our county's services? Check out this Mental Health Matters pamphlet. There is a lot of valuable information in it.
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#StocktonStrong is fueled by private, public, and civic leadership to facilitate the flow of accurate information and ensure an agile, resilient, and collaborative response to COVID-19 in our community. They will provide you with sources for resources.
"What If" Lists
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The "What If" list documents for Families and Teens are below. These documents are resources for a variety of services that you and/or your family may need at this time.
This document is in English and Spanish.
How can we help our children during this time of uncertainty?Please email Ms. Neely if you have any questions.
In the time of COVID-19, we all, including our children, may experience trauma from what is happening in our community and all over the world. Trauma is any experience that causes stress for the person. This is different for everyone. Here is a PowerPoint created by Ms. Neely regarding Understanding Childhood Stress and how to help our children.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at 1-209-468-8686, National Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (or text: 741741), Teen Hotline at 310-855-4673 (or text: 839863), call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room / hospital.