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    We are Passionate Public Speakers, Lifelong Youth Educators, Teacher Supporters & PBIS team members advocating for the academic, behavioral and social/emotional needs of all students! Menu of Services (english/spanish)  


     


  • We as a counseling staff want you all to know:

    That we are here for you, and are available during school hours Monday-Friday (7:55 am-2:30 pm).

    Our names are: 

    Mrs. Hooks MA, PPS, PCC

    (Grade levels K-4) thooks@stocktonusd.org 

    Instagram: Madisoncounselors2939

     


    Ms. Caligiuri PPS

    (Grade levels 5th-8th) kcaligiuri@stocktonusd.org 

    Instagram: Madisoncounselors2939


    Madison School Based Mental Health Clinician 

    Amanda Munoz AMFT#101948

    Mental Health Clinician

    apmunoz@stocktonusd.net

    District Cell #: (209)-662-5627

    SUSD COVID19 Helpline: (209)933-7111

     

     Ms. Amanda Munoz

    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


    If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact one of the following numbers:

    San Joaquin County Hotline: 1-209-468-8686

    National Suicide Lifeline: call 1-800-273-8255 or text 741741

    Teen Suicide Lifeline: call 310-855-4673 or text 839863

    Emergency Services: 911


     


  • If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at 1-209-468-8686, National Lifeline at 988. Lifeline

    988 is now active across the United States. This new, shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room / hospital.

    **Virtual services via email, audio, and video conferencing are not secure for personal issues and pose confidentiality issues.