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Mental Health Supports for Oak Grove Students

Oak Grove School District offers free mental health resources for students and families enrolled in our schools.  Each school site has a team of mental health professionals who can support your child with regard to mental health and social-emotional well being.  If you need assistance please fill our the referral form below and email it to Kristina Borrego our School Linked Services Community Liaison who will guide the process for getting your child the support they need. If you need immediate assistance please contact:
 

County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health
Provides a 24/7 centralized entry point for individuals seeking behavioral health services in Santa Clara County. Phone: (800) 704-0900

Crisis Text Line: TextRENEW to 741741

Suicide and Crisis Hotline 24/7
Phone: (855) 278-4204

Network of Care
Provides 24/7 mental health referrals for children ages 0-5 and their families.
Phone: (800) 704-0900

Uplift Family Services Mobile Crisis Program
A team provides 24-hour intervention to children and teens in the community who are in acute psychological crisis.
Phone: (408) 379-9085

 

In partnership with Governor Newsom, Parents Anonymous® Inc. recently launched the California Parent & Youth Helpline and Online Parents Anonymous® Support Groups in response to the Coronavirus to provide free trauma-informed, evidenced-based emotional support to Parents, Children and Youth in any language via calls, text, live chat and email. The California Parents & Youth Helpline operates 7 days a week from 8:00AM-8:00PM. Parents can Join a Weekly Online Support Group NOW through the website: caparentyouthhelpline.org. In this confidential setting, Parents address their underlying emotions and build resiliency to strengthen their family.

 

 

The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) is the largest statewide survey of resiliency, protective factors, and risk behaviors in the nation. Across California, the CHKS has led to a better understanding of the relationship between students’ health behaviors and academic performance and is frequently cited by state policymakers and the media as a critical component of school improvement efforts to help guide the development of more effective health, prevention, and youth development programs. It can be easily customized to meet local needs, interests, and standards, and provides a means to confidentially obtain data on student knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions about the topics it covers.

For more information
 
 
 
 
California Healthy Kids Survey Preview