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URGENT MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
Help for Students in Crisis California Department of Education's list of crisis lines and resources
Solano County Mental Health Crisis Services (707)421-1131 (24-7 crisis services)
Solano County Mental Health New Services (800) 547-0495 (new services)
Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255 Ayuda En Español (888) 628-9454
The Crisis Text Line Text “HOME” to 741741 (in the US), you will receive an automated text message that asks more about your crisis.
The Peer-Run Warm Line (855) 845-7415 (24-7 peer run non-emergency emotional support)
Free smartphones for those who qualify: truconnect
Our SCOE school psychologists are available to provide support to students during this challenging time. Please contact your child’s teacher to connect you with the school psychologist or call 707-399-4867.
Virtual Addiction Recovery Resources
Safer Drug Use During COVID-19
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100 Coping Strategies100 Free Worksheets Related to Social-Emotional Skills
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
RESOURCES TO SUPPORT SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL WELLNESS & COPINGTALKING TO CHILDREN ABOUT COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) A PARENT RESOURCEHELPING HOMEBOUND CHILDREN DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAKBUILDING RESILIENCY: HELPING CHILDREN LEARN TO WEATHER TOUGH TIMES THE PANDEMIC TOOLKIT PARENTS NEED