Student Mental Wellness Resources


We understand all of there are a lot of concerns and questions during these difficult times.

It’s important to know that it is normal to feel anxiety and know that everyone will react in their own way. If it’s more than you can handle, please reach out for help.

Our new Virtual Calming Room is a place for students and families to find healing tools and strategies for managing emotions and feelings. 

Sacramento County has a service for youth under 21 and their caregivers that can help you. You can call 916-SUPPORT, or go online at to be connected 24/7 to mental health resources, including online or over the phone resources. 

If you or anyone you know has thoughts about ending their life, please call the local suicide prevention hotline 24/7, at (916) 368-3111. The Crisis Text line is also available – text HOME to 741741. 

Student Support Services & Foster Youth staff are also here to support you and your family during this stressful time. Caring for our physical and mental health contributes to our overall sense of well-being. If you need a listening ear or support with resources – please reach out to the district-wide Connect Center or your school-sites Student Support Center for support. If you are a Resource Parent - please reach out to Foster Youth Services for support.

You can also find additional resources on our Health Resources page.