College Acceptance
May is Mental Health Month

e-Connections Post

Dear SCUSD Families:

This time of life for a high school senior can be both exciting and overwhelming. Along with social events and graduation, there are the unknowns and adventures of life after high school. If your child chose to pursue higher education, they may or may not have received an acceptance letter from their college of choice. Throughout our lives we will all experience celebrations and joys alongside frustrations and disappointments, and we can work together to help each other cope with challenges.

In addition, if you would like assistance finding a mental health care provider, contact Care Solace, a complimentary and confidential mental health care coordination service provided by Sacramento City Unified School District:

Call 888-515-0595. Support is available 24/7/365 in any language.

Visit www.caresolace.com/saccityusd and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.

Care Solace will ask you a few questions to get started and then they will navigate the mental health care system on your behalf and find providers in our community matched to your child’s needs. Once they begin attending appointments, your provider will work with your child through the challenges they are facing, help identify possible behavioral changes, encourage them to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and support them as they work towards their goals.

We hope these resources help our senior students navigate this new chapter of their lives! As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out if in need of support.