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If you are thinking about harming yourself or attempting suicide, tell someone who can help right away.
- Call 911 for emergency services.
- Go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
- Ask a family member or friend to help you make these calls or take you to the hospital.
If you have lost a loved one to suicide, visit Alliance of Hope to find support resources.
If you are grieving the death of a loved one who served, you can contact the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) at 800-959-8277.
For student health concerns, please contact our Head School Nurse:
Eleanor Pe, FNP, MSN, RN, SNSC, Office: (858)678-2036, E-mail: email@example.com
For mental health resources and referrals please contact our School Social Worker:
Alexandra Montano, Office: (858)678-4715, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For general student resources and referrals please contact our Administrator of Special Instructional Services:
Stephanie Starr, Office: (858) 678-4818, E-mail: email@example.com
Help, Hotlines, and Crises Intervention
If you notice any of the behaviors noted on this website/page, contact the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 for specialized victim services referrals or to report the situation.
StopBullying.gov: A national organization dedicated to stop bullying on all fronts. Includes a “Get Help Now” section.
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center: Bullying prevention and support.
Stomp Out Bullying: A national organization working toward bullying prevention. Includes a “Get Help Now” section and hotline.
DATING/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE:
Healthy Relationship Quiz: LoveIsRespect.Org. Is your significant other treating you with respect? Does your relationship show signs of abusive behavior? Check with this helpful quiz.
Are You a Good Boyfriend or Girlfriend? Quiz: LoveIsRespect.Org. Are you a caring and supportive partner? Check your behavior with this quiz.
TheHotline.Org: Find immediate help for dating or domestic abuse.
Love is Respect: Information about dating violence/abuse, as well as immediate help and support.
That’sNotCool.com: Support and forums for and by teens about dating, good communication, and respect.
Information for Teens: WomensLaw.Org. Understand what teen dating violence can look like, how to help a friend, and how to find help for yourself.
San Diego Domestic Violence Council: Find help locally.
Becky’s House with YWCA San Diego: Find immediate help and shelter to escape domestic abuse. Includes a 24-Hour hotline to get help now.
Victim Resources for Domestic Violence: San Diego Police Department. The SDPD shows what your options are regarding finding legal help, pressing criminal charges, and staying safe from an abuser.
Center for Community Solutions –San Diego: Support and treatment for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as resources for prevention. Includes section for getting help now.
Pandora’s Project: For teen survivors of rape & sexual abuse.
RAINN – Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: Includes hotline and resources for getting help now.
Bulletins for Teens: Sexual Assault: National Center for Victims of Crime. Information about sexual assault, including how to get help for you or a friend.
SASS – Sexual Assault Support Services: Includes a 24-Hour hotline, how to get help for you or a friend, and support resources.
DEPRESSION, SELF-HARM, AND SUICIDE PREVENTION:
“4 Facts About Teen Depression and How Parents Can Help”: PsychCentral. Learn what parents and other trusted adults can do for teens with depression
“5 Ways to Fight Depression”: TeensHealth.Org. Learn basic strategies for managing mild depression.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 24-Hour hotline and help.
Preventing Youth Suicide – Tips for Parents and Educators: National Association of School Psychologists. Understand warning signs and how to address depression/suicide in a conversation with teens.
Teen Depression: A Guide for Teenagers: HelpGuide.Org. How to help yourself or a friend.
SAFE Alternatives – Self-Abuse Finally Ends: Resources and support to end self-harm.
NEDA – National Eating Disorders Association: Find help and support for eating disorders, as well as educational resources.
EDRC – Eating Disorders Resource Center: Educational resources about eating disorders.
“Eating Disorders”: NIMH – National Institute of Mental Health. Information about signs, symptoms, treatment, and support.
ANAD: National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. Includes a helpline and a section for getting help now, as well as educational materials.
LGBTQIA RESOURCES AND SUPPORT FOR TEENS:
Matthew’s Place: An online community by and for LGBTQ youth.
Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network: A national organization dedicated to improving the lives of LGBT students in all school systems.
The Trevor Project: Dedicated to crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBT teens. Includes 24-Hour hotline.
PFLAG- Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays: Support, education, and resources for LGBT teens and their allies.
LA County Substance Abuse Prevention and Control
Orange County Behavioral Health – Alcohol & Drug Abuse Outpatient Clinics
Riverside County Substance Abuse Program
San Bernardino County – Alchohol and Drug Service Providers List (pdf)
San Bernardino County Alcohol and Drug Services
San Diego County Alcohol and Drug Services
The Partnership at Drugfree.Org: How to prevent drug use, intervene, and find support.
NIDA for Teens – National Institute on Drug Abuse: Learn more about the influence of drugs on your body, and find educational resources for parents and educators.
WOMEN’S HEALTH, PREGNANCY, AND TEEN PARENTING:
Teen Options at San Diego Youth Services: Services for pregnant and parenting teens.
San Diego Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting Program (SANDAPP): Learn about how to be an effective parent from a San Diego Unified School District parenting program.
California Pregnant and Parenting Youth Guide
The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
StayTeen.org: Resources for teens, including help for dating violence, pregnancy prevention, and healthy relationships.