Mental HealthProvides strategies, resources, and training in psychological and mental health issues, including coping with tragedy, crisis intervention and prevention, school psychology and suicide prevention.
Mental health services in schools include a broad range of services, settings, and strategies.
Model Youth Suicide Prevention Policy (DOC)
This sample policy document is meant to serve as a model for local educational agencies (LEA). Following the passage of Assembly Bill 2246 (Chapter 642, Statutes of 2016), LEAs that serve pupils in grades seven to twelve, inclusive, must adopt a policy on pupil suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention before the beginning of the 2017-18 school year.
Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup
The Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup will assess the current mental health needs of California students and gather evidence to support its policy recommendations to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the California Legislature.
A project to promote mental health awareness and wellness among California's kindergarten through twelfth grade students.
Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)
The California Department of Health Care Services is the primary resource for accessing information about the Act, including updates and activities related to local planning efforts.
- MHSA Email Subscription
- MHSA County Coordinators
- Mental Health Services Act - CalEdFacts
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Supporting Resilience in Schools
Provides information and resources for educators, parents, and communities working with those who have experienced trauma.
Resources for psychological and mental health issues, including coping with tragedy, crisis intervention and prevention, school psychology, and suicide prevention.