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Social Emotional Resources

If you are worried about a friend or need help yourself, go to an adult on campus like your counselor or teacher or coach.
Socorro ISD teams up with Care Solace for mental health care coordination  services
Care Solace is a confidential, online resource with a 24/7 live, multilingual concierge service meant to assist individuals in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services.
Recommended reading and listening for students interested in exploring specific emotional, mental health, and social matters.
All books can be accessed online using Sora, the SDUHSD eBook and audiobook program.
Talking points for a school-life balance plan: 
Establish Connection ~ Develop Awareness ~ Take Responsibility ~ Extend your Reach!
San Dieguito Union High School District Board of Trustees recognizes that students and staff have the right to a safe and secure campus where they are free from physical and psychological harm. Find resources for bullying prevention, online safety, personal safety, and more.
A collection of community resources related to food & nutrition, housing, support for foster youth families, health, internet & communication, academics, and more.
Emotional resources are those assets and skills within ourselves that we can rely on to take care of ourselves. Social resources are those support systems, other people, institutions and professionals that we may rely on to help us in times of need. These are resources from outside of SDUHSD that can help to guide your response or help you to find further support. 
Request for Student Records from a School or Program
La Oficina de Educación del Condado de San Diego Centro Recursos de Salud Mental 
Unidad de Bienestar Estudiantil y Cultura Escolar
Suicide rarely happens without warning. As a peer, you may be in the best position to recognize when a friend might need help and help them get it. You may see signs in person, hear about them secondhand, or see them online in social media. Never ignore these signs.
SPW 2021 - Social Media: Know the Signs (images)
Every person and organization in California can play a role in suicide prevention by knowing the signs of suicide, finding the words to support a friend or family member, and by reaching out to and promoting local and national resources. The Know the Signs (KTS) campaign provides effective ways and tools to promote suicide prevention across California communities.
This Virtual Calm Room space was created to serve as a break and to help you find new ways to manage emotions and build your resilience. These resources will hopefully bring you calmness and reset your mind and body when it gets stressful.


External links are provided purely as resources for educational purposes and SDUHSD does not endorse any specific external agencies/services. These resources do not replace the need for medical or psychological intervention. If you are in need of more help, please reach out to a counselor or medical or mental health professional. If you need immediate help, text TALK to 38255 to anonymously speak with a trained counselor 24/7 or visit these immediate 24/7 Support Resources.