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    FSD Mental Health Help-Line
    The Fullerton School District is committed to supporting the Mental Health needs of our students and families. If your student is feeling isolated and withdrawn during this time of social distancing, anxious about the health of loved ones, or stressed by the disruption in their daily routine, they may benefit from speaking to one of our District counseling staff. An on-call mental health coordinator is available to link your student to a trusted professional or provide referrals for additional family resources and supports. Please call: 714-485-9940 for non-emergency or Mental Health Referrals between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.
     
    Fullerton School District offers a variety of mental health services and resources for students and families who may require emotional support due to, but not limited to suicidal ideation, changes in the family, mental health challenges, grief, loss, or trauma.  Our school site specialist team is trained in providing the following supports and ongoing counseling interventions in the areas of:
    1. School-based Counseling (Individual/Group)
    2. Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)
    3. Threat Assessment (Suicidal Ideation or Violence Prevention)
    4. Crisis Response (Traumatic event within the school or community)
    5. Referrals to community resources
    Accessing Mental Health Resources:
    School Level:  School Psychologist, Mental Health Associate, School Counselor, Principal
    District Level:  Student Support Services at (714) 447-7500 ask for the Mental Health Coordinator

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