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Community Mental Health

Please click here for a list of Community Mental Health Resources 

Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Program: AB2246 requires Districts to have a Suicide Prevention curriculum in 7th, 9th, and 11th grades. 45-minute class period lessons will be presented by our school counselors to all 7th graders . Resources for support and education will also be provided to Stone Valley Staff . More information will come in regards to class presentations.

 

Parent Resources available here: 

 

Helping Young People Who Self Injure 

 

Risk Factors and Warning Signs 

 

Youth Suicide: Populations at an Elevated Risk

 

Mental Health Resources

Counseling/Psychological Support

Counseling Services:

  • Discovery Counseling Center - (925) 837-0506 

              http://www.discoveryctr.net

  • Hope Hospice - (925) 829-8770 

              www.hopehospice.com

  • Cancer Support Community - (925) 933-0107

              http://www.cancersupportcommunity.net

  • The Parent Project - (800) 372-8882

              http://www.parentproject.com

Community Resources: 

 Contra Costa Crisis Hotline:  

  •       Family Stress Center - (925) 827-0212
  •     Talk Line Family Support Center - (415) 441-5437
  •     California Youth Crisis Line - (800) 843-5200
  •     Suicide Hotline- 800-SUICIDE - (800) 784-2544

Parenting Tips

Common Sense Media

"Surviving Parenthood Directory" 

CYBERBULLYING:

TIPS FROM THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS ON PROTECTING YOUR KIDS ONLINE:

  • Keep computers in easily  viewable places, such as family room or kitchen.
  • Talk regularly with your children about the online activities in which they are involved and Internet etiquette in general.  Children should know the rule that many adults have learned: Do not say online what you would not say in person.
  • Encourage children to be self protective.  Anything they say on Internet or in phone text messages can be shared with others and misused.
  • Be specific about the risks of cyber-bullying and their need to tell you if something that bothers them occurs.
  • Respect for adolescents’ privacy is important. But tell children that you might review their online communications if you have reason for concern.
  • Be aware of warning signs that might indicate your son or daughter is being bullied, such as reluctance to use the computer, a change in the child’s behavior and mood, or reluctance to go to school.
  • Document any bullying.
  • Be equally alert to the possibility that your child could be bullying others online, even if unintentionally.
  • File a complaint with the Web site, Internet service provider or cell-phone company if you learn of problematic behavior.
  • Contact police if the cyber-bullying includes threats.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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