Mental Health and Wellness Hub

Empowering Minds, Supporting Wellness

Your mental health matters to us.


Crisis Text Line

Free 24/7 support at your fingertips.
Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a volunteer Crisis Counselor

Teen Line

Teen Line's highly trained teen listeners provide support, resources, and hope to any teen who is struggling.
Call 800-852-8336 Nationwide (6 p.m. to 10 p.m. PST)
Text TEEN to 839863 (6 p.m. to 9 p.m. PST)

Trans LifeLine (8 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day)

Staffed by transgender people for transgender people in a crisis
(877) 565-8860


1 (800) 604-5841
Open to anyone, but designed for Black, Black LGBTQIA+, Brown, American Indian, and Muslim communities.

The Trevor Project

TrevorLifeline: 1-866-488-7386
Text TREVOR to 1-202-304-1200
TrevorChat: Via


For those times when you feel stressed, anxious, depressed, or worried — you’re not alone- CalHOPE can help.
Live Chat on website or call (833) 317 –HOPE (4673)

CA Youth Crisis Line

Call or text 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

Welcome to our Mental Health and Wellness Hub! Below is a collection of resources that we hope you find helpful in supporting your mental health and wellness needs. This is a safe space for you to find out more about concerns or situations you might be experiencing.  

Each Resource Center serves as an information hub for available school-based mental health supports.  You may contact your student’s teacher or assigned counselor and inquire about those supports available. We are here for you! 

If you are thinking about harming yourself or attempting suicide:

– Call 911 if you’re in immediate danger.

– Call 988, the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, for free and confidential support.  

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At Altus Schools, we have developed a comprehensive mental health program that consists of several elements designed to support students directly and build staff capacity to create safe and supportive learning environments that are trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and that connect students and families to appropriate resources. Highlights of our mental health program include (1) teachers who are specially trained in suicide screening, trauma-informed practices, human trafficking prevention, and socio-emotional learning; (2) strategic partnerships with community organizations to provide mental health services; (3) a team of school nurses; (4) a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; (5) a Healthy Youth Department that coordinates student webinars and professional learning to support students’ mental health and wellness; (6) student webinars with socio-emotional learning through our Resilience in Students and Education (RISE) series; (7) suicide prevention, intervention and postvention protocols; (8) tools for connecting students and families to information resources; (9) parent/guardian webinars through our Family Learning Series on student mental health, wellness, and community resources; and (10) administration of special programs and coordination of services for identified student groups.