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If You Need Further Assistance

If your child is experiencing life-threatening distress:
Call 911 OR
Crisis support is available:
 
Text Crisis Line………………………………………………………………….Text HOME to 741-741
California Youth Crisis Line ……………………………………………….1-800-843-5200
Call or walk in to Fresno County Exodus Children’s Mental Health (559) 453-1008 -- 4411 E Kings Canyon Rd Fresno 93702 (Open 24 hrs, 7 days a week)
Need To Talk?
For Non-Crisis Emotional Support Call 600-WARM (9276) or 224-2469

Need HELP for yourself or a friend? 

 

Click on the picture and fill out the form:

(You can add your name or be anonymous.)


Hi, I'm Julie Barrett, Mental Health Support Provider at Clovis North Educational Center

For further assistance email [email protected]

Please click here for further assistance. 

Are You A Parent?
 
The National Parent Helpline® is here for you and is open to parents and caregivers of children and youth of all ages.  https://www.nationalparenthelpline.org/find-support
1-855-4A PARENT (1-855-427-2736)
A trained National Parent Helpline® Advocate is ready to:
  • listen to you
  • offer emotional support
  • help you problem-solve
  • support you in creating your own solutions
  • encourage you to take care of yourself
  • work with you to get connected to local services
  • explore new resources for your family
  • help you build on your own strengths and continue to be a great parent!
 
HOURS OF OPERATION:
 Monday through Friday
 10:00 AM PST to 7:00 PM PST

Emotional Support During Online Learning

 
What is CSI
 
 
 
 
Throughout the school year at CLOVIS NORTH EDUCATIONAL CENTER, students can participate in a peer support group, as groups are available and student needs are identified.  These voluntary educational support groups are a part of our district wide CSI-Clovis Support and Intervention Program.

The goals of these groups are to increase students’ confidence, decision-making  skills, listening and communication skills and problem solving strategies. By building these personal skills and providing support, students will be better equipped to effectively cope with peer pressures, school related stress and other issues of concern.

These confidential groups meet weekly and are scheduled during one class period or lunch for 8 consecutive sessions. Groups are considered a school activity, so participating students will not be counted as absent.  However, students are expected to be responsible and make up any missed class assignments through arrangements with their teacher.

Facilitators are specially trained and CSI/SAP Certified teachers and staff in our district.

If you would like any further information or have any questions, feel free to contact your child’s teacher, school personnel or the CSI Site Coordinator.

Granite Ridge Coordinator – Nicole Torres: [email protected]

Clovis North Coordinator – Laura Quall: [email protected]
 
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