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Center Joint Unified School District

Mental Health Support Contacts:

Care Solace: 
FREE mental health and substance abuse referral system for students, staff, and staff family members.
Care Solace’s team is available 24/7/365 and can support you in any language.
If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:
Call 888-515-0595 (available 24/7/365)
Search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone via
www.caresolace.com/cjusd
 
Suicide Prevention Awareness
Suicide Prevention
 
Mental Health Access
(916) 875-1055
Access is still operational and able to process mental health referrals, Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
 
California Parent & Youth Helpline: Call, Text, Chat, and Join an Online Parenting Group for Emotional Support. 
1-855-427-2736
 
Consumer-Operated Warm Line: (916) 366-4668
 
Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic: (916) 520-2460
Clients will be expected to complete a brief screening in the courtyard prior to entering the facility. If the client shows symptoms of COVID-19, they will be re-directed to a medical facility. Limited non-staff individuals are currently being allowed inside MHUCC at any given time. 
 
Local 24-Hour Suicide Prevention Hotline: (916) 368-3111
 
 
The Source: Staff are ready 24/7 to respond to youth and caregiver needs by phone, text or video chat.  If there is an emergency situation that cannot be addressed via phone or video, the Source will assess if an in-person service is appropriate or engage 911.  
o   Note there is chat option.
(916) SUPPORT –> (916) 787-7678
 
Sacramento Children’s Home Nurturing Parenting Program: The Nurturing Parenting Program is evidence-based and designed to build strong, healthy bonds between parents and their children. The program curriculum provides parents with effective behavior management tools and encourages the development of healthy parent-child relationships, so that families may face their unique challenges together. The program can be used in-home or at group sessions for children of all ages.
For more information: Gail Russell at 916-290-8108

Student & Family Support Services

The Student & Family Support Services Office serves STUDENTS, FAMILIES, and SCHOOLS throughout all

of the Center Joint Unified School District.

GET IN TOUCH

Our office is located at the

CJUSD District Annex

3243 Center Court Lane (located at the end of the road) 

916-338-6387

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NEW RESOURCES & UPCOMING EVENTS

 

The CJUSD Back-to-School Resource Fair on Wednesday, July 27 from 4:00-6:00 PM at the DO Annex. We'll have food, vendors/community agencies with a ton of resources, raffles, activities for the kiddos, and so much more. We're excited to bring our CJUSD community together for this fun experience! CJUSD students, families, and staff are all welcome! We want to see you on July 27!

 
Resource Fair Flyer 2022
 
 

Additionally, to help ensure every student who attends the event receives a backpack and school supplies, the CJUSD is seeking donations through a backpack and school supply drive (bike helmets, too). Interested community members who want to donate, can drop off new items at the locations listed on the flyer.  Look for the CJUSD donation box. CJUSD is appreciative of all the partnerships that are making this event possible!

 
Backpack Drop off
 
 
Mission

Mission

The mission of the Center Joint Unified School District Student & Family Support Services Office is to help eliminate barriers to school success and help ensure a positive outcome for every CJUSD student by serving and supporting students, families, and schools through equitable services, resources, and referrals that are integrated, comprehensive, and responsive to the identified needs.

Vision

Vision

By working in partnership with state and community agencies and the school community, the Student & Family Support Services Office will be a viable and sustainable resource of equitable support and services meeting the needs of students, families, and schools, by connecting students and families to relevant services, resources, support, and referrals.

The Student & Family Support Services Office will collaborate with the school community to facilitate and coordinate appropriate and equitable supports and services for all students; share best practices, provide technical assistance and trainings involving the education of Foster Children and Youth and Students Experiencing Homelessness; and provide program support focused on social-emotional and mental well-being, strengthening school climate and culture, and educational enhancement opportunities.

PROGRAMS & SERVICES CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THE PAGE LINKS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS WEBPAGE.
 

PROGRAMS & SERVICES CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THE PAGE LINKS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS WEBPAGE.
 

DEPARTMENT Staff

DEPARTMENT Staff

Ryan Miranda
Coordinator and District Homeless and Foster Youth Liaison
Center Joint Unified School District
916-338-6387 
 
Marisa DiGiordano
Office Assistant
Center Joint Unified School District
 
Julia Jackson
Student and Family Support Assistant 
Center Joint Unified School District
 
Abigail Armienta
Student and Family Support Assistant 
Center Joint Unified School District